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How to Recover Data after Factory Reset Android on Mac

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It is always good to get a new Android phone, like the hottest Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. With an Android on hand, you can get many amazing Apps to enjoy without limitation. However, thing changes afterward. You found your Android phone operating system start to run slower and slower, and sometimes it just crashes. And finally you decided to perform a factory reset on your Android in order to start over.
The phone does work well after a factory reset, but you just realized that many important data, like contacts, photos, videos on it was gone. Feel regretful, and eager to find a way to recover the lost data Android after factory reset? Here I will share some basic knowledge of factory reset and show you how to use recover deleted data on Android after factory reset.
What is Factory Reset?

Android Factory Reset is a feature that erases all device settings, user data, third-party applications, and associated application data from an Android device’s internal flash storage to return the device to the condition it was in when shipped from the factory. The feature is supported by all mobile devices that run the Android operating system.

Why Data can be Recovered after a Factory Reset on Android?
A new report released by security software seller Avast shows that Android's factory reset option does not remove all of a user's data on Android but simply changes the index that points to a file instead of deleting the entire file itself.

So with a professional data recovery tool, you can easily restore the data. Here Android Recovery Mac is recommended for you , with which you can recover contacts, photos, videos, music, whatsapp messages and more others from your Samsung Galaxy, HTC one, Nexus, OnePlus and more Android devices.
Retrieve Lost Data on Android after Factory Reset via Android Recovery Mac
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Step 1: Run Android Recovery Mac on your Mac and run it. You will see the interface showed below. Choose file that you desired to recover all just tap All.

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Step 2: Connect your Android device to Mac, once detected by the tool, tap Start to make it scan all the deleted data after factory reset.
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Step 3: When scanning is over, all the recoverable data will be showed in the window. You can tap one to preview and choose what you want to restore and finally click Recover.




It is always good to get a new Android phone, like the hottest Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. With an Android on hand, you can get many amazing Apps to enjoy without limitation. However, thing changes afterward. You found your Android phone operating system start to run slower and slower, and sometimes it just crashes. And finally you decided to perform a factory reset on your Android in order to start over.

The phone does work well after a factory reset, but you just realized that many important data, like contacts, photos, videos on it was gone. Feel regretful, and eager to find a way to recover the lost data Android after factory reset? Here I will share some basic knowledge of factory reset and show you how to use recover deleted data on Android after factory reset.

What is Factory Reset?

Android Factory Reset is a feature that erases all device settings, user data, third-party applications, and associated application data from an Android device’s internal flash storage to return the device to the condition it was in when shipped from the factory. The feature is supported by all mobile devices that run the Android operating system.

Why Data can be Recovered after a Factory Reset on Android?A new report released by security software seller Avast shows that Android's factory reset option does not remove all of a user's data on Android but simply changes the index that points to a file instead of deleting the entire file itself.

So with a professional data recovery tool, you can easily restore the data. Here Android Recovery Mac is recommended for you , with which you can recover contacts, photos, videos, music, whatsapp messages and more others from your Samsung Galaxy, HTC one, Nexus, OnePlus and more Android devices.

Retrieve Lost Data on Android after Factory Reset via Android Recovery Mac

How to Recover Data after Factory Reset Android on Mac - Image 1

Step 1: Run Android Recovery Mac on your Mac and run it. You will see the interface showed below. Choose file that you desired to recover all just tap All.

How to Recover Data after Factory Reset Android on Mac - Image 2

Step 2: Connect your Android device to Mac, once detected by the tool, tap Start to make it scan all the deleted data after factory reset.

How to Recover Data after Factory Reset Android on Mac - Image 3

Step 3: When scanning is over, all the recoverable data will be showed in the window. You can tap one to preview and choose what you want to restore and finally click Recover.

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  1. 19 February 16
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    I recovered my deleted photos with this iPhone data recovery, my friends recommend it to me. It's safe and it works pretty well for my iPhone 5s, you may give it a trial. http://www.mac-dvd.com/data-recovery-for-ios.html Thumbs up if my answer helped. Thanks!

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