pclab wrote:Try to first install the phone's USB drivers. Maybe it get's detected.
Jared wrote:A lot of phones you can't recover data until you first root the phone. If the phone is new, there might not be a known root method yet. I know I've had a few where I simply had to tell them to put their phone aside until the technology catches up if they want the data back.
Jared wrote:You mentioned in an earlier post that you are able to image the phone memory, so you obviously have access to the memory then I assume? It may be slow to image, but scanning for lost data will take just as long if not longer if you do it directly from the phone. 4Mb/s might sound slow, but should finish in about a day. So what's the problem? You'll have to do it to locate lost data anyway.
serenaclairegreat wrote:What kind of android phone you are using? download the USB driver for your phone and it should be able to connect.
1400700226 wrote:pclab wrote:Try to first install the phone's USB drivers. Maybe it get's detected.
I have installed correctly, it detected as MTP...
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