Motorola Recovery - Restore Deleted Files Back from Droid
Are any of the following issues of Motorola cell phone troubling you?
1. Deleted unread SMS by mistakes.
2. Wipe the phone book by wrongly tap on the delete button.
3. Accidentally deleted photos and videos from SD card of your Motorola phone, etc.
If your answer is yes, that's to say, you have encountered, or are suffering from such unfortunate thing, you can try the highly recommended program – FonePaw Android Data Recovery to recover deleted files from Motorola cell phones.
FonePaw Android Data Recovery is a terrific recovery program. This software runs on Windows/Mac computer. And it supports portable Android device like Motorola Moto Z/X/G/E, Moto Droid. You can get back deleted contacts, SMS, call logs, photos, videos, audios, and Word/Excel/PPT/PDF documents from your Android SIM/internal storage/SD card.
How to Recover Deleted Files from Motorola Phone
Step 1. Connect Motorola Cell Phone to Computer
Open FonePaw Android Data Recovery on your Windows/Mac. Connect your Motorola cell phone to the computer USB port via USB cable. Then put the Motorola phone on USB Debugging Mode. This will allow the phone to be connected.
Step 2. Select File Types to Scan
When you have the interface as below, you can choose file types to scan, such as contacts, text messages, call logs, photos, videos, audios, and documents. Then click the button "Next".
Step 3. Allow Superuser Request
Go to your Motorola phone. You should receive a Superuser Request. Hit the tab "Allow/Grant/Authorize". This will allow FonePaw Android Data Recovery to enter your Android phone and scan data in it.
Step 4. Recover Deleted Files from Motorola Cell Phone
FonePaw Android Data Recovery will scan your Motorola phone once it gets Superuser Request. Wait when the program is scanning your phone. After that, choose file types at the left pane and preview them in the table. Then, check items you need and click the button "Recover".
Content retrieved will be stored in your computer. You can transfer them to your Android phone. If you still don't understand how to retrieve a certain kind of file. You can read the detailed post of each file type:
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