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How to recover lost data on Android (rooted or not)

Update: MobiKin Doctor for Android added

Authored by: Cory Schmidt — 3 weeks ago

We've all done it: accidentally deleted photos, videos or files by accident. But don't panic. There are ways to recover your data. Time is always of the essence though: do not save anything else to your device or switch it off. And turn off your internet connection so that no automatic updates occur before you've had a chance to recover your lost data on Android.

Sponsored: MobiKin Doctor for Android

If you want the fastest and most effective way to recover lost data on Android then the MobiKin Doctor for Android is the ticket. With just a few clicks you will have your phone numbers, email addresses, messages, holiday photos, music and much more are back in your hands.

Your data is the most valuable thing on your Android device. Few things are more precious so you should be positive that you've picked a system that will safely and securely recover your data. MobiKin Doctor for Android puts everything on your computer in its original format for controlling in one view.

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You can easily recover lost data with MobiKin. / © MobiKin

This innovative program can be used with over 2,000 Android devices from Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Sony, Asus, and so many more. You can preview the contents before you recover them so you know exactly what you're recovering. This saves you tons of time and ensures you don't lose anything.

In addition to providing you with top-notch data recovery, MobiKin Doctor for Android is a superb professional backup tool. You can scan your device and see both existing and deleted data in a single view. Then you can transfer them as necessary and you'll ensure everything is backed up.

Sponsored: FonePaw Android Data Recovery

FonePaw Android Data Recovery is able to recover lost data easily within a simple interface that you can navigate quickly. It is an effective and effortless way to recover your lost data including contacts, text messages, call logs, photos and videos on your Android device.

This high-quality data recovery program works across multiple platforms and devices. You can search through Android phones and tablets from brands like Samsung, Google Nexus, Huawei, LG, HTC, Sony and many more. Now you are able to recover all of your valuable files by downloading the FonePaw Android Data Recovery system. If you want to know more about this program, you can also go to FonePaw for more info.

Now, download FonePaw Android Data Recovery and give it a try.

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Download FonePaw Android Data Recovery now. / © FonePaw

Were you able to recover everything? Let us know in the comments.

A Minnesota native, Cory's background is in writing and editing. He received his BA from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and his MA from the University of Kansas. He joined the Android community in 2009 and is excited to be contributing at AndroidPIT.

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  • Surely, you can get your lost data back . This tips here rightly explain how to recover lost data from android phone .

  • If I haven't rooted or backed up my Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime and accidentally cleared my data for pictures, videos, and music, is there any way for me to retrieve my lost files? If so, what are my possible options? And Can I retrieve it right through my phone? Or would I need to use a computer as well? Please and thank you! I'm trying not to freak out.

  • It was really Helpful!

  • I was testing "Android Device Manager" to find my phone location from my friend's phone. But my friend had accidently pressed erase button and in a second my phone blank out. I tried many software like DrFone,FonePaw etc. but no success. Can I get at least contact information. I have no backup of data.

  • Reyn 3 weeks ago Link to comment

    Nice share.

  • We may have saved a batch of important and precious files like contacts, text messages, photos and videos on Android phone, but these files are always facing the peril of loss because of accidental deletion, device formatting, restoring the factory settings, rooting, virus infection, etc. And this article is helpful for such problems.

  • There is no need to worry about data loss on my android phone. Thx!!!

  • wqqwab 3 weeks ago Link to comment

    Thanks for sharing, yes, we can still recover lost phone data with some mobile data recovery app, and most of them are very easy to use.

  • Recover lost android phone data with an android data recovery

  • Root makes it very easy to get the deleted data back from Android.

  • There are so many options but none of them work.

  • EHP 1 month ago Link to comment

    I need help. dr.fone doesn't recognized my lenovo A7000K, is there any other option? I lost my important video files, like 40 of'em, really need help..

  • Start backing-up your devices friends and avoid paying for expensive data recovery products.

  • Gajjmki 2 months ago Link to comment

    You lost android phone data like these: mistakenly deletion of files, formatting of documents, sudden breakdown etc.

  • Lar fious 2 months ago Link to comment

    I know there are some professional Android recovery tool for you to recover almost any android phone files including photos, videos, notes, texts and more.

  • recuva is a great program. it once brought deleted files back from my sd-card wich were deleted by incident. all files recovered. good work mentioning this program in this article because it really digs files back :-))

  • McNeil 2 months ago Link to comment

    What if i have done a factory rest , can i still recover anything??? PLEASE HELP :(

  • Alex R. 2 months ago Link to comment

    Recuva from Pinform is the best guys I have been using it for years in my PC and Phone as well its really awesome guys and the best part is it comes for free

  • Menka K. 2 months ago Link to comment

    Finally, someone is here to clean this place.

  • Menka K. 2 months ago Link to comment

    Most of these tools aren't working with the Marshmallow.

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