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Old January 16, 2011, 09:50 PM
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Does anyone know how a good program to recover deleted files? Basically I had some files backed up using Titanium Backup on my computer for my Galaxy S, but I stupidly deleted it in the Recycle Bin, and now I need to recover them so I can restore the data using Titanium Backup.
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Old January 16, 2011, 10:08 PM
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Recuva - Undelete, Unerase, File and Disk Recovery - Free Download

Never used it but I hear it's one of the better freeware programs. Besides, you should get working on recovering it fast, last thing you want is for random Windows disk thrashing to overwrite the sector the file was in.
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Old January 17, 2011, 04:10 PM
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Doesn't look like I can recover the files. There goes my angry birds, Unblock me free, etc. :(
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Does anyone know how a good program to recover deleted files? Basically I had some files backed up using Titanium Backup on my computer for my Galaxy S, but I stupidly deleted it in the Recycle Bin, and now I need to recover them so I can restore the data using Titanium Backup.
If you are still looking for a program to recover your files I can suggest GetDataBack.
I was able to recover every single file (including folders structure) from accidentally formatted drive.
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I recommend GetDataBack for NTFS too. Best purchase ever for me. I was able to recover almost everything on a 2TB HDD with the directories and filenames intact after the MBR or MFT (don't remember the correct term) and its backup got corrupted.

Otherwise there's PhotoRec that's free but it might recover less files and it will probably not recover the directories and filenames. That's what I tried first before GetDataBack but it was too much of a mess (very close to impossible) to try to sort 2TB of unnamed files.
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Thanks for your recommendations, i am also searching for an program which can be helpful in recovery of deleted files, it is good that you people give me advice to download these programs. Can i download them for free.

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Old January 31, 2012, 01:35 AM
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You can use Data Recovery Software in order to recover your lost or deleted files from the system. With the help of the software you can be able to recover audio, video, picture and document from the memory card. A month ago, I accidentally deleted some of my important pictures and video from my memory card. Later, my friend suggested me to use Remo Recover (Windows) - Media software from which I was able to get back all of my deleted data back. You can also recover files from corrupted SD card. You can download the demo version and just check for the recovery results.
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+1 for getdataback

the best i have used

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