Data Recovery

3 Powerful Tips For Android Data Recovery Services

Are you an Android phone user? Data Recovery Services often serve well for people who have lost contacts, personal photos, videos, chat history, files and other personal information from their phone. While most major data loss issues need to be handled by an expert, here are some helpful tips for data recovery at home.

Data Recovery from a broken phone

Is your screen cracked or your phone display damaged? Is the phone booting but not displaying anything? For touch screen or display damage, you can still recover file data using the following steps:

  • Connect your broken android device to a computer using the phone USB cable.
  • If your phone connects successfully, an AutoPlay Dialog box will pop up on your computer.
  • Click on the open folder icon to access all the files on your phone.
  • Copy and paste the required data from your phone files to your computer files.

If the phone is not booting, or the Auto Display option does not pop up, you’ll need professional data recovery services to help you.

Data Recovery for Snap Chat photos

Did you accidentally delete some Snap Chat photos from your android device? Our Data Recovery Services Team has discovered that all received Snap Chat photos are saved with the “.nomedia” extension in Android Cache. This extension makes them hidden or invisible.

To recover these photos go to your File organizer (All Files) and look within the path “com.snapchat.android > cache > received_image_snaps.”

If this does not work for you, try recovering the data from your cloud back up. Many data recovery services will recommend setting up Google Drive or Dropbox as your image back up option for all apps. If you have done this already, you can log in to your cloud account and select “restore to your Android Device”.

All images saved in the last sync will be restored. Few images may be lost if they were received after your last cloud sync. If you have not set up Cloud back up, contact your local data recovery services for further guidance.

Data Recovery for Contact Information

Did you do a factory reset and lose all your Android phone contact information? Sometimes phone contact information can be lost if your device has been damaged.

Luckily, Android phones automatically back up all contact information with your Gmail account. To access this, log in to your Gmail account on a computer. On the left hand side of your screen, you will see the word Gmail written in red, above the Compose Button. Click on this – a dropdown will appear. Select Contacts from the dropdown list.

All your phone’s contacts can be found here. You can manually retrieve any phone numbers you need from this page. Once your android device gets fixed, or you buy a new android phone, Google will automatically restore your contact information from here.

If you still can’t find the contact information you need, Google may not have backed up your recently added contacts due to Internet connection issues. In this case, please contact your local data recovery services for help.

Data Recovery for deleted images

Did you take some awesome snaps from yesterday’s party, only to have them deleted today by your toddler?  One quick way to recover recently deleted images on Android is to install the Disk Digger App.

Go to your Google Play store, search for Disk Digger and install it. Open Disk Digger and select “Refresh List” to view all folders on your phone. Select the “System” folder. Then select “Scan Device” to see a list of recently deleted files. Select the images you want to recover and simply hit save to restore them to your Gallery again.

Advanced Android Data Recovery Services

Sometimes, you may lose data due to more complex issues. For example:

  • Your SD card gets corrupted due to a virus attack.
  • Your phone gets damaged due to water, chemicals or heat.
  • Internal device memory damage

Even in these scenarios, professional data recovery services can help you retrieve the lost data.

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