Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android 3.0

It's a handy tool to recover files and data from Android devices
3.4  (17 votes)
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Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android is a simple and handy utility that helps you recover data from Android devices. This powerful tool can recover files like photos, videos, music or documents, but also data like SMS text messages and contacts’ details. It works with any Android tablet or smartphone, regardless of their manufacturer, may they be Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and so forth.

Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android comes with a simple and intuitive interface that makes using this application a very easy task. Even beginners can use this neat tool without any problem. I think that its intuitive interface is one of its main advantages, next to its reliability and to the fact that it lets you preview and selectively recover messages, contacts and photos. I also like about it that it allows exporting the retrieved contacts and their details to HTML, vCard and CSV files.

On the other hand, I think that it takes a bit too much to scan and detect the recoverable files and data. The scanning speed was quite disappointing to me. Anyway, this is the only downside of this tool and it’s a rather unimportant one that can be easily ignored.

In conclusion, Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android is a powerful recovery tool, both reliable and easy-to-use, that represents a viable choice for whenever you need to restore data and files from Android devices.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary


  • Easy-to-use and intuitive.
  • Supports any Android device.
  • Allows previewing the recoverable data


  • Rather slow scanning speed
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Guest Can this app recover files from Samsung Galaxy S5 - internal memory (believed to be often referred to as "USB memory" or "internal flash memory"). I accidentally deleted some important "memo" app files from my brand new S5 (think they're probably just text files, however). Although my phone has a 64GB SD card in it, I doubt the deleted files are on that, seeing as I'm not all that much "Android familiar" at this point. The "memo" app is the " bare-bones original" app that came with the phone, not the so-called "essentials" version, which I think is called "S memo".
Also, if all fail, can this app retrieve files as "raw data" from the S5 internal memory?

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Christopher Casinelli

Christopher Casinelli I tried to download the free trial to my Mac computer. I can't see the running functionality on my computer. Kindly advise me.

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Guest Good day, I cannot view any .mp4, .3gp, .avi or any form of video and audio media after its recovery. Please help.

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