The LG Optimus L7 II smartphone, launched at MWC 2013, has caught a lot attention since its debut. Though smooth and fast as the phone is, some problems might arise during daily usage. As a LG Optimus L7 II user yourself, have you ever found yourself fallen into the following situations:
If you did have been in these situations, then you certainly need some aids on this. Don't worry though, the one thing you should know is that all the deleted files are still somewhere on your phone as long as you haven't overwritten the space with new data. All you need to do to get your files back is to run this software called Android Data Recovery for Windows. It can recover contact, SMS, call history, photos and videos on your LG phone. For Mac users, you need to turn to Card Data Recovery for Mac which supports data recovery for photos, videos, songs and documents.
Since our readers might be using Windows system or Mac computer, this guide will be divided into two sections, one for Windows users and the other for Mac users. To follow the instructions, you will need to download the right version of Data Recovery software for your LG phone.
Now let me show you how to use this software to recover deleted data from HTC Droid DNA in Windows step by step:
Step 4: Choose the files you want to recover and click "Recover", and save the files on your PC.
There you go, successfully recovered the photos, contacts, text messages etc. you needed. Now you can go and transfer your recovered files to wherever you want.
If you are a Mac user and own a LG Optimus L7 II, when you want to recover certain files like photos, videos, music and other files, Card Data Recovery for Mac is definitely a good option for you.
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Following the instruction should ensure your lost photos, contacts, text messages on your LG Optimus L7 II back, and if you have a Nokia Lumia 920 or Google Nexus 4 with the same situation, please click on How to Recover Deleted Data from Nokia Lumia 920 or How to Recover Delete Files from Nexus 4.