Hi..! I am in trouble...! There is no doubt that Android 4.0 ICS is a great version to install on your Android device, as it offers some superb features to make use of and makes your Android phone different, smart and best of the rest. But I messed up with it and lost my files, which are very very important to me. Right now I am in a state where I don’t know what to do and what not to do. But I somehow need to get those files back. So any sort of help or suggestions on how to recover files from Android 4.0 ICS is extremely valued. Thank you.
Above mentioned problem may look similar to the one you are facing. It’s very obvious to lose files from Android phones and devices, since these are still new to use. However the good thing is today engineers have developed dominant recovery software for Android using which Android users can easily restore files from Android 4.0 ics version.
Android OS versions are named in alphabetical order and after a dessert. Ice cream Sandwich is one among the list, which was a successor of Gingerbread. It got very popular and was used in many Android based devices soon after its launch. However there are many instances under which user may accidentally delete or lose files and other data. Next paragraph will discuss a real time scenario in which one may lose files from Android 4.0 Ice cream Sandwich.
Suppose in excitement you open many applications and files on your Android phone and due to this it gets stuck. You wait for some time and then you turn off the phone. But to your surprise when your Android phone gets started you find out that some of the files are missing. If you are somewhat technically good then you will soon realize that it was the abrupt termination of phone that caused loss of files. Besides this, other factors may be corruption of memory card, formatting unintentionally and use of reset factory option without confirming required backup.
Where to search for lost files on Android 4.0 ICS?
Unfortunately there is no particular folder or place where one can find lost files on Android 4.0 ICS. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t recover lost files from Android 4.0 ICS. Even though deleted / lost files are not visible, but still remains on the same location where it where suppose to be before. However recovery of files from Android 4.0 ICS is only possible if those are protected from getting overwritten. So it is strictly suggested not to use the Android device further, once you encounter data loss.
What to do?
It is recommended that you should go for lost Android 4.0 ICS file recovery as soon as possible and what’s better than Remo Recover. Yes..! In order to perform quick recovery of Android 4.0 ICS file Remo Recover is the ultimate choice as it is an award winning tool and completely trustworthy. Software ingeniously scans both the memories and helps you to retrieve files from Android 4.0 Ice cream Sandwich. Using its free edition you can check out the ability and features of Remo Recover as it will restore almost all type of files including application files that are saved in .apk extension, all that you need to do is connect your Android device to a Windows system and run the software.
Terrific traits of Remo Recover..!
Simple steps to recover files from Android 4.0 ICS!
Step 1: To perform file recovery from Android 4.0 ICS, first you have to download and install the demo version of Remo Recover Android on your Windows system and connect Android device. Launch the software to get home screen as shown in figure A. Here select "Recover Deleted Files" or "Recover Lost Files" option according to scenario.
Figure A: Home Screen
Step 2: Remo Recover Android software searchs and recognizes your Android device, a window will be displayed with detected Android device, as shown in figure B.
Figure B: Android Device Detected
Step 3: Now select the Android storage drive from the given list of drives as shown in figure C.
Figure C: Select Android Storage Drive
Step 4: Completeion of scanning process will display the list of files recovered from Android device that has 4.0 ICS version as shown in figure D.
Figure D: List of Restored Files