Tuesday, May 16, 2017

How to Recover Deleted Pictures from Android

Most people prefer to take photos with their phones and tablets because of the convenience. So you may probably store your precious pictures or images on the Android devices. However, you may lose your important photos due to Android system crash, accidental deletion, virus attack and so on. Do not worry anymore. Just follow this guide to recover deleted pictures from Android with these tips.

Method 1: How to Retrieve Deleted Pictures from Android Backup
Backing up photos is one of the most safe ways to protect them. If you have any backup files, you can undelete them directly. If you are interested in Android photos backup tool, you can try Phone Data Transfer. Here are the steps for restoring lost pictures from Phone Transfer backup.


1. Open Phone Transfer software on your computer and choose restore from Phone Transfer backup.
2. Connect your Android to your PC or Mac via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
3. The software will automatically detect the backups with Phone Transfer on your computer. Select one you desire.
4. Start copy to complete this process.

Note: You can skip to the second method if you can not find the Phone Transfer backup you need.

Method 2: How to Recover Deleted Pictures from Android with Software
Yolisoft Android Data Recovery is a professional data recovery software for most Android brands like Samsung, HTC, Sony, OnePlus, Motorola, HUAWEI and etc. It can also recover deleted or lost Android data, such as photos, contacts, text messages, videos, music, call logs, WhatsApp, Viber and other documents.

To get started, download and install Android Data Recovery on your computer.

1. Run it and choose Gallery file type which contains your lost photos information.
2. Connect your Android to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
3. Start to scan your lost pictures on Android. This will take a few minutes.
4. Preview the scanning result and selectively recover photos you need.

Monday, April 10, 2017

[Solved Problem]My Android Can Not Connect to PC

Recently we have received many emails from Android users complaining that they can not find their Android phones or tablets on PC via USB cable. They report this USB connection problem when they try to connect Android to PC. They can not transfer the Android data or perform an Android data recovery without the recognition by computer.

Can your Android show up on PC?
Can your Android connect to the computer?
Can the computer recognize your Android?

It is possible for everyone to encounter these issues in our daily life. To prevent from getting into this kind of trouble, you may probably have interest in this tutorial.

Actually there are some different symptoms of Android USB connection problems. We will list a few of them below:
  • Your Android is recognized by PC but you can not access its storage. That means the USB connection doesnt work properly.
  • You can not find your Android after plugging it into the computer. That means the USB cable is connected but your Android is not detected by PC.
  • Your can not access your Android data after plugging it into the computer due to the failure to install proper Android drivers.

Part 1: For Improperly-Working USB Cables
Check and switch another USB Cable
Check your USB cable first. It can not work properly if it is damaged. In addition, some USB cables are only used for charging not connecting. So you need change another one to try in this situation.

Part 2: For Undetected Android Devices
Option 1: Restart your Android and PC
This may sound too simple but it does help in some cases. If your computer or Android has been used for a long time without restarting, they might be overloaded to some degree.

Option 2: Update Your PC
If your computer doesnt recognize your Android, it may due to the outdated Windows system. The old Windows system wont detect any Android devices sometimes. So try to upgrade your computer system.

Go to Control Panel -> Select System and Security -> Choose Windows Update to check for updates.

Option 3:Upgrade Your Android
Do you have the latest Android system? There might be some bus in the old versions and make your Android undetected. So this recognition problem may probably disappear after upgrading the newest Android system.

Go to your Android Settings -> Open About phone -> Choose System updates or Software updates-> Click Check now -> Tap Restart & install.

Note: Before you upgrade your Android system, youd better backup your device in advance to prevent from the unexpected data loss. Or you may need a data recovery software for Android.

Option 4: Turn On The Debugging Mode
We already have an article focusing on how to enable the USB debugging on Android, so we wont duplicate these details here.

Part 3: For Installing Android USB Driver
In fact, your computer system will automatically install a USB driver for your plugged-in device. However, there are many limitations to install it successfully due to the various features among different devices. So at this time, you need uninstall the previous USB drivers and install a proper one. Here we will provide some USB drivers for Android.

  • USB Driver for Popular Android Brands

  • USB Driver for New Android Brands

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Recover Deleted Music Files from Android

Music is an important entertainment in our daily life. Most of us have stored many pieces of music in smart phones. Then we can carry them anywhere. However, due to some unexpected reasons, we may suffer the data loss. Here in this article, we will offer some tips on how to recover deleted music files from Android phones and tablets.

There are many reasons you may lose your music files on your Android, including songs and audio files.

  • Sometimes, you mistakenly delete all files instead of some.
  • Sometimes, your Android might be attacked by virus.
  • Sometimes, your Android might be crashed by updating the system.
  • Sometimes, you might factory reset your Android without backing it up.

All these situations you may encounter in your everyday life, so you probably need to learn how to backup and restore lost music files from Android.

Tips on Backing up Music Files on Android
A basic Dropbox account is free and comes with 2GB of storage. All you need to sign up is an email address and a pocket full of dreams (pocket full of dreams is optional). Visit Dropbox.com, enter your name, email and a password and you're on your way.
2GB isn't exactly a ton of storage, so you may want to download music to your computer as you transfer more into your Dropbox folder.
Here's how to intstall Dropbox on your Android:

Search Dropbox app through Google Play - > Launch it on your device -> Create an account -> Tap Sign in.

Now you can upload files, create folders, take photos to upload, and a lot more, you just press the big + button. To add your music to your Dropbox folder, just select Audio from the list of options that pops up.

Tips on Recovering Music Files on Android
If you do not have a backup files of your Android music and audios, you can not miss this part. Till now, there is only one way to retrieve deleted music files from Android - that is using a third-party software. There are many choices for you in the market. You need select a professional and reliable one as a helper, for example, Yolisoft Android Phone Recovery.


1. Download and run it on your PC or Mac.
2. Choose Audio to continue which contains music and audio information.
3. Connect your Android phones or tablets to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
4. Start to scan, preview the scanning result and selectively restore what you need.

Features of Android Phone Recovery Tool
  • Recover lost music and audio files both from Android internal memory and SD card.
  • Recover music and audios from Android, as well as other data like contacts, photos, videos, text messages, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages, call logs and etc.
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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

How to Recover Deleted Files from Android SD Card

Nowadays according to the needs from some Android users of storing big data, most Android phones or tablets have been designed with a slot for SD card. Then it is possible for you to save more photos, contacts, videos, text messages, apps or other data on your Android. However, sometimes you may encounter the annoying data loss without warning.

Do you have the habit of backing up your Android? If yes, you can directly recover deleted files from SD card on your device. If no, you still have chance to get them back. If you have interest in Android SD card recovery, you cant miss this article.

Recover Deleted Files from Android SD Card
It is easy for you undelete lost data on Android if you have a backup file. So here we only focus on how to recover deleted Android data from SD card with no backup.

1. Find one reliable software through Google search.
2. Download and run this software on your computer.
3. Follow its instructions to continue.
4. Scan, preview and recover.

1. You need identify your device by connecting it to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
2. You can choose files types according to your needs. Only choosing what you need can save a lot of time for scanning and restoring.

There are many Android data recovery tools you can choose. You must select a professional one to protect your personal information. Here we recommend Yolisoft Android Phone Recovery which is an all-in-one software.


  • It recovers files both from Android internal memory and SD card.
  • It recover most Android data like contacts, text messages, photos, videos, audios, call logs, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages and other documents.
  • It recover lost files from Android due to factory reset, deletion, broken screen, system upgrade, virus attack and etc.
  • You are allowed to preview the scanning result and only mark what you want to selectively recover.

Note: Protect Your SD Card on Android
  • Do not remove a SD card while turning on or off your device.
  • Do not remove a SD card while saving or viewing a picture.

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Monday, February 13, 2017

How to Recover Deleted Texts on Android without A Computer

Android phones and tablets are holding the majority of smart phone market. There are popular brands like Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, HUAWEI, Motorola and etc. As a basic use of smart phones, texting messages plays an important role in users daily life.

So the Android users might encounter the data loss problem for example losing texts. It will be a little easier to retrieve lost text messages on Android if you already have backed them up. If not, you probably need a third-party software to help you out.

Many people want to find some convenient way to recover deleted or lost texts on Android without using a computer. Here this article will give you some advice.

Option 1: GT Data Recovery
GT Data Recovery is an application you can find in Google Play.
Go to Google Play to download GT Recovery -> run this app on your Android and press Recover SMS -> it will automatically scan your deleted SMS -> after scanning finishes you can selectively recover the deleted text messages on Android.

Option 2: Undeleter
Undeleter is also an application you can download in Google Play.
Go to Google Play to download Undeleter -> run this app on your Android and choose SMS to restore.

If these two ways can not help you as you wish, you may need try some third-party software on your computer. Of course, in this way you must depend on a computer. Then you need choose one reliable in the software market. For example, you can try Yolisoft Android Phone Recovery.


  • It can help you recover deleted or lost Android data like text messages, photos, contacts, call logs, videos, audios, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages and other documents.
  • It allows you to preview the scanning result and selectively recover what you mark.
  • It also allows you to export the recovered SMS as CSV or HTML format.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

How to Recover Hangouts Messages on Android

Many Android users prefer to use Hangouts to keep in touch with their friends and family. With Hangouts, you can have a one-on-one conversation or a group chat with the whole gang, turn any conversation into a free video call with just one tap, and make calls from your Android.

It is convenient to use Hangouts, but losing messages must be an annoying thing. Some people have the habit of backing up their phone or tablet. But data loss always happen unexpectedly, so we need to learn something useful to prevent data loss from Android. This article will give you some advice on how to recover deleted Hangouts messages on Android.

Method 1: Find Hangouts Messages in Gmail
Your Hangouts history must be turned on for Gmail to automatically save your chats. You can also search for Google Voice text messages and voicemails, if you've turned on Google Voice in Hangouts. If you use Inbox by Gmail, you can temporarily return to Gmail to search or browse for Hangouts chats.

Steps to Get Back Hangouts Messages on Android
1. Search for Hangouts Messages in Gmail
  • Open Gmail on your computer. You need log in with the same account you use for Hangouts.
  • Type in:chats on the top.
  • Click search button. The Hangouts messages will be marked with a Hangouts icon.

2. Browse Hangouts Messages in Gmail
  • Sing in your Gmail account on computer.
  • Tap More at the bottom of your Gmail label list on the left side of the page.
  • Select Chats, you will see a list of all your Hangouts chat history that you saved.
  • Find the Hangouts you want to read and click to open it.

Note: Messages from one contact may be saved as multiple conversation threads. You can label and star your Hangouts messages, just like labels and stars for emails.

Method 2: Recover Hangouts Messages on Android with Recovery Tool
There are many Android data recovery tools in the software market. Choosing a professional one is needed. You can try Yolisoft Android Data Recovery. It is an all-in-one data recovery tool for Android. It supports to retrieve lost contacts, photos, videos, call logs, audios, especially messages, like text messages, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages.


1. Download and run it on your PC or Mac.
2. Select Messaging file type which contains the messages information.
3. Connect your Android to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
4. Start to scan, preview the listed scanning result and selectively recover what you need.