Android Data Recovery
Troubleshooting:Fix Recuva Deep Scan Stuck and No Data Found
Recuva software frozen and stuck in the deep scan process might be error that most users complained. Recuva will offer you deep scan option when you cannot find the target files in the quick scanning result. Deep scan is a far more thorough method, which takes a lot longer to search for deleted, corrupted, even overwritten files on your drive.
- Part 1. Why No Deleted Files Found in Recuva Deep Scan Result
- Part 2. How to Perform Deep Scan Lost Files Recovery
Graphics: BMP, JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF
Microsoft Office 2007: DOCX, XLSX, PPTX
Microsoft Office (pre-2007): DOC, XLS, PPT, VSD
OpenOffice: ODT, ODP, ODS, ODG, ODF
Audio: MP3, MP2, MP1, AIF, WMA, OGG, WAV, AAC, M4A
Video: MOV, MPG, MP4, 3GP, FLV, WMV, AVI
Archives: RAR, ZIP, CAB
Other file types: PDF, RTF, VXD, URL
Step 1 Choose Lost Data Types
Run the Data Recovery on your PC or Mac, various types of data that recoverable are shown in the main interface, including photos, videos, audio, email, documents and more. Select the one you want to restore and hit Next to move to next step.
Step 2 Select Where Data Get Lost/Deleted
Select a common location on PC/Mac or connect the external hard drive or SSD via SATA cable to the computer, you can recover deleted files from whatever devices you want. If you don't know well where the lost data stored, you can choose Whole Computer option.
Step 3 Preview and Recover Lost Data
Click into the Deep Scan column, you can preview the files in the scanning result. You can check the file name, size, path, created date, modified date as well as status, which shows if it's intact or not. Hit the Recover button to finish recovery.
From the above, you may know how useful Data Recovery is. If you freak out with Recuva, why just give it a shot to Data Recovery?