When connecting an Android device to a computer we can choose what type of connection we want. We will see a dialog similar to the following on the mobile screen, where we can choose to convert it to a disk drive or something similar.
After clicking ‘Done’, the PC will have a new disk to search for information. If we run Recuva now, we can choose the newly found disk as the destination, in my case ‘F’.
After a few minutes of exploration, the program offers us a list of all the Data Recovery Services files found as “deleted” and indicates a series of information, such as its status, the last date it was modified or the path where it was originally found.
If the state is ‘Unrecoverable’, we can do nothing to rescue it, but with any other state we can have a chance to save it.