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fastboot oem unlock is a secure wipe. All data is completely destroyed and unrecoverable. See the official documentation: Unlockable Android devices must securely erase all user data prior to being unlocked. [...] To prevent the disclosure of user data, a device that supports unlocking needs to implement it properly. A properly ...
Try downloading and installing Undelete App from the PlayStore and follow these simple steps: Select the storage device from which you want to retrieve your data i.e. Internal or External. Once selected scan the selected storage, the process will take 2-10min depending upon the memory size and data stored. Once the scanning completes you will be presented ...
For MiUi phones go to security->Manage app permisions- ->contacts->whatsapp->allow
Ok, so the program still produces a logfile called location_log.txt with all of the important data. I wrote a script in python to export it: #!/bin/python # import codecs, os __author__ = 'lukas' path = "/path/to/the/folder/" ins = codecs.open(path + "location_log.txt", "r", 'iso-8859-15') array =  for line in ins: linenew = "" count = 0 for ...
Did you tired putting the Google account back over the device? I would say your contacts will start appearing automatically after you put the same Google account back. PS: You can check it by heading over to the Google Contacts just be sure that you are putting the some Google account which you were using previously.
If you know the location where the pictures are stored you could always use ADB to pull the files or directory to your pc. This does require you to have usb debugging enabled. So if you haven't I can't help you further, sorry. If you have, you can use this command to pull the folder/files to your pc: adb pull location/of/pictures/* C:\location\on\pc\ If ...
Solved. I found a copy Epistle on the web, and installed it using: adb install 2388.-Epistle_v1.2.1.apk Now I can see old data again! Warning: I was aware of the risk that during installation the app may reinitialize its database. If that had happened, then bad luck. The data was comprised of some notes that, while nice to have, would not have been ...
You need to install Samsung Kies on the computer. That will install the appropriate driver; at that point your phone when connected should appear in My Computer (assuming we're talking about Windows 7/8/8.1). If you're running OS X you'll need to install the Android Transfer utility from Samsung. Most Android phones use a generic Google-provided MTP driver, ...
You have luck that you have a rooted phone with CWM! You can enable USB-OTG by applying this patch to your phone: http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/orig-development/usb-otg-externally-powered-usb-otg-t2181820 Then you can plug a mouse and/or a keyboard and control your phone with it.
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