No matter how well the new HTC phones and tablets perform, data loss is inevitable. Accidental deletion, rooting, factory reset, or ROM flashing, all these can make you lose data. HTC Android Data Recovery software is specially designed for people to restore lost files, including messages, contacts, photos, and more from HTC phones and tablets. With an elegant and friendly interface, you can manage this HTC data recovery with ease.
The following chart shows all the HTC models that Android Data Recovery supports.
|HTC Desire Eye||HTC Desire 820 dual sim||HTC Desire 816||HTC One (M8/M9)||HTC Butterfly 2|
|HTC One (E8)||HTC Desire 610||HTC One mini 2||HTC One Max||HTC Butterfly|
|HTC One||HTC Butterfly S||HTC Desire 700 dual sim||HTC J||HTC One mini|
|HTC Desire 510||HTC Desire 310||HTC Desire 600||HTC One Dual||HTC Desire 616 Dual SIM|
|HTC Desire 601 Dual SIM||HTC Desire 500||HTC Desire 501||HTC Desire 300||HTC Desire 200|
|HTC Butterfly S Hello Kitty||HTC One 600c|
It also supports any other Android phones and tablets running Android 5.0 Lollipop, 4.4 and newer, Android 3.0 to 4.3, Android 2.3 or earlier.
Free download Any Android Data Recovery, and install it on your Windows OS PC (Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista.
The following are detailed steps on how to restore photos, SMS, contacts, etc from HTC with no risk, no damage to your phone or tablet. Let's check it out.
Run Android Data Recovery, and connect your HTC device to PC via a USB cable. If you haven't installed USB driver for your phone on this computer, you will get a Hardware update wizard. Just follow the instructions to do it.
Then enable USB debugging and turn on USB storage as the software screen prompts. For different versions of Android OS, follow the different instructions in the window, and click on "Next".
After PC detects your HTC device, click on "Allow" when Superuser Request pops up on your phone. Then hit "Start" on the software interface and select your file types for scanning.
After scanning, preview and select the files you need to recover. And then click on "Recover". Choose a save path on your computer to save the recovered files.
Now that you've got the lost HTC data back, you'd better form a habit of backing up HTC files. You can choose built-in HTC Backup, save files to the SD card, local PC, or a cloud-based service.
If you think Android Data Recovery helps you a lot, you are encouraged to recommend it to your friend who has also face the problem of how to recover files from HTC.comments powered by Disqus