OnePlus Data Recovery

OnePlus Data Recovery

Postby Lillllian » Wed Aug 30, 2017 5:42 am

OnePlus has released its flagship phone in June 2017 - OnePlus 5, which delivers a great-A experience to you. According to OnePlus's official recommendation, you will get clearer photos with dual camera on this device. So many Android users choose to purchase the new one. 

Special Features of OnePlus 5
Dual Camera: this technology makes you focus on your subject, blurring the background for a gentle but powerful effect progressively.
Slim with Stamina: at just 7.25 mm, OnePlus 5 is its thinnest flagship smart phone ever. While the battery life has been improved 20% over the OnePlus 3T.
Faster Storage: you will have plenty of room for photos, videos, apps and files with up to 128G of onboard storage. The overall performance is also faster because of the new dual-lane technology. 

Is it OnePlus Data Recovery Possible?
The data on your smartphone may lost unexpectedly. But do not worry, because these lost data are not truly gone. You still have chance to recover deleted files from OnePlus 5/3/Two/One as long as they are not overwritten. Here is a recommended software - Yolisoft Android Data Recovery, which allows users to restore lost photos, videos, contacts, text messages, WhatsApp conversations, call history, music, etc on OnePlus in a few clicks. Before the recovery, turn off the internet connection on your device to prevent automatic system upgrade. Meanwhile, check whether you have a backup file. If not, directly download and install this tool to retrieve data without backup.

How to Recover Deleted Photos, Videos, Contacts, etc from OnePlus 5/3/2
This software will help you in most circumstances like losing data after factory reset, OS update, rooting, ROM flashing, accidental deletion, screen broken, etc. OnePlus phone models from the beginning to the latest are all well supported, such as One Plus 5, 3T, 3, 2, One, and X.

Step 1: Plug Your OnePlus into Computer
In the "Data Recovery" mode of this program, connect your phone to PC or Mac via USB line. Next enable the USB debugging.

Step 2: Select Lost File Types to Scan
In this step, you will see all the file types this software can access. Choose the file types which you lost to scan. Otherwise, it will select all types by default.

Step 3: Analyze & Scan Lost Data
Choose "Standard Mode" or "Advanced Mode" to start scanning. We always suggest you selecting the previous one, which is faster. If this scanning result can not meet your demands, then try the latter one.

Step 4: Recover Deleted Data from OnePlus 5/3/2/One
After the scan, you can preview and check the recoverable items. Click "Recover" button and all of them will be saved to your computer.
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Re: OnePlus Data Recovery

Postby wasai » Tue Sep 18, 2018 5:00 am

About OnePlus Data Recovery, no doubt that pro android data recovery software is really helpful. With its help, the deleted or lost data like contacts, text messages, photos, call logs, etc can be easily recovered before they are overwritten. Cause before being overwritten, the deleted or lost data are still saved on OnePlus phone.
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Re: OnePlus Data Recovery

Postby alansmith » Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:01 pm

OnePlus smart phone is running Android OS. Android Data Recovery can do that. It can scan your OnePlus and SD card deeply to find the deleted data for you. You can preview them before recovering. Learn how to recover deleted text messages on OnePlus. Besides messages, you can also recover photos, videos, contacts, call logs, Whatsapp messages, music, books and other document files from your OnePlus.
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OnePlus Data Recovery

Postby Frankidion » Sun Apr 07, 2019 2:10 am

Hi,

Any new data recovery softwares available now? Any idea? If you know about them, kindly share the details.

Thanks in advance
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