Thursday, January 11, 2018

How To Recover Samsung Data Without USB Debugging

Summary:Your Samsung phone screen broken or damaged? This article will tell you how to recover lost or deleted data from Samsung phone without USB debugging with the help of Broken Samsung Data Extraction software.

What is USB Debugging?

USB debugging is a way to enable the connection between an Android device and a computer, so that you can access your Android device and even move data from your Android device to computer. Normally, you can enable USB debugging on Android phone easily with a few steps. But if there are something wrong with your Android phone, such as broken screen or phone damage, you can't access the phone settings to enable the USB debugging. So, you just wonder if it is possible to recover a Samsung phone without USB debugging.For example you have to enable USB debugging mode when you have to transfer data like pictures, video recording and other personal data from your Android device to PC.

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Can I Recover Android Data If USB Debugging Fails?

By default, in all the brand new device, the USB debugging mode is disabled in order to avoid accidental modifications on your device. But sometimes things happen and it happens unexpectedly and without any notice. If your phone gets locked due to forgotten screen lock PIN, password or pattern lock or phone screen gets broken with USB debugging off, on responding to any touch. Of course, USB debugging cannot be enabled. Just like the practical scenario mentioned-below:

Broken Android Data Extrication(Damaged Device) is a number 1 rated and perfect software to retrieve data from Android phones and tablets without USB Debugging. This software allow you to rescue data, when your Android device encounter disasters like broken screen, system crash, locked screen, virus infection, black screen, etc you still have chances to get back your files.

This Android Data Extraction is also known as Broken Phone Data Recovery tool and it allow you to recover data such as photos, contacts, SMS, whatsapp messages, videos, audio, call history, documents and more. It compatible with almost all Samsung Galaxy devices such as Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+, S7/S7 Edge, S6/S5/S4/S3/S2/Note 8/Note 6/Note 4, etc.

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Steps on Recover Data from Samsung without Enabling USB Debugging

Step 1. Run Broken Android Data Recovery on your computer

Install and launch the Broken Android Data Recovery on your computer. Use a USB wire to connect your Samsung device to the computer. Then, select the mode of "Broken Android Phone Data Extraction" in the left side of the screen.

Step 2. Select your phone model

If the connected Samsung device is broken due to black, broken or unresponsive touching screen, you can click "Start" button to confirm your phone's name and model, then go to next step.

But if your Android is crashed or something wrong in the Android OS, you might need to fix the Android to normal status for continuing. Here, you need to tick "Fix Device" and enter the next step.

Step 3. Get Phone into Download mode

Follow the onscreen prompts to enter the Download mode, then you can click "Start" button to begin scan for files or download firmware to fixing the system issues.

Step 4. Recover Deleted Data from Samsung without USB debugging

All contents in your Android will be scanned out. The results will be displayed in categories for your selection. Tick off the data types you want to get back and click the button of "Recover".

Note: If your Android is broken due to system issues, you need to use the Android Data Recovery to scan lost files again after the device returning to normal.

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