While most of your phone's data lives online (or is backed up regularly), there will inevitably be something that you can't find elsewhere if your phone dies. Whether it's important texts, or videos that didn't back up properly, or contacts that didn't save to the cloud, there are plenty of reasons why you might want to recover lost data from an Android phone.

Of course, there are plenty of ways you can retrieve data from an Android phone. You could try using the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) to view and copy files from a phone, or if the phone is bootloader-unlocked, flashing a custom recovery partition like TWRP might give you more options. However, there's a better solution than messing with terminal commands and flashing custom images: the excellent dr.fone - Recover (Android) program from Wondershare.

dr.fone - Recover (Android) is the best data recovery software available for Android phones, with support for over 6,000 models including phones from Huawei, Motorola, LG, Samsung, HTC, Google, OnePlus, ASUS, Lenovo, and more. The toolkit can bring back deleted or lost text messages, contacts, photos, WhatsApp texts, music, videos, and other types of files.

No matter how the data was lost, dr.fone can help get it back. It can recover files that were accidentally deleted, lost due to a ROM flashing or rooting mishap, corrupted from an SD card issue, and much more. There are plenty of ways you could lose important information, but dr.fone toolkit covers all the bases.

While the recovery feature is definitely useful, the full dr.fone toolkit has many more features you can try out. It can also transfer data to/from an iOS device, create full device backups, permanently erase everything (perfect for selling your phone!), and repair various software issues. Google still don't have a complete backup solution for Android, but that's exactly what the dr.fone toolkit has to offer.

The toolkit itself can run on most computers both macOS and Windows are supported. You can try out the program loved by over 50 million customers by heading over to the official website.

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