Basically, when you delete something from your Android, it isn’t truly deleted. It’s still on there, it's just hidden from your view. It’s kind of like when you move a file from your PC into the Recycle Bin - it’s not really deleted, because you can get it back if you want.
So, imagine you have an Android with 10GB of memory, but you’re only using 3GB. You could actually have up to 7GB of deleted data on the phone that you didn’t know about - and that’s a huge amount of texts and photos. Even 1GB of information is a lot.
One last thing - please be aware that recovering deleted info is extremely hard. You’ll get everything currently on the phone, plus deleted data, but we can’t guarantee that the deleted data you get is what you were looking for.
The recovery program is your best attempt to get the deleted info you need, but because of how difficult this is, we can’t offer a guarantee that you’ll get that specific photo or text you want.
• An Android phone running version 4.3 or earlier. According to Google, this is 92% of all existing Android phones.
• If the Android has a passcode, you must enter it. If you don’t have it, the product won’t work.
• You need to use a PC running Windows Vista, 7, 8, or 10
The Android Recovery Stick has been around for about 2 years, and it’s a bestseller. If you absolutely need to see what’s currently on a phone or what’s been deleted, this is the only product we recommend.
Everything else for Android phones that we’ve tested ended up being a piece of junk - this Android recovery tool will get you the information you’re wanting.
Will it work on (insert random Android phone name here)?
Yes, if you have an Android phone running version 4.3 or earlier. According to the official Android website, this product works on 92% of all existing Android phones .
Do I need access to the Android phone I want to monitor?
Yes, you need to have the phone in your hands. If the phone has a passcode on it, you’ll also need that. If the phone doesn’t have a passcode, you’re good to go.
How long does it take?
It can take anywhere between 5-20 minutes - it all depends on how much data is on there. If the phone is totally full, you’re looking at a 20 minute wait.
How far back can it go?
Most people have it get anywhere between 3-6 months. We’ve had some customers go back well over a year. You’re mileage may vary, so we can’t guarantee any time frames.