And suddenly, the tragedy : your mobile has just fallen on the ground, the screen is seriously damaged and you fear that you will no longer be able to recover your documents, your photos or your address book. Fortunately, a few fairly simple manipulations should allow you to Data Recovery from your broken cell phone, even if the screen no longer responds.
A piece of advice in the preamble: if you don’t want to be faced with this kind of perilous situation, join the ranks of cautious people, those who regularly make backups of their mobile via cloud services like Google Photos or Google Drive. But if you haven’t had time to back up your data beforehand, here are four different tips for doing so.
The first trick to Data Recovery from a broken cell phone only works if your screen, even a heavily cracked one, still turns on. This is the most common scenario. You must then connect an OTG mouse to your smartphone, enter its password using it and then draw its unlocking pattern.
Then, disconnect the mouse to connect your smartphone to your computer via a USB cable. Then just open the Windows file explorer and go to the “This PC” directory. However, it is essential that the mass storage option is activated (normally the icon is visible in the notifications).
Then click on the icon of your smartphone to explore its content, select the “internal storage memory” folder then copy and paste the folders and files you want to recover into a folder on your PC.
It’s not easy to recover Facebook data from a broken mobile phone, especially when the screen is permanently black and no longer responds when you turn it on… And without an OTG mouse nearby, it’s impossible to unlock it and access the contents of the folders .