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EaseUS MobiSaver for Android claims to be the most powerful and effective desktop data recovery software for all Android powered devices and it can be downloaded for free. Is it really as good as it sounds? Let's check out what the software is offering.


Features


3 Step Easy Recovery - The recovery process can be completed in about three steps and they involve simply connecting your device to your computer via USB, scanning and recovering. In other words, you don't have to be a techie to use EaseUS MobiSaver.


Safe and Speedy - The software once installed on your computer will detect your smartphone or tablet automatically, as soon as you connect it via USB. The recovery process itself is safe and does not affect the source in any way. All data recovered by using the software is kept private as expected.


All data types supported - The EaseUS MobiSaver can be used to not only recover photos and SMS messages, but also contacts, documents, videos and audio files.


Effective in most cases - The desktop tool can be used for recovery if your Android phone has lost its data due to a virus infection, software failure, hardware failure, rooting attempt or just plain deletion by accident. Although the effectiveness of the recovery attempt will vary depending on a number of factors, EaseUS MobiSafe can be utilized for attempting data recovery, irrespective of the reason for the data loss.


All major brands supported - It should work for almost all Android devices, but major brands like Samsung, Sony, Motorola, LG, HTC, Google Nexus, Huawei and ZTE are thoroughly supported.


Support for both old and new Android OS versions - It works with smartphones running on the now ancient Android 2.3 Gingerbread just as well as it does on the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Every Android OS versions in between the two (4.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 5.0, 5.1) are also compatible.


Data on SD cards can be recovered - MobiSaver is powerful enough to recover all types of data even from corrupted SD cards used in smartphones.


Up to 1GB (+1GB) free recovery - The free version of the EaseUS MobiSaver allows the user to recover as much as up to 1GB of data, after which you will need to buy the software to support the developers. However, the last we checked, they were also offering an extra 1GB of free recovery, if the user shared the app via social media.


A variety of supported formats - Before the process begins, you can choose the type of files you need recovering from formats such as .jpg/.png/.bmp (images), Word/PDF/Excel (documents), .wma/.mp3 (audio), CSV/HTML/VCF (contacts and messages) and multiple others.


Preview - The application will allow you to have a preview before beginning with the actual recovery process, so that the user can have a clear idea about what to expect.


What you should know


Although EaseUS MobiSaver for Android Free does work and almost anyone can use it without any issues, there is a chance that some of the recovered files will be corrupted. Also, the sizes of the recovered files are limited to a maximum of 100MB per file, which may not be ideal if you are trying to recover long video content. However, advanced users will appreciate the Deep Scan option which allows for finding even lost or formatted data.



Not unlike the fabled Galaxy X and its foldable display, the in-screen fingerprint scanner never really arrived on any Samsung device, in spite of there being no shortage of rumors that hinted Samsung will incorporate it in the Galaxy S8 or the Note 8. As it turns out, even the upcoming Galaxy S9 will most likely go with a traditional fingerprint scanner at the back, albeit in a better place! However, the focus of this news is the fact that it's a Chinese company named Vivo that has beaten the mighty Korean giant and the all-powerful Apple in getting Synaptics' inside-the-display fingerprint scanner inside one of its smartphones.


Vivo is no joke though, because the company is one of the leading smartphone companies in its home country and in India. Unfortunately, this also means that the western world might not see this smartphone ever make its way onto the US shores. In the words of the source, which is Patrick Moorhead aka @PatrickMoorhead on Twitter,



"Here are some pics @anshelsag and I took of the Vivo smartphone with the Synaptics in-display fingerprint reader. The CMOS image sensor is .7mm thick and reads the fingerprint right through the OLED display. The experience was faster than I expected."


You can check out the photos above.


Sakat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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