How to Recover Deleted Data from an Android Device


The data on our phones is much more important than the phone itself. You can always get a new phone if your current phone dies, but the photos and videos that you have captured and stored on it cannot be created again.
It is a good habit to keep time to time backup of your phone’s data on an external storage device or cloud storage. But accidents can happen any time and they come without a warning.
I have heard of people who had accidentally deleted thousands of photos from their phone. But I wished they would have known about Wondershare’s dr.fone – Android Data Recovery tool for android devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5.
The dr.fone – Recovery tool boasts of being one of the first data recovery tool for android powered phones and tablets. It supports all android device, which is more than 6000+ android devices. Check out the complete list of android phones supported by

The dr.fone data recovery utility is an all rounder data recovery utility that can recover photos, videos, contacts, messages, call logs and much more. The best part about the utility is, it can even extract data from broken damaged phones.

Be it an accidental deletion or an system crash, the tools comes handy for data recovery in these situation and much more.
Using dr.fone is very easy to use. Once you have connected your phone or the memory card to your PC, you can select files that you want to recover. Then tool will then scan your android device for deleted data and then preview it to verify the data in detail. You can then either select individual items or all and start the data recovery process. Once the data is recovered, you can save it on your PC.

Well if you are still not sure whether you want to purchase or not, you can go ahead and try out the trial version of the tool for 30 days. If you like what it is capable of , just go ahead and purchase it.

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