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2 Ways to Recover Deleted Data from Phone Memory for Android

2020-07-30 09:58:31/Posted by Alleny Gavinto Android Recovery Topic/Follow @ MobiKin

Still annoyed by accidental loss of some data in Android phone memory? I guess you would really like to know if you can recover data from phone memory for Android. Don't worry, now you are in the right place. This article is tailored for you. Just read it through and you will know how to retrieve deleted files from Android phone memory easily.

 

Previous Android phones may be expanded by installing an external SD card because the internal storage of the phone was too small. Nowadays, it is very common for every Android user to have the same large internal storage as the iPhone. Therefore, they no longer need to use SD cards to expand external storage. However, because all the data is stored in phone memory, people will be more worried, what should they do if they lose some data from the internal memory of the Android device?

In fact, this is what we will show you in this article. We will tell you how to recover data from Android phone memory with ease.

phone memory recovery for android

Part 1. Is It Possible to Recover Data from Phone Memory for Android

Under normal circumstances, people would think that recovering data from the internal memory of an Android device is much more difficult than recovering from an SD card (What are the differences among internal, phone and external storage?). But you don't have to think like this, because as long as you select the appropriate phone memory recovery software for your Android device, everything will become easy.

You may wonder, when you accidentally deleted some data from the internal storage of your Android device, the data is gone, and you can't find them anyway. But don't worry, these deleted data have not really disappeared, in fact they still exist on your Android device, and there is a great hope that they can be restored back.

However, we need to take some precautions to increase the probability of successful data recovery and avoid permanent data deletion.

  • You must not restart your Android device multiple times to prevent losing the chance of recovering lost data from the internal memory.
  • When you accidentally delete important data, stop using your Android phone immediately. Because if you continue to use the phone after deleting the data, the newly generated data may overwrite the deleted data, so you will never be able to restore them.
  • Solve the problem as quickly as possible, the earlier you act, the easier it is to retrieve the lost data. Procrastination will only make the situation worse.
  • Use absolutely safe and reliable phone memory recovery software or phone memory recovery app to help you recover lost data.
  • The best way to prevent data loss on Android phones is to back up data on your Android device regularly.

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Part 2. How to Recover Data from Android Phone Memory [Easiest Way]

You may have lost important Android phone data due to improper operation, accidental deletion or formatting of the device. But no matter what the reason is, finding the right internal memory software to recover the lost data is the most important thing. Here, you can try MobiKin Doctor for Android (with its Mac version) for free, it is an all-round Android data recovery software that can recover almost all files from the phone memory and even on the external memory card.

Core Features of the best Phone Memory Recovery Software for Android:

  • Scan internal memory of Android phone and recover lost data with one click .
  • Supports various file types, including photos, videos, music, call logs, contacts, SMS and many more.
  • Be able to recover deleted data from both internal memory and external SD card on Android.
  • Supports 6000+ Android device models, various Android OS, including Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, Huawei, Xiaomi, etc.
  • It's stable and reliable. No data will be collected or leaked from the customer service.

Let's go through the following guide to see how to use the Phone Memory Recovery software for Android to scan your Android phone's internal memory and restore lost/deleted data.

Step 1. Run the program and connect your Android phone

Connect your Android device to computer using a digital cable. Launch the program after you downloaded and installed it. Then, you may need to enabled USB debugging on your Android device so that the computer can detect the internal memory successfully.

launch doctor for android

Step 2. Preview and select files from recovery

All recoverable data types are displayed on the interface. Just tick off the data types you want to recover and click "Next". Then, the program will start scanning for files and then you can see an interface that will display Android files in details.

recover data from android phone memory

Can't find the data you need? You can try to root your Android device to make the program get access to your Android internal memory deeply.

 

Step 3. Start the data recovery from phone memory

Preview and mark the deleted files you want to get back and then give a click on the "Recover" button to save the selected files to your computer completely.

Vide guide on phone internal memory recovery

By they way, if you need to recover lost data from Android SD card directly, you can go to "SD Card Recovery" tab from the top menu, mount the SD card to the computer and then Doctor for Android will start to scan and SD card and restore the lost data for you. Here is a detailed guide teaching you how to recover lost data from Android SD card.

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Part 3. How to Recover Data from Android Phone Internal Memory [Advanced Way]

The following is a more complicated method to implement phone memory recovery for Android method to recover data from Android phone internal memory. And maybe the first few attempts will not succeed immediately. And first you have to make sure your Android device has been rooted. So, if you are already a computer expert and have a wealth of computer knowledge, you can continue reading.

The general procedure is that we need to copy the internal storage of the phone to a RAW file, and then convert it to VHD format. After that, we install a virtual hard disk into Windows Disk Management, and then use a reliable data recovery tool to scan the virtual hard disk. Feel a bit embarrassed? Below, we will explain the specific operation steps clearly in detail:

Step 1: Make an image for your Android internal memory

  • First, we need to create an image of the internal memory of your Android phone. To do that, you need to resort to a tool called FileZilla. Just install and run it on your computer.
  • When running FileZilla on your computer, go to its general settings. Select Listen to these ports tab and list the value of 40. Then select the timeout tab and enter 0 at the connection timeout.
  • Next, click Users settings> Add New User option, you can choose to add a password here.
  • Then, you can enable read and write operations to save the changes to C:\cygwin64\000. Here, C: is the drive where Windows is installed.
  • After completing the above operations, now, you need to install the Android SDK on your computer. Then copy adb.exe, ADB-windows.exe, AdbWinApi.dll, and then fastboot.exe files, and paste it at C:\cygwin64\bin.
  • Now, you can connect your Android device to the computer and make sure that USB debugging is turned on. Then, launch the Command Prompt and enter the command:
    adb shell
    su
    find /dev/block/platform/ -name 'mmc*' -exec fdisk -l {} \; > /sdcard/list_of_partitions.txt
  • In the above command, the "list_of_partitions" refers to the distinction data of your Android device. Continue to type the following commands here and copy them to a safe folder:
    ADB pull /sdcard/list_of_partitons.txt C: /cygwin64/00
  • After that, start the file and manually find the file or data information you want to recover.
  • Now, you need to open up another tab and enter the following details:
    adb shell
    su
    mkfifo /cache/myfifo
    ftpput -v -u qwer -p pass -P 40 192.168.42.79 mmcblk0p27.raw /cache/myfifo
  • Here "qwer" and "pass" are the users and passwords respectively, followed by the port number and server address.
  • Run another console and type the following command:
    adb shell
    su
    dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p27 of=/cache/myfifo
  • Among them, "mmcblk0p27" is the location of data loss on our mobile phone. Different phones may have different locations.
  • Then, FileZilla will take a copy of your data on this Android device and save it in a folder named "000". Now, all you need to do is to wait patiently for the completion of this process.

make an image for your android internal memory

Step 2: Convert your RAW file to VHD format

  • After successfully copying the data, now you need to convert this RAW file to VHD format, which is virtual hard disk format. In this case, it can be mounted on the system.
  • Download the VHD tool, and then copy the VHDTool.exe file in the working folder. This is the "000" folder mentioned above. Launch console again, go to the folder, and type the following:
    cd C:/cygwin64/000/ VhdTool.exe /convert mmcblk0p27.raw
  • After the conversion is completed, the file name will have the RAW extension, but it can be used as a virtual hard disk.

Step 3: Use this file as a virtual disk on Windows computer

  • Go ahead and use the converted file as a virtual hard disk on Windows. To do this, first you need to enter the "Disk Management"> "Settings"> "Action"> "Attach VHD" option on the Windows computer.
  • Then, enter the location of the file "C:\cygwin\nexus\mmcblk0p12.raw". Right-click it so that the disk can be initialized and then go to GPT. Of course, you can also right-click the blank space and select "New Simple Volume".
  • Continue to follow the wizard to complete the operation, and then enter the new letter to assign the drive.
  • Then, right click on your RAW file and format it as FAT 32 file format.

use this file as a virtual disk on windows computer

Step 4: Start the phone memory recovery for Android

Once all the above steps are successfully completed, you can now use any free data recovery tool to scan the virtual disk you just installed on the system. Generally, you also need to provide the drive letter of the virtual disk you allocated in the previous step so that the recovery tool knows where you are performing data recovery.

Conclusion:

As you can see, the above are two very different methods to help you recover data from phone memory for Android. Needless to say, you can also see that the second advanced method is quite complicated Sex. Because of this complexity, the success rate of this method is very small. If you don't want to go through any trouble and want to complete the recovery process simply and smoothly, then you only need to use MobiKin Doctor for Android directly. It is easy to operate, and the recovery success rate is as high as 98%. It is a rare professional Android recovery software.

It is recommended that you add this page to the bookmark. Next time you encounter a problem about phone storage recovery, you can click into this article. We will also continue to update the page content in order to provide you with better and more complete information.

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