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How to Recover Data from Android Internal Storage

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The internal storage of Android devices is often underestimated and can be a much more useful than you first might think. For example, if your device's storage is almost full and you're unaware of why that is, then the chances are that your Android's internal storage is taking up a lot of your storage space. If that's the case, then you'll probably want to clear as much of the internal data on your device as possible. However, today we will be focusing on the opposite aspect of this. Rather, we are going to focus on how you can recover data from Android internal storage so that you have access to it once again. So without further ado, let's jump right in.

Android Internal Storage – What is it?

Before we get into the methods themselves, let's answer a question that you're probably wondering as you read it. Your Android device contains a small piece of hardware within itself, known as Internal Storage. The sole purpose of this piece of hardware is to store data.

The thing worth noting here is that while this piece of hardware stores data such as text messages, photos that you've taken or have been sent, if you delete data or accidentally remove them from your device they will still be on the internal memory until it is overwritten. That is why if you do accidentally delete something which is valuable to you, the best thing to do is turn off your device until you get home and are able to recover the data. This way you will not accidentally overwrite the data by storing more data.

Using FoneLab for Android to Recover Data from Android Internal Storage

With the use of this incredibly helpful program, you are able to recover any data that you once thought you had lost, from your device in just a matter of minutes. When it comes to finding the right recovery program for the job, it's important that you keep your personal data in mind. There are a lot of programs which use your unfortunate circumstance to recover personal data from the device, and this is something which FoneLab for Android fights against and therefore, it isn't an issue with this method.

Step #1 – The first thing to do is ensure that you have downloaded and installed the FoneLab program. Once you have it installed, go ahead and launch it.

Step #2 – Before you continue with this method, connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable.

Note: additionally, it's important if that if your device does not have USB debugging mode enabled, that you enable the mode.

Step #3 – Back on FoneLab, you will then be prompted to select the different types of data that you'd like to be scanned for. Select the types of data that you'd like to be recovered and click on the “Next” button.


Step #4 – After the scan is complete, you will be displayed with all of the data that has been recovered from your Android internal storage. Browse the different types of data using the left panel and select the data that you'd like to have recovered.

Step #5 – Once you have selected all of the data that you'd like to recover, click on the “Recover” button at the bottom right of the program.


Step #6 – Within a few minutes, all of the data that you had chosen will once again be available. You will be able to access it from your computer and will be able to restore it to your device.

Almost everyone has experienced data loss in one way or another, even if it's something as small as accidentally deleting a photo from your library. However, everyone experiences it in different ways and for some, losing a lot of data can be an upsetting experience. For that reason alone, it's important that you know how to recover data from Android internal storage.

How to Enable USB Debugging Mode

If you are unsure on how to enable USB debugging mode in order to fulfill the method above, then follow the steps below to do so.

Step #1 – Take your Android device and head over to your “Settings” menu, followed by tapping on the “About” menu.

Step #2 – Scroll down the About menu until you locate the “Build number”. Tap on the Build number 7 times, then head back to the main Settings menu.

Step #3 – You will now notice that “Developer options” has now appeared. Simply tap on this option, enabled these options, and tap on the “USB debugging” option to enable it.

Enabling USB debugging mode is useful for several different methods which is why it's a very useful feature to have enabled on your Android device.

Other Features of FoneLab

While today we focused on how you can recover data from your Android device's internal storage, the FonaLab program has much more to offer. This includes:

  • Has your phone suffered from water damage and you've lost data? If that's the case, then you are able to use FoneLab to recover any of the data that you have lost.
  • When it comes to compatibility, there is no need to worry. FoneLab is compatible with a variety of Android devices including Samsung, Sony, Motorola, Huawei, and is compatible with both mobile phones and tablets.
  • FoneLab can recover several different types of data making it a very effective program for data recovery. No matter what type of data you want to recover, FoneLab can get the job done.
  • FoneLab is the most user-friendly and quickest program on the market.

So as you can see, when it comes to being able to recover data from Android internal storage, FoneLab for Android is the program that you want to use. For the best result possible and making sure that no data is corrupted in the process, FoneLab is what you want to use.

This post was last modified on June 7, 2017 8:29 am

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