My friend's kid got ahold of my phone and accidentally deleted a very special video. I'm not sure if anything else was deleted, but I really just want the video back. I'm heartbroken. I hadn't backed up for a couple weeks, and this is unfortunately one of the few things that I didn't have a copy of. I have stopped using the phone so I can attempt data recovery. It's a Galaxy S3 on Verizon, SCH-I535MBB. I've tried several different programs, but every time I hook up to my PC, it connects as "installer" for about 60 seconds, then switches over to MTP, which causes the data recovery program to un-see the device. More research has led me to discover this is the result of KitKat, and I can no longer mount as a mass storage device. ??? I'm increasingly frustrated, as I am fairly certain the data is just sitting there to recover, but I can't access it because the computer is only seeing my phone as a media device. The phone is not rooted, but I don't mind doing it if that would help. If someone could give me step by step instructions for how to try data recovery for this, I would be incredibly appreciative. Or if someone can tell me how I can mount it as mass storage. Even if I can just get a clone or image of the drive, I could use computer software to look for the video. Thank you.