macOS Sierra Data Recovery-Recover Deleted/Lost Files on macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra
macOS Sierra is the latest version of Apple’s Mac software platform. It is the successor to OS X El Capitan and will focus on Continuity, iCloud and windowing enhancements, and support for Apple Pay and Siri. Apple renamed OS X into macOS, bringing it in line with the naming convention for its mobile and tablet operating system iOS.

macOS Sierra Data Recovery

UFUSoft macOS Sierra Data Recovery is a powerful recovery tool for macOS users. It can recover documents, photos, music and videos lost due to deletion from any HFS, HFS+, FAT, ExFAT and NTFS format based file system. Using the macOS Sierra Data Recovery made by Jihosoft, you can recover files from macOS hard drive, external hard drive, USB drive, memory card, SD card, CF card, XD Picture card, digital cameras, and more. Before recovery, the software will lets you have a preview of scanned files.

  • Recover lost photos, videos, audio and documents with their original file names
    • Recover deleted or formatted files smoothly from any storage devices
    • Support preview of scanned files and selective file recovery
    • Support RAW recovery on lost volumes
    • Perform macOS file recovery on iMac, MacBook Pro, Air, Mac Mini, Mac Pro
    • Compatible with the latest macOS Sierra


Step 1: Download & Install UFUSoft Date/File Recovery for macOS Sierra

Click on the “Free Trial” button to get the latest version of macOS Sierra File Recovery Software. Then double-click the downloaded .pkg file and follow the default setup wizard to install it on your macOS Sierra.

Step 2: Select Storage Device to Scan for Recoverable Files

Click on “Refresh Drivers” and select your target storage device in the drive list. Then click the “Start Scan” button to scan for deleted or formatted photos, videos, audios, and any other documents.

Step 3: Preview and Recover Deleted Files on macOS Sierra

When scanning is completed, all the found files will be listed in the scan results. You can preview the scanned files and mark the ones you want to recover. Then click “Recover” to get them back on macOS Sierra.