Monday, January 23, 2017

How to Recover Files from Deleted Guest Account on Android Device

My girlfriends dad borrowed our tablet. He recorded some videos using Guest account which i made for him. After he gave us back the tablet, i removed this Guest account (for safety and performance). He asked me, if i can send him his videos. So as can you see, case is important. Is there any possibility to recover files from account that was deleted and is not anymore accessible on hardware?

Guest account is convenient if you have to share your mobile device with other people temporarily. However, sometimes, tragedy like the case above may happen. Instead of regretting, it is time to figure out a solution to recover lost data and files from deleted guest account on Android device.

Actually, as long as the files are generated and saved on a mobile device, it is possible to restore them back after deletion. The key is to prevent the deleted files from being overwritten by new data, which is to say, don't save new data to your phone, especially not big size files. And then, you should find a reliable data recovery tool to undelete the files. Based on this requirement, iReparo Android Recovery is the best choice.

iReparo Android Recovery can recover contacts, text messages, call logs, photos, videos, audio, document, WhatsApp and Viber from internal memory and SD card of Android phone and tablet. Even if the data were saved on a guest account, this program can also retrieve them back. It supports most popular Android devices, including phone, tablet and phablet from Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, Nexus, Huawei, OnePlus, Lenovo, etc.


Step 1. Install and run iReparo for Android on your computer.
Step 2. Select file types for recovery.

            You can click Multimedia first to set formats filtering options for media files.

Step 3. Connect your phone or tablet to PC via a USB cable.
Step 4. Enable USB debugging on your device to help the program recognize your device.

Step 5. Scan lost files from your Android mobile device.
Step 6. Preview recoverable files, even for videos and audio.

Step 7. Select the files you need and recover them to PC.
Step 8. Open the exported folder to check recovered files.

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Android Data Recovery - How to Recover All the Data from My Android Phone

How to Recover Android Files Lost When Moving (Cut and Paste)

Experienced smartphone users always avoid using cut and paste when transferring files and data between mobile phone memory and SD card. Instead, they use copy and paste, and then delete the original files. It is common to see that unknown errors occur when moving files and finally all data lost. If this happens on you, you'll luckily find a solution to recover Android phone photos, videos and other files lost when moving.

How Are Files Lost When Moving Recoverable?
When you cut a file, it is added to clipboard and will be deleted after the moving. If an accident interrupts the moving, usually both the transferred and original files would be wiped. If you have no backup for those files, a reliable data recovery tool is definitely your last resort.

The Best Android Data Recovery Tool
iReparo Android Recovery is a professional data recovery software. It can recover lost contacts, messages, photos, videos, audio and other files from Android phone and tablet, including Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony, Huawei, Nexus, OnePlus, etc.

More features of iReparo Android Recovery

  • Recover lost files from Android device internal memory and SD card
  • Support file types and formats filtering before scanning
  • Recognize and scan data on most Android devices in short time
  • Allow full and free preview before recovery





How to Recover Android Device Files Lost When Moving (Cut and Paste)

Step 1. Install and run iReparo for Android on your computer.
Step 2. Select file types for recovery.

            You can click Multimedia first to set formats filtering options for media files.

Step 3. Connect your phone or tablet to PC via a USB cable.
Step 4. Enable USB debugging on your device to help the program recognize your device.

Step 5. Scan lost files from your Android mobile device.
Step 6. Preview recoverable files.

Step 7. Select the files you need and recover them to PC.
Step 8. Open the exported folder to check recovered files.

Related:

How to recover deleted data from Android after factory rese

Friday, January 13, 2017

How to Boot into Recovery Mode


Samsung Galaxy
Press and hold Volume up + Power + Home buttons at the same time for a few seconds.

Redmi (MIUI 8)
Step 1. On Home screen, find and tap the Tools folder.
Step 2. Tap Updater.
Step 3. Tap the three-dot menu.
Step 4. Choose Reboot to Recovery mode.
Step 5. Choose Reboot now to confirm your choice.
Please note that the bootloader of most Redmi is locked. So you'll only see a screen asking you to connect phone.

Google Nexus
Power off Google Nexus first. Press the “Volume Down” and “Volume Up, “Power” button at the same time. After you see the word “Start, press “Volume-” twice to direct “Recovery. Then press the “Power” button to access recovery mode. 

LG
Power off LG device first. Hold the “Power” and “Volume-” button at the same time. When the LG logo shows up, release the button. Immediately press “Power” and “Volume-” button again until hard reset menu shows. Then press “Power” button and LG device will boot into recovery mode.

HTC
Go to “Settings”, click “Power, and find “Fast Boot. Turn “Fast Boot” off. Then turn off HTC device. After that, hold “Volume down” and “Power” key at the same time. Keep pressing “Volume down” to enter boot loader mode. After press “Power” button, HTC device will enter into recovery mode.

Enter Recovery Mode with Apps
If none of the above methods works for your phone, you can try third-party apps, like Reboot Manager, which can reboot Android device into recovery mode easily. However, this kind of apps usually require root access.

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