Easy Way to Recover Lost Data from Rooted Android Phone

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"Help! I accidentally lost all contacts and photos on my Android phone. Do you know how to get them back? I have no backup, and I have rooted my Android device. Please do me a favor. Thank you!"

The first thing you need do after data loss is to keep your phone intact and stop adding new data to your device until you successfully recover lost data from rooted Android phone. In general, you can easily restore deleted files on rooted Android device with backups. While, if you haven't kept a backup, you should turn to professional data recovery program as soon as possible. In this article, I'd like to introduce you Android Data Recovery, which helps regain lost photos, videos, music, documents, text messages and contacts from your unrooted or rooted Android smart phone in a simple way.

After launching this program on your computer, it will deeply scan the internal and external memory of your Android mobile phone. Soon the entire lost files will be arranged on the menu with details. Just view and select your needed data at will. Then this software enables you to recover lost data from rooted Android phone in batches. That's quite time-saving. What's more, this Android Data Recovery can be always practical under various circumstances, such as making improper operations, getting device formatted or infected by the virus, and so on. Now you can download the free trial version to try it first. By the way, here are two versions, please choose the right one according to your computer system.

User Guide to Restore Lost Files from Rooted Android Mobile Phone

Step 1. Install and Run the Program

To begin with, install and operate this Android Data Recovery on your computer. Connect your Android mobile phone to the PC via USB and then get it detected by the program smoothly. Now you can follow the steps to enable USB debugging on your phone first. Then open USB storage on your device and hit the "Refresh" icon on the main interface. Soon your Android device can be identified by this program at once.

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" Then you may back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".

After detecting your phone, this program will thoroughly scan your mobile phone. Please be a little patient.

Step 2. Retrieve Data from Rooted Android Device

Now you can see that all deleted files are listed on the menu. Just enter the folders to view and mark your lost data. At last, hit the "Recover" icon at the top of the panel. It will pop up a window, please set the output location of your lost files on the computer. With one click on "OK", you will restore all deleted data to the targeted location on the PC within seconds.

This Android Data Recovery is very easy to operate, isn't it? Moreover, it can be compatible with all Android mobile phones, like Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, ZTE, HUAWEI, etc. If you just lost files from your rooted Android device, you can't miss it.

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Sophie Green Chief Editor

Sophie Green, Chief Editor of Samsung-messages-backup website, has been focusing on the realm of Android Recovery, Android Transfer (Backup), Android Device Tips, Phone Clean, and Phone Transfer technologies. Recognized contributions on leading platforms attest to her esteemed expertise and reliability.