“I have enabled Developer options but can not enable USB debugging on my Android phone. When I connected my device to pc, the USB debugging was not working. I need to recover deleted photos from device to PC, how can I do that if USB debugging fails?”
You may come across the situation that your computer doesn’t recognize your Android phone when you connect it to your PC. In this case, you can’t read any data on your computer. Various reasons are possible to lead to this such as a hardware error on your Android phone, computer or the USB cable; the settings being wrong also result in this non-recognition of your PC.
USB Debugging is critical to access and manage your Android data. It establishes a direct connection between an Android device and a computer and readies it for deeper-level actions. For example, getting into USB debugging mode is necessary when you have to retrieve contacts, messages, photos, videos and other personal data on your Android device. Only after enabling the USB debugging can you recover or transfer the data on your device. But what should we do if the USB debugging is not working?
Broken Android Data Recovery enables you to recover lost data from Android when USB debugging is not working. Moreover, it can recover lost files even if your Android suffered from other situations: black screen, dead, water-damaged, touch screen can not be used, etc. Data like contacts, text messages, pictures, videos, music, call history, WhatsApp messages, and more, can easily be recovered and no complicated steps.
Step 1.Install and Run Broken Android Data Recovery on PC
To get started, launch the Broken Android Data Recovery program on your computer after downloading and installing. You will enter in the main interface of the program where there are several modes for you to choose. Select the “Android Broken Data Recovery” option.
Step 2.Select the Files Type to Scan
Choose the type of files you need to recover, including contacts, messaging, call history, WhatsApp messages & attachments, gallery, audio, video and documents. Just tick the types you need and go on.
Step 3.Choose the Fault Type
Next, the program will request to know exactly what is wrong with your Android phone. There are two options provided, “1.Touch cannot be used or cannot enter the system” and “2.Black screen (or the screen is broken)”. If the USb debugging is not working,you need to choose the first mode.
Confirm your device name and model in the next window.
Step 4.Enter your Android device into Download Mode
Hold your Android in hand and enter download mode as below: 1. Power off Android. 2. Press “Home”, “Power” and “Volume-” at the same time. 3. Press “Volume+”.
It will start downloading recovery package, please wait.
Step 5.Recover Data from Android without USB Debugging Enabled
After analysis and scanning, all the files on the device will be displayed in the resultant window. Select data you want and click “Recover” button to restore data from your Android phone without USB debugging enabled.
You should back up data from Android to computer regularly, preventing data loss. The program supports Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Huawei P8/P9, Oppo R9/R7, and more.
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