Motorola Google Nexus series are the more popular Android phone in the world,since Googlg has release the Android 7.0 N,recently,many Nexus users install Android 7.0 Nougat on Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Pixel C,if you failure update to Android 7.0 N, Android 6.0.1,how can you recover lost data from Nexus 6, Nexus 9 after Android 7.0 upgrading? If you failure root Motorola Nexus,how can you recover lost data from rooted Nexus? Once delete photos files on Nexus 6,is it possible to retrieve deleted pictrues from Nexus 6 internal memory?
Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 may sounds like different from Android operating system,but actually they are almost the same so basically they share the same Android data recovery tool, it is available for Motorola phones,Samsung phones, HTC phone etc.to recover all lost data from Motorola Nexus 6 like text messages ,photos,contacts ,audio and other files,you need to use a Android Data Recovery software,because the Motorola Nexus 6 running on the Android OS.
Stop using your Nexus device for new data saving, as they might easily overwrite those deleted files. When you delete files from your Nexus phone, the files deleted will not be erased completely from your phone, instead they will be flagged as deletion, new files saved to your Nexus device may overwrite the deleted files. The sooner you take action to recover lost data from your phone , the higher chance you can get back those deleted files. You can download the Android Data Recovery on to your Windows PC to continue to recover data from Nexus devices below.
The Nexus Data Recovery - Android Data Recovery allows you to recover delete or lost data from your Nexus 6/6P, Nexus 9 and other Android phone directly, including photos, contacts, videos, text messages, WhatsApp chat history and more from your Nexus.
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Tips: If you lost photos, contacts, videos, text messages, and more from the Nexus 6, please do not use your phone.If not, your Nexus 6 phone's data will be overwritten. That is, all your lost data cannot come back to you any more. So, make sure not to update your Android as long as your data get lost.
Step 1. Connect your Nexus 6 phone to computer
You will have an USB data cable with each Nexus phone or tablet you buy. You can use it to charge your Nexus device, back up your content from Nexus, restore backups to Nexus. Now use the USB data cable comes with the Nexus to connect your Nexus to computer.
Step 2. Enable USB debugging on Nexus phone or tablet
This is the most tricky step during the whole Nexus data recovery procedure as many new Nexus or Android users may have never heard of USB debugging before. You can check out what is USB debugging and steps to enable USB Debugging on Nexus here.
What you need to do next is to enable USB debugging on your device. Choose the right way for your phone among these three options.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" > Click "Applications" > Click "Development" > Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" > Click "About Phone" > Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" > Back to "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
Then click "Start" button to start your phone
Step 3. Select file types to scan and recover
The Nexus data recovery program is able to scan and recover many different files and data from your device, including contacts, text messages, photos, music, videos, call history, documents, WhatsApp chats and attachments, etc. Under most circumstances, you may want to recover only specific file types. For example, if you accidentally deleted contacts or messages, just enable contacts or messages recovery from Nexus phones while disabling other files recovery. The seletion here affect the scan results, scan and recovery time in following steps. By limiting file scan to certain file types, you can greatly save the time.
You will have two options: Standard Mode and Advanced Mode. We will not discuss it further as the onscreen tips are very clear and straightforward. Basically you can try the Standard scanning mode first. If it can’t find the lost files and data from your Nexus phone or tablet, then go back and switch to Advanced scan mode and try again. Advanced scanning takes longer, but is able to find more lost or deleted files from your Nexus phones.
Step 4. Scan and recover lost files from Nexus to computer
Now the Nexus recovery will proceed to scan your phone or tablet. It takes some time. Depends on your phone storage, its usage, the file types and scan mode you have selected in previous steps, it make take from several minutes to couple of hours. So be patient. In case it takes too long, you can stop the process, disconnect your phone or tablet, then repeat the steps to scan your device again. You can find more Nexus and Android recovery guide and troubleshooting here. When the scanning of your Nexus has finished, you will see a screen like this
You can browse to the file types in the left column, browse to files and preview on the right column. Then selectively recover any lost files from Nexus to computer, or recover all files from Nexus to computer.
Step 5. Transfer recovered files from computer to Nexus
You can use an Android data recovery software to retrieve lost, deleted or formatted data from Google Nexus phones and tablets. Likewise other general Android transfer and backup tools can also be used to backup or restore your Nexus cell phones and tablets. Here are just a few tutorials and tools you can refer to:
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