Posted by Kate , Sep 12, 2016
At the beginning of the passage, let us learn something about what is USB debugging. In a simple way, USB debugging is an important thing as a bridge for you to connect your Android phone to computer. Only after enabling the USB debugging can you recover or transfer the data on your device. But what should we do if the USB debugging not working? Firstly, you should learn about how to enable USB debugging and check if you had correctly opened you USB debugging. If you did that but it still now working, there must be something wrong. So is there any method for us to recover deleted files from Android even without an USB debugging? Fortunately, the answer is definitely yes if you have the outstanding Android Data Recovery.
As a professional data recovery program, Android Data Recovery can help you out of the trouble no matter what different situations you phone suffered.
Step 1. Download and Run the Software
At the first beginning, you should download the software on your computer and install it. Then, run the program to make it available. Click "Recover" section to launch recovery function.
You will then enter in the main interface of the program where there are several modes for you to choose. Just click "Recover Android Data" and go on.
Step 2. Choose the Files Type to Scan
All the recoverable data types will be listed on the screen, for example, contacts, messaging, call history and so on. You are now asked to choose the types of files you want to scan. Just tick the types you need and go on.
Step 3. Choose the Fault Type
Two types of fault are supported by the program, "Touch cannot be used or cannot enter the system" and "Black screen (or the screen is broken)". Choose the correct one according to your phone. As for the situation we are talking about, let's choose the first one.
Note: Only some of Samsung devices in Galaxy S, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab series are supported by the "Recover Data from Broken Android" function now.
Step 4. Download the Latest Firmware
Enter download more as the guide below.
Power off Android > Press "Home", "Power" and "Volume-" at the same time > Press "Volume+".
Now you can connect your device to the computer via the USB cable for the downloading of the recovery package.
Step 5. Recover Data
After the four steps, the program will show all the data you chosen before. Tick the data type you want to recover and check the details in that file. Finally, just choose the items you need and then click "Recover" to recover them on your computer.
With the steps above, you can recover your data even when your USB debugging fails to work. I think it is very convenient and easy to operate. If you need help, just download the software and have a try.