November 3, 2015

Step By Step To Recover Lost Data and Android Files [audio,apps,video,etc]

This are The Following Steps I Used to Recover My Lost Android Files

Before you attempt recovery, make sure to turn off your cellular data / Wi-Fi connection so that nothing is updated or downloaded on your device. Also, do not switch off your device And Make Sure your Android device Is Rooted


Using a Desktop Application to recover deleted files (Recuva)

Note: This Application is only available for Windows and will only work for external storage cards (SD card).

i. Download Recuva and install it.

ii. Connect your device to a computer via a USB cord.

iii. Run Recuva and select the type of file you want to recover e.g. Music, Documents, Pictures, etc.

Recuva Desktop Application

iv. Choose the location where you want to recover data from, that is your SD Card. You can even select the specific location to attempt recovery from.

v. If it doesn’t recognise your memory card format, copy all the contents of your SD card to your computer and format it as FAT32. Then copy your files back onto your SD Card and reselect it on Recuva.

vi. Final step is to scan the selected location and watch your lost files reappear!

NOTE: Save the recovered files on your PC first before copying them back to your android device to prevent conflicts.


1. First of all, install the app from Google Play Store. It’s free to download and view recoverable files but you need to pay to actually recover the files.

Restor Type

2. Select what you want to recover: Application data (such as SMS) or deleted files (such as photos, videos, documents etc).

3. Select the storage location (Internal memory or SD Card) from which you want to recover lost data and then scan the selected location.

Once done, you will be able to view all your recoverable data by category:

  • Images
  • Audio
  • Video
  • Documents
  • Ebooks

  • 4. saving the files back to your device, requires You to upgrade to Undeleter Pro via an in-app purchase which costs $3.99. You also have the option to save to Dropbox or Google Drive.

    Follow this Below Steps For No Rooted Android Devices To Recover Lost Data[images, Audio etc..]

    Recommended: Root Your Android Devices Using Framaroot

    If you’re a rooted android device user but do not want to pay $3.99 for Undeleter Pro, you can also follow the steps below as an alternative.

    1. Install an App Called Dumpster

    Dumpster works like the recycle bin on your desktop operating system. Once installed, it will save all your deleted files for you unless you want to remove them permanently by going into the app to do that.

    Dumpster can save most common files including mp4, png, jpg, mp3, ogg, wma, pdf, doc, apk, zip and more.

    You Should Set it to automatically clean deleted items after a few days or even set specific file formats to save or ignore. The app is free to use but you can upgrade to premium for more options and to remove ads.

    Note: Dumpster can only recover the files you delete after you’ve installed the application. If you hope to recover other lost data, you can do so using the second method.

    Also Read: Transferring Files between Android and Windows PC Using WiFi Without USB Data Cable


    Important information which was deleted accidentally doesn’t have to be the end of the world. With the methods and tools described above, recovering your lost data is possible, if you follow each step carefully. Let us know how these methods work for you and don’t forget to tell us if you know any other great tools that can help recover deleted data on android device.

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