How to Recover Deleted and Lost Data from Moto G6/G6 Play

Motorola officially launched a new mobile phone overseas, launched Moto G including Moto G6, G6 Play. Moto G6 is configured for high pass Snapdragon 450 processor, 18:9’s 5.7 inch display resolution is 1080P, 4GB RAM+64GB ROM storage combination, pre – fingerprint recognition, and rear 12 million +500 double mirror f/1.8 optical loop, and the battery capacity is 3000maH. Moto G6 Play specification is lower than G6, high pass Snapdragon 427 processor, 5.7 inch, 720P 18:9 screen, the highest 3GB RAM+32GB ROM storage configuration, the rear 13 million pixel single mirror f/2.0 diaphragm, but the battery is said to be able to use for 36 hours, is 4000mAh.

Whether you use Moto G6/G6 Play or not, you will also face an unavoidable problem in the use of mobile phones – data loss. This is a common problem. So learning how to perform data recovery is an essential skill.

Android Data Recovery is a tool developed specifically for data recovery. It can recover any deleted data from a common Android phone. Such as pictures, videos, audio, text messages, contacts, WhatsApp messages and so on. Android Data Recovery supports almost all Android mobile phone and tablet computer, such as Samsung, Motorola, Huawei, HTC, vivo, OPPO, OnePlus, LG, SONY, and other brands, including the latest Moto G6/G6 Play, important is the absolute safety of the data recovery process, in the process of recovering the original data in the mobile phone will not cause any damage or loss. So you can use it safely. It allows you to preview restored photos, contacts, and text messages before resuming.


Directly Restore Deleted and Lost Files on Moto G6/G6 Play

Step 1. Launch the program on your Computer

Launch the program on your computer, and then connect your Moto G6/G6 Play to PC via USB cable. The program will recognize your phone soon, if your connected device can not be recognized by the program, don’t worry and just enable the USB debugging.

Step 2. Enable USB debugging on your phone

Open the USB debug mode on your phone. If you don’t know how to do it, please follow the instructions below. It will detect your Android version and teach you how to open the USB debugging mode on your phone.

Note: Please enable USB debugging and close any other running Apps on your phone before and during the recovery process.

Step 3. Select the data types to scan

In this step, you can check and choose any kind of files you want to restore. To recover them, just choose the correspond options on the window, and press “Next”.

Step 4. Preview and recover lost data selectively

After the scan is completed, all types of file types are displayed in the list on the left. The right is the detailed information for each of the corresponding items. You can review them carefully, and then click “Recover” to restore them.

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