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Our smartphones have more sensitive data in them these days than even our personal computers and as a result, it is of the utmost importance to make sure that each time you sell/donate/recycle/exchange/repair your old phone, all data has been erased permanently from it. A simple factory data reset doesn't necessarily delete all data beyond recovery, which is bad news. That's exactly where the iSkysoft Toolbox iPhone Data Eraser comes in with the promise to destroy all data permanently from all iOS powered devices.


Why Do You Need an External iOS Data Eraser?


We usually perform factory data resets to remove all personal data from our phones before handing them over to someone else permanently or for repairs, but that alone is not enough because a major portion of what we delete with a data reset can be recovered quite easily with professional-grade recovery tools. In order for the data to be deleted permanently from the phones' storage, we need the assistance of a military-grade electronic data shredding tool such as iSkysoft Toolbox.


You Don't Have to Delete Everything


Erasing all data is the right option if you are going to get rid of the phone permanently, but the iSkysoft Toolbox data eraser also offers another option where you can only delete sensitive or private data, as and when you need to. Whatever you delete will be lost forever beyond tracing or recovery so the data deletion is permanent and secure. It is actually quite useful when you know what it is that you want or need to get rid off.


iSkysoft Toolbox Will Make Your Phone Faster


It is a well-known fact that iPhones, iPads and just about every smartphone or tablet out there, slows down significantly with time. This happens because of the following reasons.


·        A huge number of photos and other documents in the internal storage


·        Too many temporary and cache files from browsers, apps, logs, etc.


iSkysoft Toolbox's iOS Optimizer feature addresses this issue by allowing the user to detect and delete unnecessary temp files, app data, logs, cache and duplicate files. Once the Optimizer finishes up, the iOS device becomes a lot faster than before because it isn't filled to the brim with unnecessary, resource hogging data anymore.


Save Space Without Having to Delete Your Photos


One of the biggest issues with today's powerful iPhone cameras is that they click high-quality photos which fill up the internal storage in no time. Of course, compressing them is a viable solution, but that usually results in loss of quality. Thanks to iSkysoft Toolbox's Space Saver feature, iPhone users can now compress their photos, without sacrificing on the original quality of the images.


Erasing Data Doesn't Mean You Have to Lose It


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Whether you are upgrading to the latest iPhone/iPad, or simply planning to send your current phone for a repair, the very first thing you need to do before anything else is back it all up. The iOS backup lets you do exactly that with one simple click and once you have upgraded to the new device, all you will need to do is connect it to your computer, iCloud or iTunes for restoring all your important data back onto the new iPhone. After all, the iSkysoft Toolbox will delete your data permanently, so it does make all the sense in the world to back the important stuff up!



Accidentally deleted files are never good news, irrespective of the OS, but thankfully, Android users have a number of methods at their disposal to recover the deleted documents in case of emergencies. Since you are reading this, then chances are that you probably don't know how to recover deleted photos from Android smartphones yet, so let's get to it right away.


Look for Your Deleted Files on Google Drive


All Android smartphones come with automatic Google Drive backup options, so unless you have turned those features off manually or never turned the Drive backup feature on to begin with, it is likely that you will find the deleted files safely stored there. Just download them back onto your device. On the off chance that the files were deleted before being backed up automatically, you won't find it in Google Drive for obvious reasons. The same goes for Dropbox or any other cloud service that you may have signed up for. If you have not yet signed up for cloud backup yet, do so immediately, because all hard storage devices are vulnerable to failing without notice.


Check to See If Your Device Has a "Bin"


On some Android devices, files and especially photos and videos are not deleted right away, kind of similar to Gmail's "Bin" folder, but instead of being saved on the cloud, your device would just be saving a copy of your deleted files within the internal storage. As the files are auto-deleted after a while, check the folder as soon as possible. It might be called something else on your phone other than "Bin" though. Look for folders or albums with names such as "Trash" or "Deleted Files."


Use an Android File Recovery Tool



To recover deleted files Android, the best method would be to use a specialized recovery tool like dr.fone - Recover, that doesn't just help you to get back your deleted photos, but can also assist in the recovery of WhatsApp messages, SMS messages, contacts, audio files, documents and even videos. They work best when the deleted files are recent and not much data has been recorded on the internal or external storage of your Android device, after the deletion. These are good points to keep in mind if you want the best results from your document recovery tool for Android.


Even if the first and second method doesn't apply in your situation, the third one is almost certain to work, at least to some degree. Nevertheless, the efficiency of a document recovery tool for Android largely depends on how fast you act after the accidental deletions, so speed is of prime importance here, as mentioned earlier.



As it turns out, the Play Store isn't as safe as you may think and eZanga claims there are literally hundreds of malicious apps on the Play Store which may harm your phones to varying degrees depending on the particular app and how you sue it. The worst part is that these apps are hard to detect as they do not fit the traditional description of an Android malware. Their malicious activities range from draining the battery and your monthly data plan to collecting information about you and making advertisers pay more than they should by making use of fraudulent accounts. Perhaps the biggest threat which these apps hold is the fact that they can in the future, start selling information that they are now collecting from users unethically.



As eZanga has already plans of informing Google officially in details about the growing problem, hopefully Google will be able to sort this mess out. In the meanwhile, you can stay safe by simply making sure that you do not download any poorly rated app from a shady developer. Also, installing a trusted antimalware software may not be a bad idea. To read more about it, check the original news at Android Authority.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



What is it?


EaseUS MobiSaver for Android is a software suit that basically allows the user to perform two main functions; backing up present data and recovering lost data from any Android smartphone or tablet. It needs to be downloaded and installed onto a Windows computer to function and can be used to recover images, videos, documents and even messages that can no longer be accessed or even seen on the concerned Android device.


When Do You Need It?


We spend more time on our phones these days than on computers so it is only natural for them to hold most of our essential data. This is where EaseUS MobiSaver comes in by allowing you the chance to save that data before it's lost or deleted accidentally. However, the software becomes a lifesaver in cases where the unthinkable has already happened and something important has been accidentally deleted from your smartphone or tablet. The comprehensive but easy to use data recovery system in MobiSaver permits recovery of data even when the loss is the result of a rooting attempt gone wrong.


How to Use It?


Using the EaseUS MobiSaver is pretty simple; just follow the step by step guide below.


1. Download and install the software first.


2. Connect the Android device with your Windows computer via USB.


3. Wait till the software detects the Android device. It may take more than one attempt unfortunately.


4. As soon as the software detects the Android device, the scan for deleted content should begin automatically.


5. At the end of the scan, the interface window will show you the deleted files which it managed to locate on the device.


6. Now, you will get a well organized preview of all the deleted files that MobiSaver has located for you.


7. Select all the files or only the ones you need from the list and click on Recover.


8. A new window will pop up now, asking you the location where you want the recovered files to be stored on your PC.


How Well does it Work?


Personally, we found EaseUS MobiSaver was able to detect quite a few deleted files during the testing, so yes, it is useful. However, as is the thing with every other recovery software out there, the more recent the file is, the higher are the chances of it being found. This is simply because of the fact that if you wait too long, the disk sectors maybe overwritten by other content until there's no trace left of it anywhere. Also, root access might be necessary for the software to function at its peak capacity.


Should You Get It?


As it's free to download and use, we recommend that you give it a try to see if MobiSaver can recover at least some of the stuff that you lost. In fact, if you have the need for an Android recovery tool right now, we recommend you try it as soon as you can, because as explained earlier, the faster you do it, the more successful the recovery will be.



Although it's not often that we hear about Windows malware affecting Android apps, apparently, it is happening to 132 applications which were available on the Play Store. According to Palo Alto Networks security firm, all of these apps have Indonesian developers. Having said that, they also assured that in spite of the apps originating from the same geographical area, the developers are most likely not connected with each other. In fact, it is very likely that the developers are not even aware of the malware and were being victimized themselves.


The malicious code within the applications are in the form of HTML documents hidden inside other HTML documents; hailed as "tiny hidden IFrames." These documents are responsible for linking out to established harmful domains from inside the applications. If you are wondering what harm these could cause, Palo Alto explains that the malware can be used to, "modify the app's internal logic, i.e., adding rooting utility, declaring additional permissions, or dropping malicious APK file, to escalate their capabilities."


The good news is that Google has already removed these potentially harmful apps from the Play Store now.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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