•   Data Recovery FAQ
    Data Recovery FAQ

    What is Data Recovery? Data Recovery is a process of retrieving deleted, formatted, inaccessible, lost, corrupted, or damaged documents, images, videos, audios, archive files, and other files from internal & external hard drives, USB flash drives, memory cards, etc. When a user decides to delete files or files that are lost due to the wrong operation or some other unavoidable reasons, the file system usually does not immediately remove the contents of the files from the storage drive. Instead, the file system just removes the file directory structures and makes the files disappear from the computer screen. Wherein the storage space belongs to these deleted files are marked as Free and waits for later data overwriting. Hence, there's no way to simply restore the data by the file manager or from the Recycle Bin (If the users have emptied the Recycle Bin). However, with the help of third-party data recovery software such as Bitwar Data Recovery, the users are able to get back the data as the program is able to read all possible data regardless of the file status. But frankly, data overwrites happen all the time, and if we want a higher recovery rate, we should perform data...

    2020-5-29

  •   iOS 13 Data Recovery
    How to Recover the Call Logs & Reminders on iOS 13 or Later

    Summary: Since Apple has upgraded the iOS to 13.0, the call logs and reminders cannot be accessed by any other third-party data recovery software due to the encryption of the data. However, you don't need to be worried as this article walks you through the steps of using Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery to get back the lost call logs and reminders on Windows 7, 8, 10. The first beginning, make sure you have installed the iTunes, if you don't, please check this tutorial! After that, launch the iTunes and follow the steps as below: Step 1: Move to the Backup section as shown on the below screenshot, check off Encrypt local backup, and then type in the password in the prompt appearing on the screen. Tips: You might have set the encryption password before but have failed to recall the correct password, you may need to reset the iOS settings and then set the password again. Step 2: Now, let's turn back to Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery if you haven't installed the program, please download it from the product page and launch it. Step 3: Move to Recover from iTunes Backup File and find your encrypted backup file below in the...

    2020-6-21

  •   Bulk Unlock Files and Folders Mac
    How to Unlock Files/Folders in Bulk on Mac

    Summary: This article lays out the steps Mac users can take to unlock lost files/folders in bulk just in case sometimes the data has been changed to lock after data recovery. Since data recovery software needs root permission to access the hard drive, then it might happen to some Mac users that the retrieved data changed to locked after data recovery due to the permission issue. What compounds the problem is that Mac doesn't support bulk edit, for users who have thousands of files/folders, it would be a daunting task to edit one by one. Luckily, there is a simple and straightforward solution that users can use to resolve the problem. Follow the steps below to learn how to do it. How to Unlock Files/Folders in Bulk on Mac Computer Step 1: Create a new folder and transfer all the recovered files/folders into it. Step 2: Right-click on the folder and click on the Get info. Step 3: Scroll down to find the Sharing & Permissions section. Step 4: Click on the Lock button to unlock it, and then enter your admin password. Step 5: Click on the Wheel icon and select Apply to enclosed items. After taking the steps, you...

    2020-6-2

  •   Last Breakpoint
    Continue Mac Data Recovery from the Last Breakpoint

    Summary: Mac users might close or stop the scanning process accidentally while using the Bitwar Data Recovery for Mac. Luckily, the program offers a powerful feature that allows the user to start the scan from the last breakpoint, follow the user guide below to learn in details. Steps to Continue Data Recovery from the Last Breakpoint 1. Launch Bitwar Data Recovery Software for Mac and choose the Partition or Device the last time you’ve scanned. 2. A message appears and notes you about the last scan is not complete. Hit on the Continue button to continue or click Rescan to restart the scanning. 3. The Scan process will continue from where the last breakup point ended. Please wait patiently for the process to complete. 4. Preview the scanned data and click Recover to save the wanted file back!

    2020-5-30

  •   Lost Partition Recovery
    Two Ways to Recover Files From Lost Partitions Using Bitwar Data Recovery

    Summary: Many users are confounded when they don't see partitions in expected places. And in a worse scenario, they find it almost impossible to recover files from lost partitions. Don't worry; with the help of Bitwar Data Recovery, you can effortlessly recover them. Bitwar Data Recovery offers two ways for users to recover files from lost partitions. One way is to use the Quick Scan. Another way is to use the Deep Scan. First of all, go to the Software Official Download Page and download Bitwar Data Recovery for Win version. Complete the installation and launch it. Method 1: Using Quick Scan Step 1: In the main interface, we need to click on the blue and underlined button: Deep Scan, which locates under the Lost Partitions setction. Step 2: Select the lost partition and click on Next. Step 3: Select the types of files you want to recover and click on Scan. Step 4: Select desired files and click on Recover. Method 2: Using Deep Scan Step 1: In the interface, right-click on the area under Disk Partitions and Devices. Step 2: Click on Show hidden partitions and idle areas. Step 3: Select the lost partitions and click on Next....

    2020-6-6