Android 7.0 officially supports Vulkan API, including all its features. Especially CPU system cost can greatly reduce and improve Draw Call, but also support precompiled shader. This is undoubtedly a good news for the application and game development. In terms of security, Android 7.0 will support the file based encryption, media framework hardening, seamless upgrade, especially the last point, Android 7.0 will use two system images to ensure OTA update is smooth and safe. I am very glad that my cell phone can be successfully upgraded Android 7.0. However, I do not know what is the problem, the cell phone contacts, text messages, photos are lost. I need to restore them, but what am I to do?
Many people will think that the phone system upgrade, the original data will be lost. In fact, this is not a specific. The original data may be hidden in a folder. Actually missing files can be resolved by data recovery tools.
Android Data Recovery is a professional software. It can not only recover the lost data because of accidental deletion, but also can easily deal with other situations. For example, your mobile phone is locked/bricked, or your mobile phone data is lost because of rooting. Even if your phone data is lost because of the system upgrade, Android Data Recovery can help you to solve it. And the steps are easy to understand.
Supported File Types: Contacts, Messaging, Call History, WhatsApp messages & attachments, Gallery, Audio, Videos, Documents, etc.
Download and install Android Data Recovery on your computer. At the same time, Android phone should be connecting to the computer through the USB data lines.
You also need to enable the USB debugging in your mobile phone settings. Because you need to give permission to program to manage your software.
You need to select the types of file you want to restore. The software supports contacts, text messages, call logs, SMS, WhatsApp messages and more. Just choose those what you want and click on “Next”.
On the next screen, you are allowed to choose a scanning mode to scan your phone for the lost data, either “Standard Mode” or “Advanced Mode”, if done, click “Start” to go on.
Note: There might be a Superuser authorization appearing on your device during the scan. If you get it, click “Allow” to confirm it. If not, just forget it.
When the scan is complete, you can preview the data that has been scanned out. Check the items you want, and then click “Recover” to save them back to your computer with ease.