Formatted Drive Recovery on macOS Sierra

  • Recovers data both from HFS and HFS+ formatted drives on macOS Sierra
  • Can recover photos, documents, music, videos, etc. of 300+ file formats
  • Restores files from repartitioned Mac hard drive
  • Supports the recovery of data from OS X versions starting from Mac OS X 10.7(Lion)

macOS Sierra, the latest Mac operating system has introduced a lot of new features that make a Mac user to work with his/her device more efficiently and comfortably. At the same time, there can have situations in Sierra where a user may format a hard drive partition or an external drive quite accidentally.

Imagine, how unfortunate such a situation will be!

There’s no need to worry at all – as these kinds of situations can easily tacked using Remo Recover (Mac) Pro. This software can recover formatted volumes with all its contents as existed before. And, only using trial version of this Mac data recovery software, you can preview all data from a formatted partition. In the same way, one can recover files after quick format of external hard disk or USB flash drive on Mac Sierra using this tool.

So, here’s How You Can Recover Formatted Drives On macOS Sierra

Step 1: Launch the Software and choose “RECOVER VOLUMES/DRIVES” as shown in Figure 1.

Step 2: Select “FORMATTED/REFORMATTED RECOVERY” option as shown in Figure 2.

Step 3: Choose types of files to recover from the formatted drive and click “Next” as shown in Figure 3.

Step 4: After scanning, it’ll show recovered files from the formatted drive as shown in Figure 4.

Step 5: Save the recovered files.

Remo Recover (Mac) Pro – Notable Features

  • Simple and easy to Use
  • Works with different storage drives including hard drives, SSDs, USB Flash drives, etc.
  • Useful for recovering data from macOS Sierra on different Mac devices such as MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, etc.
  • Has a Mac Finder Styled Interface
  • Can add signatures for unknows file types for recovering them.

Situations that Lead to Drive Formatting on Sierra

You may format a drive on your Mac - before installing macOS Sierra or after installing it. There can have various reasons for this formatting. Sometimes, you’d format a drive for making space for sierra installation without thinking about the data residing in that drive. Sometimes after installing Mac Sierra, you may try to roll back your OS to the previous one if you don’t want to continue with Sierra; making a chance for drive formatting. Changing file system of a Mac volume can also lead to its formatting.

  • Follow a solid backup scheme for your data
  • Cleanup junk data at regular intervals of time
  • If you’re using iMac, use a UPS as a power backup
  • Don’t try to install apps from unidentified publishers