The World’s first Android Data Recovery for Mac to Recover Contact, SMS, Photos, Videos,ect from Android Devices on Mac,Mac Android Data Recovery can help you Restore Android Lost Data on Mac Quickly & Safely.
Easily recover deleted, formatted and lost data from Android on Mac
Support recover documents, photos, videos, audio, emails, and archives from android or SD card
Scan and restore Android lost or deleted photos, videos, SMS and contacts directly
Supports recover data from all Android phone,like Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Google Pixel/Galaxy/Nexus, Sony, Huawei or ZTE.ect
Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.10.3/10.9/10.8/10.7
For Windows: Andriod Data Recovery
Android Data Recovery (Mac) as the World's 1st Data Recovery for Android Smartphones for android users scan and restore lost data from Android on Mac.The Mac Android data recovery supports recover Contacts, Text Messages, Call History,Pictures, Videos, Audio (Voice Record), Document, WhatsApp and other lost data from your Android device and SD card on Mac. Whether you accidentally deleted files or corrupted your OS through a software update or ROM flashing, the Android Data Recovery can restore your most important data.
Below are the download buttons of Android Recovery both for Mac and Windows version.
Protect and recover data from your Android device running the Android OS, including phones and tablets from Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, ZET, Huawei, Google Pixel, Nexus, Windows Phone, Sharp, etc. See the complete list of devices supported here.
Step 1 Stop Any Data Update after Data Lost
When you found that you have unintentionally deleted some data, keep away from your Android to prevent data got overwritten and as a result, Android files gone forever. To stop this from happening, you just need to stop adding or deleting contents on your Android.
Note: Please make sure that the battery is more than 20% to ensure a complete scan.
Step 2 Connect Android to Mac and Enable USB Debugging
Connect Android to Mac using USB cable via USB cable.
Within few seconds, your Android will be detected and you will be asked to enable the USB debugging. The process of different OS will be different:
1. If you use Android 2.3 or earlier: click "Settings">"Applications">"Development">"USB debugging"
2. If it is Android 3.0 to 4.1: Find "Settings">"Developer Options">"USB debugging"
3. For Android 4.2 or the later: Just try "Settings">"About Phone", tap "Build number" for several 7times until you get a note: "You are under developer mode". Then, go back to "Settings">"Developer options">"USB debugging".
Note: This is just for those who haven't enabled USB debugging. If you've already turned it on, just skip this.
Step 3 Select the Type of Files you Want to Recover
Then, your iPhone will be detected and you are allowed to choose the data type to scan like this screenshot shows:
After that, you are allowed to choose the scan mode. Standard mode and advanced mode will be provided. Just click "Next" to move on.
Then, you will be asked to allow the super user request. Just operate as what the below interface shows.
Step 4 Preview and Recover the Data from your Android on Mac
After that, all the data will be scanned out and listed in categories as below, take contacts for example. Preview the contact amount, name, company, job tile, phone and email shown.
Choose the contacts you want by ticking the box next to the contact name.Then you can click the blue button "Recover" to restore them to your computer.
Note: The deleted data will be in orange and the existing data will be grey. You can only have the deleted files shown by clicking the "Only display deleted items" on the top of the interface. Lastly, you'd better form a habit of backing up Android data to Mac regularly ,so that you can make sure that your backup is up to date.To backup Android data,we recommend you use this userful and powerful Android Data Manager tool And once the data get lost, you can easily get restore them back.
That's it. You can try it on your own and contact us if you have any problem using Android Data Recovery for Mac.