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If you have ADB debugging turned on, you can give Vysor a try: http://www.vysor.io/ PS: If you can't get to it because the phone is locked, attach a computer keyboard to the phone and unlock it.


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There are 2 methods of recovery at the top of my head: Making an image of the entire flash partition that contained the files and using filters to find deleted but not yet overwritten data. For this to be successful you definitely need root access, which means to have access to the highest system privileges in Android. You need them to access the device ...


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Have you tried playing the video on the computer using VLC media player? If the video works all the way through, then use a video encoder or converter and convert/encode it to a different format and try playing the video on you phone. E.g. 001.mp4 -> Adobe Media encoder(You can try encoding it back to .mp4) -> Output file: 001.avi or 001.mp4 -> Put on ...


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recovery of deleted contents stored in the internal storage is difficult at the best of times and darn near impossible the rest. The issue lies in how you access the storage medium without root is impossible to my knowledge to access the storage space as a raw partition for use with data recovery tools. As with all recovery the more you use the device the ...


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Micro SD cards have a nasty habit of crashing at the most annoying times. There is not much you can do if your sd card has truly died other then buy a new one and hope your files were backed up. Sometimes you can recover a card if it's simply corrupt but if your cards controller goes pumpkin witch they do tend to do a lot these days your sol.


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Try cleaning it, if it's broken not much you can do except trying again. If it's really really important you can send it to experts maybe they can recover something !


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in recovery and like this root@kali:~/Downloads# adb shell ~ # parted /dev/block/mmcblk0 GNU Parted 1.8.8.1.179-aef3 Using /dev/block/mmcblk0 Welcome to GNU Parted! Type 'help' to view a list of commands. (parted) print all print all Model: MMC 016GE2 (sd/mmc) Disk /dev/block/mmcblk0: 15.8GB Sector ...



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