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How to Recover Deleted Data from A Rooted Samsung Phone

As the majority of users, they are willing to root the Samsung devices to obtain the highest executive permission of the system, so that they can delete some built-in software from system, enable some software's function, launch some restricted softwares and so on. It is just such another. My sister was so excited that I bought her a fully new Samsung Galaxy S6 as her 18-year-old birthday present last Sunday! In order to release more storage memory, so as to download more films, take more photos and install more applications, my sister have her phone rooted at last night. But she was very regreted for this operation which caused some of her important documents that storing lots of favorite photos and videos gone! She was sadly to found me and anxiously asked whether there is a way to get her lost data back from the rooted Samsung phone.

A matter of course, I calm her down and promise to help her. You know that to restore any lost or deleted data for anyone who need a help never is my mission. Of course, it seem to be an easy job since you found the Samsung Data Recovery tool.

Samsung Data Recovery an outstanding data recovery software which offerring the most professional solution for any Android users to recover those deleted, formatted or lost data files including contacts, photos, vidoes, text messages, call logs, WhatsApp messages and attachments, calendar and more on both Mac and Windows computer with a click. So, you can easily to regain your lost or deleted data from any Samsung phone and tablet whether it has been rooted or not.

Before you can restore your deleted data from Samsung, first of all, click the below button according to your need to free download a trial version of Samsung Data Recovery and install on your computer.


Related Tutorial: How to Root A Samsung Phone

Note: Please do not use your rooted Samsung device any more until you have restored the lost data from, or the lost or deleted data will be overwrote by the new data.

How to Recover Deleted Data from Your Rooted Samsung Phone

Step 1. Launch the Samsung Data Recovery and Connect Your Samsung to PC

After the installation, run the Samsung Data Recovery, and you will see the window pops up as below, just follow the tip to connect your rooted Samsung device to the computer by using an USB cable.

Step 2. Enable USB Debugging for Your Samsung Device

In this part, you need to clear what version of Android OS that your Samsung device is running, so that you can follow the program's instruction to enable USB debugging for your Samsung device. For different Android versions, here there will be a little different. Don't worry about that, keep reading the steps we show you:

1.For Android 2.3 or earlier versions: tap "Settings" > click "Applications" > click "Development" > check "USB debugging".

2.For Android 3.0 to 4.1: tap "Settings "> click "Developer options" > check "USB debugging".
3.For Android 4.2 or later versions: tap "Settings" > click "About Phone" > tap "Build number" for about 7 times until getting the note "You are under developer mode". Go back to "Settings" > click "Developer options" > check "USB debugging".

After enabling USB debugging on your Samsung phone, the program will turn to the next screen, to save the scanning time, here you are allowed to select whatever type data you want to scan from your phone. Just tick the check boxes in front of the file types. If you want a whole scanning, you can choose "Select All". After that, click "Next".

Step 3. Scan for Your Deleted Content on your Rooted Samsung Device

When your device is recognized, for the rooted device, you need to turn to your phone and click "allow" to allow the program Superuser authorization on the screen of your device before the scan. Then back to your computer and click "Start" to scan your Samsung.

Step 4. Preview and Recover Deleted Data on Your Samsung Phone

Once the scanning is completed, all the scanning result will be listed in the left sidebar of windows, you can clicking to preview them one by one, then select the data you wanted, and click "Recover" to transfer them back to your computer.


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