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  1. On 12/24/2016 at 5:01 AM, Gt-truth said:

    download it and install it but it is not a free software and also this software it only "shows Existing files on the drive and not shows the deleted stuffs for recovered them back"

    To recover the deleted files try installing recuva. It is a freemium software and it allows you to recover all the deleted files. But keep in mind that this also won't work if the folder is rewritten.


  2. On 12/1/2016 at 10:30 PM, GeoNez said:

    Depends on the Android VERSION you have.  Kingoroot (as opposed to "KingRoot" which is a completely different product that I personally would NOT use) does a perfectly good job on Lollipop and earlier versions, in my personal experience.  Haven't tried to root a Marshmallow or Nougat device yet, so no help there.  On Lollipop devices, I personally found that downloading the Android .apk version of Kingo worked better than the Windows connected version, but my Windows version may have been out of date.  NOW, having said all that, why do you need or want to root the device?  Some apps, like Link2SD and Titanium Backup, are really useful things that require root access, but some folks just seem to want to do it because it is fashionable.  ALSO, for my money, make sure you can UNROOT and REROOT at your convenience, which Kingoroot should allow you to do. If all you are looking for is a bulletproof backup, look into installing a version of TWRP as your recovery instead, assuming one exists because hacking one to get it to work is not for everyone.  It includes one-touch "Nandroid" backup capability for everything on the device. Hope that helps.

     

    Thanks for the advice. It really helps and I have successfully rooted my device with the help of Kingoroot. Will try install TWRP recovery as per your advice and let you know the status soon.


  3. On 11/30/2016 at 10:47 AM, Manojprabhakar said:

    Hey Aura,

    Even I am facing the same problem. I tried unistalling these versions since I have the newer version installed in my PC, but couldn't proceed further. It stucks at the uninstalling program screen for a very long time. If that is done then I couldn't uninstall the another one as it says uninstall already in progress. What can I do now to fix this?

     

    Hi Aura,

    Could you help me to uninstall these programs. It is irritating.


  4. On 11/9/2016 at 6:37 PM, Aura said:

    Hi Purrington :)

    These aren't duplicates. If you check in the last column, you'll see that all of them have a different version number (except for the x64 and x86 versions). Technically, you could uninstall these:

    
    Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable - x64 9.0.30729
    Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable - x86 9.0.30729
    Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable - x86 9.0.30729.4148

    Since you have a more recent version installed.

     

    Hey Aura,

    Even I am facing the same problem. I tried unistalling these versions since I have the newer version installed in my PC, but couldn't proceed further. It stucks at the uninstalling program screen for a very long time. If that is done then I couldn't uninstall the another one as it says uninstall already in progress. What can I do now to fix this?


  5. I have created a new NTFS partition on my Windows 7 PC and after that, I couldn't be able to activate the BitLocker encryption on the newly partitioned disk. It displays like Bitlocker Encryption is not active. How to activate it? Any suggestions, please. But previously I have activated the Bitlocker Encryption on another disk. It is active till now.


  6. On 11/22/2016 at 0:29 AM, David H. Lipman said:

    Depending on make and model of the Android Device and Computer, BlueTooth is a wireless way to transfer files.

    As for "...best USB Driver to transfer without any loss? " either it works or doesn't work.  A copy process has no loss.  Moving files always has a potential for loss.  A File Move is defined as a File Copy process where the source is deleted after the destination has been written.  Therefore just copy the files.  When you have dtermined that the file copy process has completed and all is OK you can keep or delete the source files accordingly.

     

    Hi David,

    As said in the above post I am using Cool Pad Note 5 and couldn't transfer my files with any of the native file transfer method such as Bluetooth. Its not properly working :mellow:


  7. On 11/21/2016 at 11:45 PM, Aura said:

    Hi Manojprabjakar :)

    What Android phone do you have? Android phones can be set in a "USB Storage Media" mode which allows you to access them from the Windows Explorer like any removable storage device (such as USB). There's no need for specific drivers or else (except the ones required by your phone so Windows can access it, though they should be installed automatically as you connect your phone to your computer).

     

    Thanks Aura for your info, and I am using Cool Pad Note 5. But when i connected it to my PC via a USB cable, it doesn't prompts me to connect it as an USB Storage Media. And in my PC, it displays an error like "the Driver can not be installed". What can I do now to recover from this.

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