Here, we take a Samsung Android phone as an example. Connect it to your computer, and run the program. Then you'll get the interface below.
You need to enable USB debugging on your Android phone. According to the Android OS version running on your device, choose a way to enable it.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" > Click "Applications" > Click “Development" > Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" > Click "About Phone" > Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" > Back to "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
After enabling the USB debugging, you'll get the window as follows. Click "Start" to analyze your device.
The analyzing process will consume you a few seconds. After that, an application – Super user Request will pop up on your device's screen. Click "Allow" to let the scan continue. Then click "Start" on the program's window to scan your device.
When the scan completes, you'll get the scan result. Choose those you want to recover and click "Recover" to preserve them on your computer.
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