Android Data Recovery on Windows

This Android data recovery is an incredible rtools. It allows you to retrieve Android files such as contacts, text messages, call history, photos, WhatsApp history, videos, audios, documents and restore them back to Android phones of any brand with simple steps. Moreover, it is also an Android system recovery software.
As a smart recovery tools for files, which is highly compatible with brands of Android phones and tablets, such as Sony, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, HUAWEI and so on. You just need to click several buttons, this recovery mode can easily undelete what you deleted from Android or restore the lost one. In a word, you are able to recover any important files from your Android via this ddrescue. And you can download this free programs for trial, but you should buy it if you pursue better effect.
There are more information about this recovery experts:

  1. What is Fonelab for Android?
  2. Real experience from users.
  3. What F2Fsoft Fonelab will do for you?
  4. How to recover different files on Windows?
  5. A video to show steps.

Details about Fonelab for Android.

Fonelab for Android is the best recovery software. By using this Android software, you can recover deleted text messages, photos, contacts, call history, videos, music and other lost document files from your Android phones, tablets and SD Cards with just a few clicks. When you lost things from your Android due to wrong deletion, rooting, restoring to factory setting and other accidental conditions (such as dropping you Android into water), you can find your lost and deleted projects from Android with the help of this recovery mode. In addition, you can back up and transfer your important messages, photos and files on your computer.

Situation from Android users

  1. “Jesus! I cannot help blaming myself for accidently deleting all my precious photos and videos on my Samsung Galaxy S7. I really want to undelete the photos and videos. How can I recover the deleted files from data savers on Android?”—John
  2. “What a sad thing! I was enjoying the photos taken by my Android phone. Mistakenly I pressed the ‘Delete All’button and clicked OK. How can I get them back? Your help will be pretty appreciated. Thanks!—Mary
  3. “Do you know how can I get back my lost document on my Android?” asked Richard, “I entered Settings> Application> Management application> All> Messaging. I ordered ‘Clear data’ and clicked ‘OK’. Then tragedy happened! All my things are deleted! Worse than that, I don’t have a backup. Can I undelete these deleted files on my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge?”—Richard

Have you ever met these situations like above users when losing or deleting important files accidently, like photos, videos, contacts, call logs, WhatsApp messages, audios and so on? It’s so terrible when you have no backup before. To restore your projects, we will sincerely recommend you a full-featured and flexible recovery  app for Android in this step-by-step post to help you handle this kind of problem.

The F2Fsoft Fonelab can do these for you.

Get your files in Android phone lost? Try this fast, powerful and easy ddrescue for Android. It enables you to recover the lost deleted contacts, messages, messaging attachment, call history, gallery, picture library, music, video, document on Android phones. It could get back things lost in water damage, busted part, factory settings restores, Android Phone stolen. With this recovery mode, you can get back all you lost files within minutes.

How to recover deleted files on Android

First, you should download and install this rtools to regain deleted files on Android.

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Step-by-step guide of how to recover files

Step1: Plug your Android device to computer

Launch Fonelab for Android, and connect your Android phone or tablet to computer via a USB cable. And here, we will take Motorala Moto G3 as an example.

  1. Don’t do anything about your phone.
  2. Connect well your phone to computer.

Step2: Allow USB debugging

There will be a pop-up message of allowing USB debugging on the phone/tablet. If not, you can handily turn it on.

For Android 2.3 and former versions: Tap “Settings” app > “Applications” > “Development” > “USB debugging”.

For Android 3.0 – 4.1: Navigate to “Settings” > “Developer options” > “USB debugging”.

For Android 4.2 and later versions: Choose “Settings”> “About phone”. Choose “Build number” for several times until the message of “You are under developer mode” shows. Return to “Settings” > “Developer options” > “USB Debugging”.

Step3: Select Android files to get back

When you manage to connect the device to computer, you will enter the window where you need to choose file types to recover. You are allowed to retrieve contacts, messages, call logs, pictures, videos, audios, documents, etc. Tick what you need, and then tab the button of “Next”. The software will scan the device soon.

  1. Before the scanning process, the software will ask you of the permission to scan the Android device. You need to click “Allow/Authorize/Grant” on your Android phone/tablet.
  2. If you get projects stored in your tablet, you can still use this Android software to help you get back them from tablet with this program.

Step4: Preview and recover Android files

Within moments, the scanning process will be completed. All files you select will be list in the left column. You are able to preview the files from the right window when tabbing the file type.

Too much files shown in the interface? You can slide “Only display the deleted item(s)” to “On”, so that you can fast tick the lost/deleted Android projects. When the selection is done, click the button of “Recover” and choose a destination folder. Within seconds, you will find the deleted/lost Android files will be saved on your computer.

Have you successfully recovered files from Android with this method? Hope this rtools can help you. One big update of this Android recovery is that it lets recover WhatsApp files from Android directly including WhatsApp messages, and WhatsApp attachments like WhatsApp photos and videos recovery.

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