How To Recover Deleted Files From Android Devices Without Root
Did you know that you can easily recover data from your Android device even after it’s been deleted? And without having to root that device? Well, you can, and the process for completing this task isn’t as hard as you may think.
There are many reasons why you might need help with Android data recovery. Sometimes you may accidentally delete something off your device and you want to get it back. Maybe someone else got a hold of your device briefly and deleted things you didn’t want gone. Or, maybe you had to do a wipe on your device and forgot to backup your data first. Whatever the reason, there are things you can do to get that data back.
You do need a little bit of help though. And that’s where iMobie’s DroidKit software for your PC or Mac comes in. DroidKit is actually an all-in-one solution for doing numerous things with your Android device. From recovering deleted data and files, to unlocking devices, and even fixing system issues. You can read all about what DroidKit is capable of by clicking here.
In this article, we’ll be focusing on how you can use DroidKit’s data recovery feature. So, let’s just jump into it. First things first though, you’ll need to go to iMobie’s product home page and grab DroidKit so you can start the Android data recovery process.
How iMobie’s DroidKit recovers lost data on your Android device
There are two different methods for recovering lost or deleted data from your Android device. And each one is specifically tailored to a certain type of need. Depending on what your needs are, you can choose one of these two main types of Android data recovery methods.
The first method is called Quick Recovery from device. And is aimed at giving you a fast solution for getting back important data that you may not have current access to. This particular method does not require your device to be rooted. It supports a wide variety of devices, but it’s more limited in what it can actually recover.
The second method is called Deep Recovery from device. As the name suggests, this method of getting back your lost files will take more time to complete. This method however does require a rooted device. Having said that, it finds a lot more data than the quick method. It also supports a wide variety of devices.
Additional Recovery methods
Aside from the two main methods of recovering lost data on your Android device, there are two additional methods to trying to retrieve some of these important lost files.
One of those is the WhatsApp recovery. This focuses mostly on pulling data from WhatsApp, and can include things like text, documents, images and more. It even includes full messages and contacts. So you don’t lose a contact that you might need to have.
The last recovery method is the option to recover data from the micro SD card that you may have in your device. Provided you use a device that has a micro SD card slot and you had one in there with data stored on it. Much like the other three methods, you can use this method to recover everything from images to messages. And leave no stone unturned.
No matter how you choose to recover data from your Android device, iMobie’s DroidKit is the tool that can help you get it done without the sometimes lengthy and complicated process of rooting your device. This software makes things as simple as can be and can definitely be of help for Android data recovery and a handful of other things.