How to Recover Deleted and Lost Data from Huawei P20/Pro

March 30, 2018
It is believed that many Internet users are full of expectation for the Huawei P20. At present, the network has exposed a lot of information about the it, especially the appearance design. It is worth mentioning that now the foreign media WinFuture has brought new information, revealing that the Huawei P20 will cancel the design of the MicroSD memory card expansion slot. Equipped with capacity of 4000 mah battery, the leica rear double perturbation (improved) in terms of image stabilization effect and HDR function, equipped with six inches full screen, and the two have 6 gb / 8 gb of memory is optional, carrying kirin 970 processor. Do you like such a powerful phone? Its performance and appearance will elevate your life to another level. Why not?
Have you heard about a recent discussion among mobile phone users? That's how they find the data they've deleted from their phones! So worry that if you buy a Huawei P20 you will have the same trouble, right? Don't worry. I have a solution to this problem. Just download a piece of software in your Huawei P20. It's called Huawei Data Recovery. The software can recover deleted data from android phones. It is suitable for Windows 10/8/7 and macOS Sierra/macOS systems, is the best tool to recover deleted data. In addition, Huawei Data Recovery- Android Data Recovery has other utility functions. For example, it supports a large number of mobile phones and a lot of data. Whether it's messages, video, audio, documents, or phone records, it can be used to complete the recovery process in just a few minutes. This is also the function of its high-speed recovery data. Just a few minutes, sligtly click, and your data will be recovered. You might ask, is the data restored in a few minutes? Is it complete? I can promise you here. 100 percent guarantee your data integrity. And in the process, your data will not be leaked or lost. In fact, this Android data manager will only read your Android data. In other words, you are the only one who can accept it. This means that your privacy will be perfectly protected.
Now that the problem has been solved. Let me introduce its usage. You will also be able to equip your new Huawei P20 with the software Huawei Data Recovery. Let's use Huawei P20 as an example.



Directly Restore Deleted and Lost Files from Huawei P20/P20 Pro

Step 1. Connect your Huawei P20 or Huawei P20 Pro to PC with a USB cable. Also, download and run the software on your computer. Then select "Android Data Recovery" and it will automatically detect your phone.

If the software fails to detect your phone, you will have to enable USB debugging mode on your phone until it detects your phone.

Step 2. When you detect your Huawei P20/P20 Pro, a computer screen pops up. You just have to select the data that you want to recover from. For example, if you want to restore a deleted call record, you can click on the "call record". Click "next" to start scanning your phone's phone records.

You can then see a window. During the scan, your phone also automatically owns the software. If you still haven't found your Huawei P20/P20 Pro, then you have to use "ROOT" or your own manual ROOT Android phone. But usually you can detect your phone!

Step 3. Once the scan is complete, you can click the call record to see the details in the right window. Select the application information you want to restore, click "Recover", and the data will be saved to your phone. In addition, you should keep your phone and computer switched on during recovery, otherwise you will fail.

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