How to recover deleted files from iPhone and Android Devices

By on Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Recently, we showed you how to recover deleted files from PC using Recuva. But  we are getting many mails requesting us to explain in a simple way to recover deleted files on Android devices and iPhone so, we decided to write a post on the topic of user's choice.

If  you have accidentally deleted a picture or video from your smartphone? Unfortunately it happens, but you don't have to despair. There are many solutions that allow you to recover deleted files from iphone and Android devices that can remedy even the solutions that seem more desperate.

Freak stuff? Absolutely not, they are all very easy-to-use applications. If you want to know more, take five minutes of free time and learn how to recover deleted files from iphone and Android devices with one of the solutions that I'm about to show you.Whether you have an iPhone or an Android device, you should be able to reach your goal without too much trouble.

If you want to learn how to recover deleted files from iphone and Android devices and you have an iPhone, you can rely on EaseUS Free MobiSaver. This is a free application that uses the iTunes backup to recover accidentally deleted files from the iPhone and other Apple mobile devices. To use it, you must have the latest version of iTunes on your computer, with at least one backup.

To download EaseUS Free MobiSaver on your computer, go to the program's website and click on the Download button. When the download completes open, double-clicking on it, the file you just downloaded (ems_free.exe) and, in the window that opens, click on Yes and then click Next. Accept the terms of use of the program, putting the checkmark next to I accept the agreement and click on Next twice and then click Install and Finish to finish the installation process and launch EaseUS Free MobiSaver.

Now, to recover deleted files from your iPhone, select from the home screen of EaseUS MobiSaver the type of data to search: contacts, Photos/videos or Note/reminder. Next, click on the Start button (located in the lower right corner), connect iPhone to your computer and wait for it to be detected properly.

At this point, click Next, select the iTunes backup to be used for data search and starts scanning its contents by clicking on Next. When the operation is completed (might take a few minutes), put the check mark next to the files you want to retrieve and click Recover to choose the folder where you want to export. You will be asked to register the program with a serial number, get for free by logging in to this page and fill out the form in it.

If you have an Android phone and would like to know how to retrieve deleted files from iphone and Android devices, I suggest you take a look at the Hexamob Recovery Lite application  that is free in its basic version but to work requires a system unlock.

Once you have root on Android and installed Hexamob Recovery Lite, to use the app and recover deleted data from your phone does not need to do is to press the button Selective recovery and select the fields in the Search and Save to , respectively, the location where look for the files to be recovered (eg, the internal memory of the phone) and when save after recovery (eg the memory card inserted in your smartphone). It is not recommended to select the same path as the source and destination.

Next, press the Next button and wait for the application to scan your phone (or memory card) to search the recoverable files (this may take several minutes). When finished, select the deleted files you want to restore, and tap on Recovery to save them in the destination path. Once restored, the files recovered by Recovery Hexamob Lite are saved in section Recovered of the app.

If you prefer, you can try to recover deleted files from your smartphone even through your PC. Just use the free application Recuva setting as a unit in which to search the drive for the mobile phone. You can find a complete guide to using Recuva in my article on how to recover deleted files, but remember: deleted files are not always recoverable. If the portion of memory in which they were housed is rewritten,it becomes irrecoverable or is damaged and therefore unusable.

DOWNLOAD | EaseUS Free MobiSaver (for iPhone)

DOWNLOAD | Hexamob Recovery Lite (for Android)

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