Flash Drive Recovery Software for Mac

One of the best storage devices to transfer ones data from one storage location to another or either have backup is Flash drive. It is quite beneficial because of its high data storage capacity in small size (physically, which makes it portable). USB flash drives are widely used by most of Mac users for data transfer. Since, user rewrites data on the drive over millions of times and uses it in various system, possibility of data loss from the drive increases rapidly. In this era of modern technology, you can regain all your lost files restoring flash drive on Mac using USB Recovery Tool. You can employ this application in every instances of data deletion or loss circumstances recover files from flash drive on Mac. It is very effective to get back all types of file from the drive by a through scanning.

There are different ways by which you may lose your important data from flash drive on Mac computer. Some of very common and regularly occurred data loss scenarios are explained here:

Accidental Deletion: In most cases, files are deleted from flash drive by user unintentionally resulting to data loss. Many times, we erase unimportant data from flash drive to store new file. At that time of deletion, you may select some essential data and delete them by mistake. As a result, you will lose them completely from your system. If you to restore deleted data from flash drive, employ this utility immediately.

Flash Drive Corruption: There are many reasons behind corruption of flash drive that makes it inaccessible. Because of improper removal, termination in file transfer process, file system corruption, virus infection etc you may lose all data from that flash drive. Next to damage of the drive if you try to access data through your Mac computer, you will get an error message. You can further use data after restoring flash drive on Mac using this link: http://www.usbrecoverytool.com/corrupted.html.

Formatting of Drive: It is another vital reason of data loss from flash drive happened very frequently. You may format the flash drive while attempting to format any other drive on your Mac computer. Occasionally, an error arises to format the drive before use. If you have formatted your flash drive in any circumstances and lost data from it, you can rescue all files using this powerful appliance.

You can get rid of this data loss situation easily if you maintain a back up of your important data regularly. Besides that, use the flash drive carefully and do not use it in any virus-infected system. if you delete or lose data from flash drive, do not store any information in it before recovery.

Whatever be the reason of data loss from flash drive, you can adopt this USB Recovery Tool for successful recovery. It can restore all types of files from the drive by performing a rigorous scanning operation. You can employ this program to perform data recovery from Transcend, Kinston, SanDisk, Sony etc. brands of USB Drives. It is very effective in restoring flash drive on Mac OS X Lion, Mountain Lion, Snow Leopard etc. Apart from flash drive recovery, you can also use this utility to recover data from memory card, memory stick or any other external hard drive. To follow the simple steps of data recovery from external hard drive, use this link: www.usbrecoverytool.com/external-hard-drive.html

Steps of Restoring Flash Drive on Mac:

Step 1: Install and launch this application on your Mac computer and connect the flash drive to it. On the main window, select "Recover Photos" option to recover data from flash drive.

Restoring Flash Drive on Mac - Main Window

Fig 1: Main Window

Step 2: Choose appropriate drive from the list amd click on "Next" button to start recovery operation.

USB Flash Drive Recovery Tool for Mac - Select USB Drive

Fig 2: Select USB Flash Drive

Step 3: When the restoration process will be finished, you can see the list of restored files in a list as shown in figure below.

Mac USB Recovery - Restored Files

Fig 3: Restored Files

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks & Yosemite(10.10) Users