Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Android 5.0 Lollipop Update, 4 Things You Need to Know.

Since the initial Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop released, we started to hear more about Google’s new update in the few weeks. As expected, Android 5.0 Lollipop brings a slew of new features, like its more tangible interaction, fluid material design with purposeful motion, more ways for security, etc. More and more Android users cannot wait to update their devices. Though, Android 5.0 Lollipop received lots of praise, something you still need to know before upgrading your Android devices.




Your Android device can get Android 5.0 Lollipop?


Android 5.0 Lollipop has started rolling out to a great number of devices already. You need to know if your device is available for upgrading. Here is a list of most phone which can get Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Google Nexus 4/5/6/7/9/10, Motorola E/G/X/G(2014)/X(2014)/Droid Turbo, HTC One/One M7/One M8(by February 3rd, 2015 )/Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/Note 4/Note 3/Note 2/S5, LG G3 and some of Sony Xperia Z series will get at the beginning of 2015. Is your device can get Android 5.0 Lollipop now? So if those "90-day" manufacturers stick to their word, you could see be seeing Android Lollipop on your device before the end of January. The final code was delivered to OEMs on November 3rd.


What Common problems of Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade?


While a lot of the chatter among Android users was good, we also heard about some of the Android 5.0 Lollipop problems affecting various users. Including Wi-Fi issues, battery issues, lagging and crashing, video playback problem. Every new system has bug to be fixed in the beginning. As the list of Android 5.0 Lollipop problems grew, so did the pressure for Google to release an Android 5.0.1 Lollipop bug fix update to alleviate some of these initial problems.


Did you have your data backed up before the upgrade?


Android users who have already upgraded their devices, over 50% backed their data before the upgrade. Around 5% users who didn’t back up their data caused problem of data loss after updating to Android 5.0 Lollipop. As we all known, it is common issue that you may fail the update. Thus, the first thing to do is backing up data on your device and keep your data for security. Once you lost data during the upgrade, at least you have a backup files for recovery.


What if you failed Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade?


If by any chance that you failed Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade, the most important thing you care about may be getting back valuable data on your device. If you have available backup, restoring data after Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade is not a big deal. However, as I said above, over half Android users don’t regularly back up their data, even they are having their device upgraded. In that case, an Android Data Recovery program may help you recover data from Android phone. Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery is recommended here. It is specially designed to restore data including text messages, photos, history logs, contacts, musics, videos, and more on Android Phone without backups.

Friday, December 26, 2014

How to Recover Data from Android Devices with Android Data Recovery

Android, the world's most popular mobile platform, which is used everywhere, by every type of customer. That's why Android phone powers hundreds of millions of users in more than 190 countries around the world. Everyday, we add new data and delete old data on our phone. However, many Android users experience the data loss of Android phone due to various kinds of reasons, like factory reset (Device Reset), system crash, ROM flashing, deleting data accidentally, new system upgrade, stuck in black/white screen of death, locking by forgotten password, and virus attack etc. It's really a disaster that important data lost forever. Is there any way to restore deleted data from Android Phone? The good news is that there is an Android Data Recovery programs specially designed to solve the problem of data loss on Android phone/tablet.


Key Features of Android Data Recovery:



  • Support wide variety of Android Phone, like Samsung Galaxy S5, S4, S3, S3 mini, Note 2, Note 3, Note 4, HTC One, LG, Sony, Motorola, ZET, Huawei, etc. Meanwhile, it compatible with all version of Android OS including the latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
  • Allows you restore various kinds of files, including contacts, photos, text messages, call logs, videos, musics, and other documents.
  • Selectively preview and retrieve data from Android. All data found can be restored directly.
  • Simple to use and risk-free. You can recover deleted data with a few clicks.


Step By Step Tutorial:



  • Step 1.Download and install Android Phone Recovery. An Android Data Recovery program  highly recommended here is Jihosoft, which is specially dedicate to android data recovery tools.






  • Step 2.Connect your Android device to computer via USB. Then double click the icon to run Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery. It will automatically detect your device.(keep your device open)





  • Step 3.Enable USB debugging on your Android device(optional). If you have already enabled USB debugging, just discard this step. 




You may want to learn how to enable USB debugging on your Android device.
  • Step 4.Analyze and scan data on you Android device. After enabling USB debugging, simply hit the button "Opened? Next....", and then tap "Start" to analyze and scan data on your device.





  • Step 5.Selectively preview and restore data on Android. In this step, you will see all data found on your device displayed on the scanning result. Click them one by one to choose what you want to retrieve. Finally, hit the button "Recover" to get lost data back. You can save them wherever you want on computer. 




 

More tips and tricks you need to know:



  • When you delete data on your Android device, it isn't really erased- it continues existing. That's why we can restore deleted files. Deleting a file's pointer and marking its space as available is an extremely fast operation. In contrast, actually erasing a file by overwriting its data takes significantly longer. For example, if you're deleting a 1 GB file, that would be near-instantaneous. To actually erase the file's contents, it may take several minutes – just as long as if you were writing 1 gigabytes of data to your Android device. In that case, once you accidentally lost files, you'b better stop using your device to avoid overwriting and permanently loss.
  • If by any chance that this Android Data Recovery program cannot identify your Android device after enabling USB debugging, reconnect it and try again. Keeping an eye on the screen of your Android device, you'll get a pop-up message. Just click "OK" to allow USB debugging.
  • Don't disconnect your device in the process of recovery and you better connect one Android device at a time to avoid the unnecessary connection troubles.