Restore Deleted Files With Undeleter 3 Beta App

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  1. DroidModderX

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    We have all been there. You are trying to free up some space on your 16GB Android device so you can install a cool new game, or just take a few pictures on your phone. You go on a deleting rampage just to realize that you accidentally deleted a super important image, or document. Its lost in the sea of dead files forever never to be seen again. That is until Undeleter came along. This app allows you to restore those important files with ease. The only caveat here is that your device must be rooted.

    The app was recently updated with an all new UI, and support for all volume types including FAT, EXT, RFS, and their derivatives. Features include restore any file that has not be written over, works with images/docs/video/music/archives/binaries, save files to dropbox or google drive. Head to the Play Store link below for the download.

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    Well I downloaded this and trying, but I guess it has to scan all your files on the storage you choose (Internal or sd card) before you get to the actual restoring files, it's been scanning my sd card for about 30-45mins now and it's only 18% lol
     
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    Any updates? I'm real interested to see how well this actually works. It's a shame unfortunately that it requires root. Wouldn't it be nice to buy a dongle that plugs into the phone and it allows you to pull down all your information right onto itself through the USB otg adapter features.
     
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    Well I would have tested it by now but when it finished three hours later, it didn't prompt me to do anything so I backed out of the app then when I went back in later to try, it wanted to re-scan my files again! So I gave up for now, will definitely have it tested by tonight though.
     
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    Omg. That sucks. Better luck next time.

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    A deep scan for deleted files with xxGB of storage can take some time. The lack of a prompt after the scan was complete is a little troublesome.