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Recover Deleted Content on Android with Undelete Beta

No matter how much care you take to preserve your important files, you often come across a situation where you delete an important file accidently. Thanks to Recycle Bins on desktop PCs as well as several recovery tools including Recuva that help us to recover the deleted files. But what if you have accidently deleted important content on your Android-powered device? We have discovered a new app with the help of which you can recover your deleted files on your Android device.

One of our friends happened to come across a review about Undelete Beta app at AddictiveTips, a blog dedicated to cover latest apps, hacks and tweaks.

Undelete Beta

As we have said earlier, the app is designed to recover deleted content on your Android device. A scan is performed to detect the deleted content on the phone memory. If it detects any deleted content, it tries to restore it. This app will also help you to wipe files completely to make certain that no one can have access to them.


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From Market description:

Welcome to the open beta of our newest root application – Undelete for Android, an application for root users that allows you to recover any type of deleted file from your SD card or internal storage. This is the first application of its kind on Android.

We have tested the app on Samsung Galaxy S II running Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread (Stock). We are pleased to tell you that the app works as advertised by developers – Fahrbot Mobile. However, the app still not restored all the deleted content, but managed to restore a few, perhaps because it is still in beta and its recovery algorithms are not that advanced. We can expect a little bit of improvement in its functionality in future. The good thing is that it is free of cost and you can give it a try.

You can download the app for free from Android Market. However, it is important to note here that you need to have your device rooted to use Undelete Beta.

Download Undelete Beta [Market Link]

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