As we know, The Samsung Galaxy Tab is an Android-based tablet computer produced by Samsung introduced on 2 September 2010 at the IFA in Berlin. Samsung Galaxy Tab gives you a better experience for work and play. Its sharper HD quality screen, better web browsing with flash, better multitasking, and even better speed with HSPA+, all of these fantastic features make you a wonderful visual enjoyment!

However, all of the digital products including Samsung Galaxy Tab as well, which use memory card to store your data or files, such as videos, images or audio files, so human operation would make data lost on Galaxy Tab accidently. Well, you should know that the files are not gone permanently; you are able to recover data for Samsung Galaxy Tab with some kinds of professional data recovery software. Here we go through how to do Samsung Galaxy Tab recovery on Macintosh?

Things You Need to Do

First of all, download a data recovery application online. There would be lots of free recovery tool for you to choose, however, there is no free software totally, if yes, they might not fix the problem as you required. To choose a have fairly high cost performance software is the necessary and important thing for you. You could try to use uMacsoft Data Recovery to achieve the retrieve task.
Secondly, connect Tab to Mac, then click "Preview" button to scan the Samsung Galaxy Tab completely.
Thirdly, when finishing scanning task, all the lost data would be displayed on the interface, then you are allowed to choose which files need to be restored.
Finally, save the loss on Macintosh successfully.

Tips for You

You cannot recover the files to the same drive where they were lost, therefore choose another volume or some external storage device such as a USB flash drive to save them safely.

In order to avoid repeating recovery job to find your gone files, you'd better mark your important files as read-only, or make copies of them periodically.
Understanding of Data Loss

The chart below clearly represents the complexities and differing perceptions of data loss between what customers believe caused their loss and the impact of the loss versus what our engineers actually discover once they evaluate each situation. These findings reinforce the complexities of lost data.

Causes of Data Loss: Customer Perception
Human Error: 40%
Computer Viruses: 15%
Natural Disasters: 3%
Hardware or System Problem: 28%
Software Corruption or Program Problem: 12%

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