FoneCope Released Android Data Recovery to Get Back Lost Data on Smartphone

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FoneCope Software released Android Data Recovery program to help Android users recover lost data from phones and tablets without backup.

Los Angeles, CA, December 21, 2017 — FoneCope enjoys receiving comments from readers and finds out that many Android users cry out for data lost on their phones, such as accidentally deleting photos by the big finger, contacts disappear after restarting device, and everything wiped because of a wrong factory reset, etc. And then many ask “Is there any way to recover lost and deleted data from Android device?” Luckily, the deleted data is recoverable if they are not rewritten by the newer data. That is to say, the quicker you act, the bigger probability it is.

Therefore, FoneCope software decides to provide and continuously update Android Data Recovery to meet users’ increasing need, so that everyone can retrieve priceless files with simple recovery steps. No techie background is required. Recovering lost data from Android in person at home is no longer difficult to finish. No personal or private information will be collected or seen. FoneCope Android Data Recovery is one of the best software in the data recovery industry.

FoneCope Android Data Recovery can restore deleted files such as contacts, messages, photos, call history, notes, WhatsApp messages, App's photos, app attachment and documents, etc.

And let’s see how this data recovery tool get back lost data from Android with simple steps.

Step 1. Download and install FoneCope Android Data Recovery, launch the software and connect the Android phone or tablet to a PC or iMac with USB.

Step 2: Enable USB debugging mode on Android before starting scanning the recoverable data on device. And then choose any deleted items that need to be retrieved.

Step 3: Check and select them, and click “Recover” to get back the lost data to your computer. You can select a particular folder to save the recovered files.

Isn’t is such an easy task to clear? And this Android data recovery tool supports more than 6000 devices and models, and works diligently to cover more Android phones and tablets. Besides, FoneCope always keeps updating with the newest Android OS feature and new phone models.

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Sarah Thompson

Sarah Thompson

Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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