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    Should you continue to have problems, please don't hesitate to contact Lexmark Technical Support Center to further diagnose the problem.

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    How to recover lost or deleted data from all Android Device


    Hello, it is not difficult to recover deleted data from an Android phone, just few steps, you can recover the lost data like contacts, messages, photos, videos, music...
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    Note: When you find out that the data is missing, stop using your phone to take photos, send messages or download songs to prevent the loss of data from being overwritten.

    Gihosoft Free Android Data Recovery, a professional Android data recovery software developed by Gihosoft Studio dedicated to helping users to recover deleted data from Samsung, Huawei, Motorola, LG, HTC, Google, OnePlus, ZTE and other Android phones effortlessly. Here in this guide, I am going to show you how to recover deleted data from Motorola via Gihosoft Free Android Data Recovery.

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    Download the free Android data recovery software from Gihosoft.com and install it on your computer, then run it. From the main interface, select the file types you want to recover from Motorola and click Next. ( This program works perfectly with both Windows and Mac platforms.)

    Step 2. Connect Motorola to PC or Mac via USB Cable

    Enable USB debugging on your Motorola phone and connect it to PC or Mac via a USB cable. Then check your phone's screen and click the Backup My Data button. Once connected, tap the Start button to scan and analyze the lost data. ( If necessary, please download the Motorola USB driver on your computer.)

    Step 3. Preview and Recover Deleted Data from Motorola

    After the scan, you are able to preview the deleted data, including contacts, messages, call logs, photos, music, videos, WhatsApp and Viber chat history from the left menu. Then check again the file types you wish to restore and tap Recover to begin the process of Motorola Android phone data recovery.

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    How to recover data from a samsung old flip phone


    Here is a guide you can follow:

    Before recovery:

    Enable USB Debugging Mode. For most phones, you can find the option on your phone through: Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging. If you can't find the option, please type "phone model + enable USB Debugging mode" in search engines to get detailed guides.

    Root your phone to get root privilege. Rooting means gaining root access to your device, so that the program gets permission to scan your phone. Since there are so many Android OS versions and phone brands, it's hard to find a single tool that can root all devices in high successful rate. Here are some commonly used root tools: iRoot, Kingo Root, oneclickroot, Root Genius, etc.

    Connect phone to computer via USB cable. Please make sure it is well connected, otherwise recovery result will be disturbed.

    Step 1: Launch Eassos Android Data Recovery software, and click "Refresh Device" to detect the device. The program will show storage devices in your phone and display internal built-in memory (internal storage) and memory card separately.

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    Step 2: Select storage device and click "Next". Then this Android data recovery software will make image and search for lost data automatically. connect-device-to-computer-l4z23du0euvv25ewe4orlrwr-4-2.png

    Step 3: After a while the image is created and the software starts to scan it and display lost files.searching-l4z23du0euvv25ewe4orlrwr-4-5.png

    Step 4: Preview files. Double-click file to open it and view its content and files like photos, video, audio, documents, etc. can be previewed.

    Step 5: Select files you want to recover and click "Recover" button to save them to a secure location. Alternatively, after selecting needed files, you can right click mouse and copy files with context menu.

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    How to restore delected files from my usb flash drive


    Hi, Even I faced the same problem. I have deleted some of the PDF file from my pen drive and luckily I could get all the files from it. I used Yodot File Recovery software and with the assistance of this software I was able to get all the PDF files. Download free trial version of the software if you want to know how to recover a PDF file. It recovers not only PDF file but also all the files present in the drive.

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    Asoftech data recovery program can recover data from formatted, lost or damaged hard drive or partition, Ghost hard drive .
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    The Computer cant open the USB Flash Drive. It said that it is not formatted so I try to Format the Flash drive via command prompt. The command prompt said "The first NTFS boot sector is unwriteable....


    It should be the file system problem. Usually a usb drive should be formatted to FAT initially instead of NTFS. Recommend you try the USB on another computer and see if the problem still occurs. If yes, then try format it from Disk Management of your computer. If you can't format, use TestDisk (also a command line tool) to fix the file system error. You can also see from this blog post to learn more about the possible reasons or solution. Regards

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    My photos were deleted are they gone permanently


    You can often successfully recover deleted photos from a PC, phone or camera memory card or USB Memory stick, it just depends on what's happened since the files were deleted.
    When you delete files the data itself isn't deleted, just the index entry that says where the data for those files is located. The space containing the deleted files is also now marked as free space so it is available to the system for any new files to be written there instead.

    If and when that happens, then it becomes too late to recover your deleted files so it is very, very important to not save any new files or data to the device concerned.
    If the deleted files are on a memory card or USB memory stick, just don't save any new files to it.

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