"Ok, I post here about losing files on my android sd card after playing around with HTC Sync. I was able to recover from a backup but still lost some files (All Picture and Video files). Is there any way to recover deleted files from Android SD card?"
Usually, we'd like to store our pictures, videos, contacts, music and other files on SD card to save more inner space on Android. But a sudden virus attack or format can cause heavy data loss. Therefore how to recover lost files from Android SD card?
In fact your missing data are still stored on your SD card until they are overwritten by new data, an Android SD Card Data Recovery can help you fully extract and scan out all deleted files from your Android device as long as SD/ Micro SD card without any quality loss. Now let's see the details.
Android SD Card Data Recover can recover contacts, messages, call history, photos, and videos from all kinds of Android device various due to various factor.
Now here is a simple tutorial guide you to recover files from Android SD card step by step. Mac users can refer to Android SD Card Data Recovery for Mac.
Launch Android SD Card Data Recovery after installing and connect your device to the computer with the original USB cable. Alternatively, you can connect your device with computer via Wi-Fi using Android SD Card Data Recovery Pro.
Follow the screen prompts to turn on USB storage and enable USB debugging. You can click here to know the detailed steps of how to do this.
Click "Allow" on your device to permit the program super user authorization when a Superuser Request pops up. Click on "Next" to select the files you want to retrieve. Finally click "Scan" to start scan.
After scanning, all your files will be displayed by categories. Choose the one you'd like to restore and click on "Recover". Finally choose a save path on PC to save them.
Within the easy 4 steps all your lost files are back. For more free Android SD card data recovery solutions, read on Top 4 Freeware to Recover Data from SD/Micro SD Card.comments powered by Disqus