Yxtel G926 Recovery

Posted by: Leo Mccoy

Recover Yxtel G926


Yxtel G926 brief specs:

The Yxtel G926 is a low budget mobile phone operating on Android OS. It comes with 3.5 inch TFT screen and XP680 processor with a RAM memory of 256 MB. It has a decent 0.3 MP camera on both ends and includes other features like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Yxtel G926 is equipped with 512 MB of internal memory and a microSD slot expandable up to 16 GB.

If you’re an owner of Yxtel G926 and you are looking to perform Yxtel G926 recovery for lost data from its internal / external memory, well, you’re at the right place. We shall assist you to restore Yxtel G926 data in a very simple and efficient manner with the help of Remo Recover.

Performing Yxtel G926 restoration with the help of Remo Recover:

Remo Recover is a brilliant data recovery tool especially crafted for Android devices to help recover deleted / missing data. With Remo Recover, you can easily recover songs, photos, videos, documents, APK files and almost all files and folders that were deleted. Read on to know the causes for data deletion on your Android device and how to perform Yxtel G926 recovery using Remo Recover.

Causes for data deletion on your Android device:

There are umpteen reasons that can cause data deletion on your Android phone and its SD card. Some of the most common ones are mentioned here.

  • Virus or malware infection is one of the main reasons that causes data loss on any Android phone
  • Accidental file deletion or formatting your device due to any reasons
  • Receiving files or any other data from various devices that are infected with virus can cause damage to your phone’s data too
  • Ejecting and inserting the microSD card frequently can make the SD card to malfunction, which leads to data deletion on that SD card
  • Using your mobile or its SD card on multiple platforms like various media players, computers, etc. can cause data deletion from your Android phone
  • Bugs in the device’s operating system and other faulty apps are a reason to delete your files unintentionally
  • Any third party app like Antivirus trying to scan your device can delete any data that is found to be suspicious
  • Unknown reasons- There’s always a possibility that your device’s data is erased despite best care. These are unavoidable conditions and nothing much can be done to prevent it

You can perform Yxtel G926 recovery that is met with any of the above mentioned or similar scenarios with the help of Remo Recover- the ultimate data recovery tool for Android.

Yxtel G926 data recovery using Remo Recover:

When any data on your mobile phone or its SD card gets deleted due to any of the above mentioned or similar reasons, only the header of that file is modified. The modified header makes the deleted contents invisible to Android or any other system and displays the deleted content’s space as free memory available on that drive. But actually those files remain intact unless any other data is written on that free space. Here, Remo Recover scans the entire phone and its microSD card for any modified headers and re-modifies it and presents it in a way that those contents are accessible by Android and any other operating system. Hence, by using Remo Recover you retrieve Yxtel G926 data.

Steps to restore data on Yxtel G926 with the help of Remo Recover:

Step 1: Connect your Yxtel G926 to Windows system and wait until connection is established.

Yxtel G926 Restoration - Detecting Device

Figure A: Detecting Device

Step 2: Now select either of the options “Recover Deleted Files” or “Recover Lost Files” according to your scenario from main screen.

Recover Yxtel G926 - Main Screen

Figure B: Main Screen

Step 3: Select Yxtel G926 drive from where you want to recover data and click “Next” button to begin scanning process.

Restore Yxtel G926 - Select Acer Liquid S2

Figure C: Select Yxtel G926

Step 4: Once scanning process gets complete a list of recovered data is displayed in two types of views which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.

Yxtel G926 Recovery - List of Recovered Data

Figure D: List of Recovered Data