How to Retrieve your Lost Data from Android Device
Most of us have encountered the situation wherein we accidentally delete the files, audio, and/or the videos. One may recover the data with the tools available on Android devices unless and until the device gets switched off or nothing else is saved post deletion, and the Internet is switched off to prevent automatic updates.
For instance, MobiKin Doctor for Android is the simple and multi-functional desktop application, which facilitates the users to scan and recover the deleted, lost or formatted data namely the contacts, messages, photos, music, videos, documents, and, etc., from all types of Android phones or tablets.
Likewise, we find various other apps for android devices that could be downloaded to retrieve the lost data. Some of them are GT Recovery, Restore Image, Chip Doctor, Deleted contacts, SMS Backup+, and, etc.
One may successfully recover the deleted phone numbers, messages, e-mail addresses, holiday photos, music and more with just a few clicks. The professional backup tool could be implemented on almost all the Android devices like HTC, Motorola, Sony, Samsung, Sony, and more. Moreover, one may preview the content to know the recovering items before hand and save time.
For the convenience of the user, the deleted or the lost data are marked in red. One may preview the contacts in detail or the text conversation before recovering, mark the one needed and restore it with a single click. The photos or the images could be viewed in a thumbnail mode which facilitates the quick finding of the targeted images or the media files.
Moving further, the apps even work as the Android backup program. Because, it scans and displays both the existing and deleted data, the required data could be transferred from the mobile device to personal computer and save the contact, call history or the messages in the form of TXT or HTML, whereas the media files could be saved in the original format. And, one may have a backup for the SMS messages regularly by downloading the SMS Backup and Restore app. Likewise, the photos may be saved by using the Google Photos app.
In a nutshell, all digital data could be recovered as long as proper guidelines are followed set by the Android App developers.
Originally published at www.androiddeveloper.co.in on July 6, 2016.