How to Backup Data from A Broken Android?
Backing up Android data to computer have become a habit for lots of users, but sometimes, your Android device may be broken or crashed due to unknown reasons, and there is no time for you to backup data before these tragedy happens. Then, is it means you have lost data on this device forever? The answer is certainly NOT. This article is going to show you the right way to backup data from a broken Android. Simplified, it is divided into two parts:
Android users may think that the data have been gone forever when the Android screen is broken without any backup, because almost all Android backup software on the market are available only if you can enable USB debugging on the device, right? But actually, with some special tool, it is still possible to backup Android data without enabling USB debugging on the broken screen.
Here, we could like to strongly recommend Broken Android Data Extraction software for your reference. It enables users to directly get access to broken Android and extract what you needed data within few clicks. You don't need to enable USB debugging on a broken screen so that there is no problem of connection issue.
Let's have a brief look on the basic features of this powerful Broken Android Data Extractions:
- Extract existing data from Android with a broken, black or non-responsive screen directly;
- Fix your crashed Android to normal status within few clicks;
- No need to open USB debugging on the broken Android devices.
This program can only extract and backup existing Android data to computer but not deleted or lost data on Android.
To begin with, you need to download this program on your computer, then connect Android to computer with USB cable. If you don't get the program before, just click the below icon to install it.
Step 1. Run Broken Android Data Extraction software, and directly choose "Broken Android Phone Data Extraction" mode. Then, you'll see an interface like below:
Step 2. Hit "Start" button and select the phone name and model in the program. Then click "Confirm" button to next step.
Step 3. Click "Confirm" and follow the onscreen prompts to make your Android device enter the Download mode. After that, you can click "Start" button to scan for files.
Step 4. Preview and tick the data you wish to backup, and hit "Recover" button to save them on your computer.