Tool to Recover Data from Apple Drive

Recover Lost or Deleted Data from Apple Drives

Apple products double up as good storage devices. However, like any other storage device, they do not guarantee data security. Data stored in your Apple device can go missing any day. And if it happens to be a critical data, it is difficult to come to terms with the loss. Data lost from Apple devices can be restored in a matter of minutes. All you need is a data recovery application. Remo Recover is one such well-known application.

Remo Recover:

Remo Recover (Mac) – Pro Edition is a powerful recovery tool that can be used to recover lost / deleted data from your apple devices such as MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air etc. It can also be used to recover data from Mac systems.

In addition, it supports media file recovery from hard disk drives, SD cards, XD cards, external hard drives and other accessible storage devices. It supports FAT16, FAT32, HFS+ and HFSX file systems. It allows the user to sort the recovered files based on their name, type, size and date; add / edit new file signatures that are not listed by the software. The data recovered can be viewed in a Mac finder styled interface. It is capable of recognizing and preserving file names after recovery.

Why use Remo?

Remo Recover Software is an easy-to-use data recovery tool. It’s extremely simple drag and drop installation makes it convenient to use. The “Save Recovery Session” feature of this tool enables you to avoid re-scanning of your drives in the future. You can preview recovered files before restoration. You can also use the fast inbuilt “Find tool”, to search for particular files from the list of recovered data.

Step by Step Guide to Restore Data from Apple Drive

Install and run Remo Data Recovery software for Mac on your Mac system. Connect your apple device to the system. In the main screen, opt for “Recover Volumes / Drives”. In the next window, select either “Formatted / Reformatted Recovery” or “Recover Volumes”, according to your requirement. Next, specify the volume, which in this case is your apple device. The software scans the device and returns a list of found media files. Preview the recovered files and save the recovery session. Finally select the required files and save it in a secure location.