Do Your Data Recovery for Mac Professional User Guide
Do Your Data Recovery for Mac Professional provides you best data recovery experience with powerful data recovery features and user friendly interface. First of all, please install it on your Mac then follow the steps to get lost data back.
Step 1: Select file types that you want to recover
All File Types are selected by default. If you only want to recover one or two or three etc file types of files, please select them on the interface. For example, if you only want to recover photos, you just only select 'Images', then the program will scan your drive or device and find only photos/images for you. It will save your time and get more focused scanning results.
Do Your Data Recovery for Mac Professional provides two recovery modes for Mac data recovery. We strongly recommend that you try 'Quick Recovery ' mode at first because it takes only minutes – very quick.
Quick Recovery – It is the fastest method to detect and scan your Mac or storage device. 'Quick Recovery' often finds deleted or recently lost files within a few minutes. It is recommended to try this recovery mode first in most cases. If 'Quick Recovery' can't find what you want, please click 'Advanced Recovery' to deeply scan your drive.
Advanced Recovery – This recovery mode will deeply scan your Mac drive or device with advanced scanning technology to find every recoverable file. It performs sector-by-sector scanning, so it will takes more time and find much more lost files.
Step 2: Select the drive or device where you lost files
Select the drive or device where you lost your files to start scanning. You can recover lost files from local/external Mac hard drive, as well as retrieve lost files from SD card, USB drive, digital camera, memory card or other storage media. You can even recover lost files from deleted/lost Mac volumes.
Note: The new APFS file system (macOS 10.13 or later macOS) does not allow any app to directly scan the system hard drive (where the macOS is installed). If you want to recover system hard drive (such as MacHD, Apple SSD) in APFS, you need to disable System Integrity Protection (SIP). Just follow this guide: disable SIP and recover lost data from system hard drive in macOS 10.13 or later >>
Step 3: Preview the files and recover them
You can preview the files to check their quality before recovery. Then recover what you want and save them on your computer or storage device. Please don't save the found files on the disk where you lost your data, in case you overwrite the original data.
1. If the 'Quick Recovery' mode doesn't find what you want, please click 'Advanced Recovery' to find more lost files.
2. During the scanning, you can pause and stop the process.
3. You can export/save the scanning results for later or next recovery.
Please feel free to contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any question.