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I agree you can find out some free data recovery to recognize and scan your internal memory card. If it can't work, you should root your android device before repair, and use third party paid program to find the data what you need. One more suggestion is to back kup your contacts, images, and important data/files on removable media or a proper computer and ...
SMS messages in smartphones have generally been stored in SQLite3 databases for a long time now. If the database is not damaged in any way, you should be able to view the contents and maybe export them to some CSV or HTML format with some type of SQLite database browser software. Here's one you can give a try: http://sqlitestudio.pl/ Otherwise, I know that ...
Root is not needed necessarily, only custom recovery with adb enabled. I'm on my phone now so this will be short. What you need is to dump the partition image to a computer and then run photorec (or other tool) on that image. This can be achieved via adb with root access that can be gained without actually rooting the phone (but you may need to unlock the ...
The only way to recover your photos is that you will need to root your phone. There is really no other way to restore the data you already deleted. First you will need to root your device and then you can recover your files. Rooting your device will void your warranty. Next time before you accidentally delete your photos, use an online backup tool like ...
Try this , At the time of logging choose forget password option , change your password, it will logout you from all session and then you might be able to login
If your mobile was stolen you can use Android device manager to clean your stolen mobile data,give a call,find exact location of mobile. Android device manager Only thing it require that mobile must be using wifi or data.
I had the same question. Then I used a retired Moto G to test ROOT (as usual) and recovery with this method: http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-nexus/general/guide-internal-memory-data-recovery-yes-t1994705 Now I have a RAW file with 13 GB and neither Handy Recovery can find files earlier than wipe. It doesn't seem a quick-format. I'm still looking for ...
You should attempt to change the extension of the files to their original *.png or *.jpg extensions. If one doesn't work, the other should.
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