This app scans and recovers deleted files from memory cards and internal storage on rooted devices. Undeleter can come in handy if you accidentally erase photos and videos, or want some old tunes to listen to on the go. Unerase them in minutes, on any rooted Android device!
Translation project: https://crowdin.com/project/undeleter-for-root-users
Undeleter version 3 has a new UI and supports all volume formats, including EXT4, RFS and FAT. Join the Google Plus community to discuss the new features and get help from us and our users: https://plus.google.com/communities/113775337370180900364
• Unerase files from formatted or corrupted memory
• Restore deleted files from any type of volume - internal storage, SD card, OTG mount
• Recover documents, pictures, video, music, archives and binaries
• Save restored files directly to Dropbox and Google Drive
For free, the app will restore all image files. Unlock to undelete any supported file type, remove adverts and enable background scanning.
Unlike your mac, windows and linux computer, which save files to a recycle bin, thereby taking up space and constantly using system resources, Undeleter examines the disk itself for files that have been irrevocably deleted, and only scans for these files when you need to.
FILE TYPES: Journal scanning can discover files with any conceivable extension. Essentially these files are still on your volume with their data in allocated sectors.
Deep scan heuristically scans and recovers the following types of files: BMP, JPEG/JPG, PNG, MNG, JNG, GIF, MP4, AVI, MKV, MP3, OGG, OGM, WAV, FLAC, AMR, MP4A, PDF, SXD, SXI, SXC, SXW, ODT,ODG, ODS, ODP, DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, ZIP, JAR, APK.
This list will be expanded in the future to include other kinds of files.
For a good tutorial on how to use this app, look here: http://nexus5.wonderhowto.com/how-to/recover-deleted-files-photos-android-0157040/
NOTE: Some files that are discovered during a scan may fail to recover as the data can be corrupted beyond repair, just like desktop based solutions. Similarly, files that are recovered may fail to open or play back due to fragmentation. Try to save the restored files and transfer them to your desktop, where more robust, error-tolerant applications may be able to open them.
ROOT/SUPERUSER PERMISSIONS require that you modify the operating system on your device, visit our website for more information: http://fahrbot.co.uk/root
ACCOUNT PERMISSIONS are needed for Google Drive and Dropbox
If you have any questions, write to us at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org