Data loss from Android phone has not been a mystery now. So many users may accidentally lost data from Android devices. And, there are many Android data recovery programs on various platforms for them to get back what they lost from Android device.
However, during they are doing Android data recovery, they find that computer may cannot recognize their Android device. Generally, some reasons including hardware and software cause this kind of problem. We can fix this problem in both aspects.
We need to check whether hardare equipments work or not. If your Android device has been connected successfully, you can see a USB logo in notification bar. Sometimes, the non-recognization may cause by Android device, cable, or the computer, whether The USB ports can be connected well in Android device and computer. If the problem comes from USB cable, try to change another one. However, if you find the problems result from the USB ports, it will be more trouble, you may need to take the device to repair center to replace the ports.
Actually, the problem of Android device can’t be recognized is caused by software commonly. After confirming hardware is workable, you need to check software settings in Android device and computer.
1.On Android device.
Generally, if you want computer can recognize your phone, you need to enable USB debugging in phone Settings>Developer options. Some user may can’t find Developer options in Settings, in this case, just go to About Phone in Settings, tap the system version of the device, the Developer option will occur in Settings.
When you enable USB debbuging, the computer will recognize a new device has been inserted, and it will install driver for your Android device automatically. The Android device will ask you to allow the permission for the computer.
Besides, some brands of Android devcie has been set different modes when USB connection, you need to choose one that can’t be read by computer.
Firstly, try to Update your computer OS. Sometimes old system (most often Windows) will not recognize any Android device (or any USB device). And it’s always a good idea to update your system. Remember not to install too many updates at the same time (not more than two or three), though.
On the other hand, Android device even is not in the ADB list of cpmputer. If your Android device wasn’t on the adb List, you can do the following changes to make it appear:
1.Make sure USB debugging is enabled from device, and do the following on your PC:
2.Update Android SDK (Google USB drivers updated)
3. From PC Control Panel, System -> Device manager -> Nexus 4 (the name of your Android device, here we take Nexus 4 for example) -> Install driver.
Set Android SDK as path to search, include subfolders checked. After that, adb devices list will include your Android device.
You can check your Android phone to see what caused your phone’s connection problem and choose the most suitable solution.
For Android files Recovery
Well, there are many choice for Android data recovery on the web, but in my opinion,I recommend this Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro. Know more about it here:http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/android-phone-tablet-data-recovery.html