So have you ever lost of accidently deleted any important business/personal data form your Android device and going to pull your hair out? Well it’s an easy task now to recover deleted or lost files from a HDD of your PC but the process to recover from a SD card or from phone’s internal memory is quite a hard task to go through. Now what to do if you need some ways to get those phony things back? Now if you are looking for a help, then you can have a chance to get all of them with me because there’s a beta version is just available for a brand new recovery tool called Undelete. As of this article, Undelete is on beta and need a rooted Android device to run. This app currently supports FAT file format only and works on external SD cards only if you are with a Tegra 2 device. Though it says that it can recover all types of files like from pictures to archives but to recover those, it is mandatory that no further data has been written on that disc location. Yet after having some limitations as of beta, still the app is worth of giving a shot. So let’s follow for more info.
Note: As of beta, the developer indicates that he would not take any responsibility for any types of crashes/damages with this app.
- Fast scanning logic
- Restore any file that has not been written over
- Works with images, video, music, archives and binaries
Using Undelete is a kind of easy task. All that you would have to do is to open the app and that tap over Select Storage to select the portion of your storage from where you want to detect/recover lost files. Then just tap Scan storage and now Undelete will do the rest for you. The app, after completing scanning, displays list of all the deleted files, together with their original path/directory and size under labeled tabs like All Files, Images, Music and Videos. You'll also be able to have a manual look through over files among every category/tab. Once you discover the desired file, simply press it for long and then tap Restore. Assuming that the file isn't corrupted/damaged, the app would then attempt to recover it. Needless to mention, every recovered file is placed within the same directory from where it had been deleted.
During our test on HTC Desire S (on MIUI), this app managed to recover numerous image, nada and video files that were previously deleted. As mentioned earlier, since Undelete is currently in beta, therefore you may expertise some issues whereas using it on your device, and also the developer bears no responsibility whatsoever in case your device’s memory gets corrupted altogether.