Wondershare Dr. Fone – For when you Need your Data Back

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Have you ever had an “oh no!” incident with your iPhone? You know what I’m talking about, you leave for your high school reunion in New York City, with the address of the fabulous apartment where you will meet all your old friends conveniently stored on your phone, when whoops! You accidentally delete the info and spend the next 2 hours walking up and down 54th Street… in a designer dress… in the rain? Yup, it really happened.

If only I had Wondershare Dr.Fone, an easy-to-use tool that can help you easily recover data that you thought you’d lost forever, not just your high school reunion adress, but photos & videos, contacts, SMS, call logs, memos and a whole host of other information. Dr. Fone offers two kinds of recovery modes, recovery directly from the iOS or Android device, or making it easy to extract from your backup.

Dr. Fone can be a good friend to have when disaster strikes, it’s nice to be able to recover lost data, but what about completely irreplaceable things, like memories? Oh yes, I’m still kicking myself for erasing the picture of my daughter catching her very first fish. With Dr. Fone you simply connect the device to the computer, launch Dr.Fone, and with a few clicks you can scan your Smartphone, iPad, or iPod Touch and instantly see the information that is recoverable from the device, and then restore it.

So, if you accidentally deleted files on your Android or iOS device, or your device is smashed, broken, locked by a forgotten password or an upgrade failed to initiate appropriately, or your just not paying attention (like me) and you’re left missing useful, or sentimental information, just get Wondershare Dr.Fone available for iOS and for Android mobile phone and tablet users. Buy it and download it instantly at amazon.com for under a hundred bucks, or try it free from wondershare.com.

 

One review or comment

Torpic Says: July 3, 2013 at 7:31 am

Seriously, how is this different from iCloud? And about deleting address, I wonder where it was stored as if it was email, there is a recycle bin. Also if you use a smart phone, google maps usually has the address of the location you are headed to. Facebook most probably has the same info in an invite. It’s so hard to delete information these days. Selling this product is tougher than trying to sell a freezer to an Eskimo.

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