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Is the Phone rooted and is USB-Debugging enabled? If yes, you could probably boot into recovery and try recovering the files via ADB. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8650407/how-to-copy-selected-files-from-android-with-adb-pull This Post shows you how to work with ADB to recover your Files ;) Greetings :)


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I don't think you can recover files and folders over the device which isn't booting up I would say first of all fix the booting problem up and then you can take the help of various recovery apps and software available to restore the deleted files and folder. I am know you can't recover 100% of them out but I would say to some extent you may get most out of ...


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It would defeat the object of having a password if you could get in without it. You have to factory-reset the device. Next time, set up a Google account on the device: it asks you to do it the first time you turn it on.


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The recommended way is to go into Security -> Encryption. Encrypt your phone, which takes several hours. Then do a factory reset. Others will have no way of recovering your personal data. Additional Info: It works much like BitLocker on Windows. When you start up the phone, you'll be required to enter a password before loading Android OS (or the Recovery ...


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You can try these apps, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.defianttech.diskdigger or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fahrbot.apps.undelete i had more succes with diskdigger tho.


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Plain text data recovery can be done using a straightforward process like using any data recovery tool. But encrypted data or cipher text recovery cannot be done. Only the proper decryption can restore the data. So make it sure to decrypt the data before removing storage device. After removing storage drive like SD card without decryption, it is very ...


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As of Android 4.3+ and the implementation of TRIM it is now incredibly difficult to recover deleted files on the internal memory. Some of the suggested solutions probably will not be worthwhile unless you are able to scan the memory for the deleted file(s) very rapidly after deletion. Moreover, in the case of recovery after a factory reset, as of Android ...


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Deleted photos, yes. Encrypted photos, no. If PhotoRec or ZAR can't recover them, they're gone. (ZAR even bypasses the CPU in the SD card, so it doesn't matter if the card is accessible or not.) and they can only recover data that looks like photos. "Data" that looks like random data (which is what an encrypted file looks like) isn't "recoverable" with file ...


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If you have lost your phone and do not have a backup of the Vaulty Stocks data then there is no way to recover it. If you have a backup you may be able to install the app on another device and access the data by entering the password you used originally.


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Just reboot your phone after checking "Show all contacts" in settings it will work...


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Once you do the factory reset the data like messages and other content stored in local storage is lost,except that if you have synced the phone with gmail-account, all those sync supported category contents can be obtained back. Remember these things, If you use gmail data like contacts, emails, Calendar, Chrome, Drive, google+ are supported to sync with ...


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A factory reset reformats the phone's user-data partition, but it's not a "secure" wipe; it doesn't overwrite everything with zeroes. If you want to be sure everything is erased, you can encrypt the phone first (which overwrites all the data with encrypted versions of itself), then do a factory reset (which sets up a new unencrypted filesystem). Note that ...


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When factory resetting, the data and cache partitions are formatted. AFAIK they are not overwritten multiple times or such.


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It's definitely rooted.. So it's better to completely wipe the phone.. But as you need your data, you can try and run it in safe mode. As soon as you boot your phone , press down the volume down button, keep holding until you reach the lock screen. then press the safe mode button on bottom left.. ...



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