Every youth today wish to own an Android phone. It is not only the features of the phone that makes it famous, but also its attractive looks. Android phones are known for its huge application and games support. There are large brands of Android phones currently available in the market. Among these phones Sony has gained a huge popularity. Sony Xperia J is one of the Android Smartphone that is well-liked and gained lot of positive reviews by the Android users.
Sony Xperia J comes with 5 MP camera and 1 GHZ processor. Including this it also includes a slim looks and easy interface for usage. Due to these features large number of users prefer owning this phone. Sometimes as a result of human or software error, you might lose your files different locations of your phone. Such files might be very valuable to you and losing it can a disastrous situation. Don’t get worried!! You can make use of Remo Recover software to perform data recovery from Sony Xperia J Android. This software is designed with a team of special experts in recovery to retrieve Sony Xperia J data back safe and sound. Files from Sony Xperia J can be lost on account of different scenarios. Let us discuss some of them
Accidental formatting: Drive formatting is helpful in many ways. Although, there are certain situations, wherein formatting proves to be a data disaster. You may accidentally place your hands on the format option on the SD card of your Android phone. Due to this all the files saved on your Sony Xperia J phone gets deleted resulting in huge amount of data loss.
Virus infection: Virus is the most common culprits which cause data loss from the storage drive it infects. When this virus enters your Sony Xperia J Smartphone, it may infect the files saved on the Android phone and destroy them. In certain cases, it deletes the file itself from the given location.
Factory Reset: Factory Reset option is provided every Android, to help users to resume the phone to normal, if any problem is causing abnormal functionality behavior. This option resets the phone to the same state as it was when shipped from the factory. However, this process can cause deletion of files which you had saved after purchasing Sony Xperia J phone.
Fact behind file recovery:
Earlier, due to lack of technology, file recovery was considered to be impossible. People would assume if you delete a file by mistake, it is gone forever. But now as the technology is so advanced, file recovery is made possible. During file deletion, the OS only removes the file pointer and file still remains in the storage device in the same location. You can make use of specialized software to restore such files easily. However, you must keep in mind not to overwrite the location with a new file, or else you will be losing the file permanently.
Remo Recover is one such powerful tool that enables you to recover data from Sony Xperia J without any harm on your Windows system. You can utilize this software on all major versions of Android that are popular today. This tool also equips a preview functionality that enables user to view the restored files before you save it back to a safe location.
This software can be executed easily on different Windows system such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows server 2003 and 2008, Windows 7 and 8 and so on. You are also given an option to save the restored files to any storage device. Experience the real time working of the software using the demo version. Later save your recovered files by purchasing the full version.
Steps to restore Sony Xperia J using Remo Recover: -
Step 1: Establish a connection between your Sony Xperia J phone and the Windows computer and wait for it to be detected.
Figure A: Detecting Device
Step 2: Select either “Recover Deleted Files” or “Recover Lost Files” according on your scenario from main screen.
Figure B: Main Screen
Step 3: Proceed and select the Sony Xperia J drive and click “Next” button to begin scanning process.
Figure C: Select Acer Liquid S2
Step 4: View the recovered and restore it to a safe location after the scan.
Figure D: List of Recovered Data