- How to Install the Mirror Tool to Backup Your Android Phone
Summary: This article delineates how to install the Mirror tool on your android phone after Bitwar Android Data Recovery has identified the phone. A Mirror Tool is a requirement users should install before trying to recover lost files from the Android phone. Use the following steps to learn how to install it. Step 1: Generally, after the software has identified your Android phone, it will automatically download the Mirror tool to the phone. Notice that sometimes a dialogue may pop up on the phone screen and ask users to decide whether to install or not. Please click on Install. Note: If the phone doesn't bring up a prompt asking for installation, refer to the What If the installation Fails? The section is written at the bottom of this article. Step 2: Launch the Mirror tool, click to Install. Notice that the phone may bring up a prompt that asks users to grant root. If so, click on Agree. Step 3: Wait for the phone to inform you that the installation is complete. What If the Installation Fails? If the phone doesn't ask for installation or the installation fails at the end of its process, the first solution is to shut...
- How to Solve Re-Backup Problems When Using Bitwar Android Data Recovery
Summary: This article explains to users when there will be re-backup problems and how to solve them. There are three situations when the software will ask for re-backup. Situation 1: A Different Android Device This happens when the PC currently has a backup file of a previous Android device. Users need to back up the current device if they want to recover data on it. If users want to recover files from a backup stored on the PC, Click on the More menu next to Register at the upper-right corner of the software, select LoadMirror to load the backup. Situation 2: An Incomplete Backup File This situation comes about when there was an interruption during the last backup process. Operations such as halting the backup process, a disconnection between the device and the PC, or exiting the program during the backup process can lead to a re-backup request, as shown in the following image. You can click on Cancel to make the software scan the incomplete backup file. With luck, you may recover the wanted files. If it fails, return to the same stage and click on OK this time to perform a complete re-backup. Situation 3: An Outdated Backup File This...
- OCR Scanned PDF
Summary: The user guide below will allow users to learn the tutorial on scanning PDF files with OCR by using the OCR Scanned PDF tool in Bitwar PDF Converter. OCR Scanned PDF The OCR scan PDF tool is a text recognition tool that can help users to extract text from PDF files to word files easily. Steps to OCR Scan PDF 1. Choose OCR Scanned PDF from the PDF Tools menu and Drag the PDF file into the PDF converter. 2. Click Convert to start the OCR conversion. 3. Please wait patiently for the conversion to complete. Then click Open file to compare the OCR result with the original PDF file content. For the Next Tutorial on Lock and Unlock PDF, please click on the link below! Lock and Unlock PDF
- How to Recover Lost Files From a Drive Affected By Bad Sectors
Summary: In this article, we are going to explain to you how to recover lost files from a hard drive affected by bad sectors, one of the trickiest issues common computer users may well run into. With the help of Bitwar Data Recovery, you could easily retrieve lost files from this kind of faulty drives. Besides, this article will also cover some basic but useful information you need to know about bad sectors. What Are Bad Sectors? To put it simply, bad sectors on a hard drive are sectors that go inaccessible or corrupted resulting from various causes. Those tiny faulty clusters of storage space can't respond to any requests from users, neither read nor write. What Are the Causes Of Bad Sectors? Broadly speaking, there are mainly two types of bad sectors, namely logical and physical. Refer to the following information to learn each kind and their common causes. Common causes of logical bad sectors: System crash, virus infection, software conflict, sudden shutdown, reboot Of computer, sudden power outage etc. Common causes of physical bad sectors: Overheat, dust, impact, wearing out, faulty blocks, overclocked PCI bus speeds etc. How to Repair Bad Sectors CHKDSK Scan Windows has a built-in...