Step 2: The interface is quite simple with two modes including Basic scan and Full scan (requires root). For Basic scan, DiskDigger photo recovery automatically scans all the folders on your device for previously deleted files.
Step 3: When finished, users only need to check the files to recover and then click the Recover button, then select the corresponding storage place such as email, Dropbox, Google Drive or uploading files to an FTP server.
When done, you can either archive the file to the cloud or send it via email.
Step 4: If your smartphone has been root, you should use Full scan mode to take advantage of more functions. Specifically, users can specify the directory and file formats (images, video, audio, documents...) to scan, this will save time compared to conventional scanning.
When done, do the same to restore your data or share it with friends with just a few simple steps.
Hi @Jedi Knight Muse , one way to recover your data directly from your internal memory is thru a software called [email protected] This software uses the USB debugging mode of the smartphone for connection. After the USB debugging mode is enabled, connect the smartphone to a computer where the software is installed.
The software will access the internal memory of your smartphone and will consider your memory as physical disks. It has a scan feature that collects all the data on your smartphone. After the scan, a list of available files is shown for you to choose. This will allow you to copy and transfer the data shown to a new storage.