How to Use Android Data Recovery Pro
Android Data Recovery Pro is the perfect data recovery software to help you recover deleted or lost data, including contacts, call history, SMS text messages, photos, videos, music, documents and other files, from any Android devices. Here is the step-by-step user guide to show you how to recover data from Android with this software.
Before starting, you need to download Tenoreshare Android Data Recovery Pro first and install it on your PC. Then follow the guide below to recover data from Android.
You need to allow the Android Data Recovery to detect your Android device first. You can connect your devices either via Wi-Fi or USB cables by following the instructions on the primary window.
Android Data Recovery conveniently allows you to connect your device via Wi-Fi network. Follow easy steps below to continue.
Step 1: Open Android Data Recovery App on Your Device
Download Tenorshare Android Data Recovery app from Google Play and run it on your Android phone.
Note: If you can't download the Android Data Recovery app from Google Play, you can download the APK manually and install it all by yourself. It's easy to be done. Take the article How to Install APK on Android Phone and Tablet for reference.
Step 2: Click "Scan QR Code to Connect" Button
Tap "Scan QR Code to Connect" in Android Data Recovery app on your Android phone.
Step 3: Scan the QR Code to Get Connected
Hold your Android phone to scan the QR code on the primary interface of Android Data Recovery Pro.
You also can simply connect your Android phone to PC with a USB cable. Follow the steps below to continue.
Step 1. Connect Your Android Device to PC.
Double-click to run Android Data Recovery, and Select "USB Connection". Connect your Android device to PC with original USB i.e. the cable that came with it. If you didn't enable the USB debugging on your device, click on "Find your device" link. If you already enable it before, the program will skip to step 5 to install driver automatically.
Step 2. Connect Detected Device
Now you will get the interface below. Click "Connect" to connect the detected device.
If this program failed to detect your device, it must be the connection issue. You will get interface below. Click on “Connect via USB cable” button if you have the USB available, or click “No USB cable” to turn to WIFi connection.
Now click on “Connection Troubleshooting Guide” to see how to fix the connection issue or click on “Connect via WiFi” to connect your phone via WiFi.
Step 3. Turn on USB storage
Tap "OK" in your device to turn on USB storage and follow wizard below to continue.
Step 4. Enable USB debugging
To recover contacts, text messages, call history, etc., you need to enable USB debugging first. Since the detailed operations vary with Android OS version, click "How to enable USB debugging" link for more details.
Step 5. Install Drive
After that, Android Data Recovery Pro will automatically start to install drive for your device.
After PC detects your Android device, click "Allow" to allow the program super user authorization when an app. Superuser Request pops up on your Android device. Then click "Next" on the program's primary interface to continue.
Then a window would pop up requiring you to choose the file types that you want to retrieve. To save time, you can only tick the file types you want to scan and uncheck those unnecessary ones. Click "Next" to proceed.
After that, there'll be a window asking you to select where to scan the lost Andorid files, eithor from system storage or external memory card. And click "Scan" to proceed.
The program will automatically start to scan lost data on your Android device (with Quick Recovery by default). After the scan, your data will be classified in category, so you can easily preview any of them.
In that case, click the "Deep Scan" button in the bottom to rescan your Android phone with Deep Recovery mode and then you'll get an interface as the picture below.
This software will automatically scans both lost and existing contacts, call history, messages, photos, videos and other documents on your Android phone. After a while, the recoverable files are listed by file types.
After preview, mark the files you want and click "Recover". Then choose a save path on your PC to save them.
As to contacts, text messages, call history, you can save them in TXT, XML, or XLS; for photos, save them in JPG, TIFF/TIF, PNG, BMP, GIF, and videos in MP4, 3GP, AVI, WMV, ASF, FLV,RM/RMVB, M4V, MOV, 3G2, SWF, MPG.
Please note that if your Android phone is unrooted, you can only recover photos, videos, music and other files inside memory card. But for rooted devices, you can recover all contacts, SMS, call history, photos and videos. So come and click to learn how to root your Android phone and tablet.