Among the many articles offered in our smartphone buying guide section , we will see together in detail what are the different alternatives that will allow you to recover personal files that are important to you.
Your Android or iOS device has accidentally fallen, its screen has cracked or broken, or the touch has become capricious?
Does it display solid horizontal or vertical lines?
You therefore run the risk of no longer having access to your personal Data Recovery! Don’t worry, these are common failures on a phone and fortunately, there are solutions to this, for example, going through data recovery software.
First of all, if you have to make occasional backups on your mobile phone, SIM card or if you are a user of cloud services such as Google Drive or Google Photos, you will surely not be affected by this problem in the event of a malfunction. But unfortunately, the majority of us do not make these backups.
Some smartphones automatically benefit from a free Cloud storage service like on iPhone mobiles (called iCloud). However, these are limited to 5 GB of memory, beyond this capacity a paid Wikipedia subscription is required.
Obviously, most users have much more than 5 GB of personal files (photos, videos, contacts, etc.), so you will have to choose the most suitable method.
This service allows you to save all your personal files present in the internal memory of the mobile on a “cloud” and therefore nothing will be lost. You will benefit from 5 GB of free storage, if you wish to record more, you will have to subscribe to a monthly subscription.