"Please ROOT your Android phone before doing the recovery". Do you feel embarrassed when you attempt to recover deleted, lost, formatted photos, songs, video files, text messages, contacts and so forth. Don't bother anymore if you're reluctant to root the device. There should be an approach to complete Android data recovery without gaining root access, by which won't void the warranty.
With the development of Android data recovery technology, people are well protected from deleting files by mistake as most Android data recovery software in the market should be able to find them back. However, with one strict computer protocol, your Android phone has been rooted first.
Here come the major problems. How to root your Android device and what's the risk of rooting? People explain their worries eagerly that once their phone is rooted, the manufacturer won't take the responsibility if the set was ruined even by none human-related activities, such as hardware failure or OS errors. So what's the probable way out that we can easily do the recovery but don't root the phone? There is one approach you may have a try.
It's common to see people using micro SD card on their Android phone, as the internal memory is far below enough. Fortunately, if you lost pictures, video files, music or some other applications on the card, you can perform the recovery in all probability without gaining root access to the phone necessarily by preparing a card adapter and downloading free data recovery software on your Windows computer. So the given solution behind are only applicable to people who use Android phone with a memory card, where the lost data was stored.
Useful tip: Stop saving new files on the memory card right away when you accidentally deleted or formatted something. Take out the card, and connect it to the computer (Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista is supported) by using a card adapter. Download EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and launch it on your computer.
user guide for Android SD card data recovery with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard
Step 1. Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, first check if the software detects the SD card. Once done, select SD card location where you lost files and click "Scan".
Step 2. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard will start a quick scan to find deleted SD card files;
After the quick scan, a deep scan will automatically start to find more SD card files and data;
Step 3. Preview and restore lost SD card files;
You can preview found data by file types, select found SD Card files and click "Recover" to save them to another safe spot in PC/storage device.
This is the most likely way to rescue lost data on your Android phone without gaining the root access. To tell the truth, however, the SD card data recovery is limited and can't be extensively employed by every Android phone users. If your lost data happened to be stored on the internal memory of the phone, you can only root it and make the Android data recovery software read your phone to complete the Android phone internal storage recovery.
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