Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.x and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)


Recover Mac Files from JetFlash

Transcend JetFlash is a USB drive used to store variety of information as it has built-in technology for faster transfer and sharing of data across different computers. JetFlash drives are easy to use, portable and reliable devices, where one can store both personal and business data. However, there are times that could lead to loss of files present on your Transcend JetFlash drive, when it is connected to a Mac computer. Recovery of all lost files is possible with the help of some Mac file recovery for USB drive software available in the market.

You can make use of Recover (Mac) utility to recover lost or deleted files from JetFlash or from any storage device. You might accidentally delete files from JetFlash USB drive using “Command+delete” keys while accessing them on a Mac system, where files bypasses Trash and doesn’t get stored in it. Same way you could have mistakenly formatted your JetFlash USB drive on Mac machine while trying to format another drive. Moreover, you could format it so as to make it free from virus infections. In all these situations, you can make use of this powerful Mac file recovery utility to recover files from formatted USB drive.

Apart from the above reasons, interruptions or errors that are encountered during the process of file transfer from Mac computer to JetFlash device or vice versa due to abrupt pulling out of JetFlash drive or power surges can also lead to deletion of Mac files from JetFlash USB drive. No matter how the files are lost from JetFlash, this recovery software can be used to retrieve lost files from external USB drive or from any other storage device that is connected to Mac machine. Along with media files like JPEG, PNG, MP3, MOV etc, it can effectively restore PDF files from USB on Mac like any other text files by using a special feature known as file signature search. In addition, it has "Find" option, using which you can locate files from the recovered data list.

This advanced software is reviewed and recommended by industry experts to carryout Mac file recovery from USB drive or from any other removable storage drives. It works compatibly on both Intel and PowerPC Mac platforms and restores deleted/lost Mac files from HFS+ and HFSX formatted and corrupted Mac volumes. You can make use of this advanced Mac file recovery tool to retrieve deleted files from Western Digital Mac USB drive, which are lost due to some data loss scenarios. Apart from this, you can even recover files from any manufacturer of USB flash drives like Sony, Kingston, SanDisk, etc. It can also perform lexar flash drive recovery and also supports external hard drives, memory cards, Fire wire drives, iPods etc .

Follow the steps to recover lost files from Transcend JetFlash USB drive as explained below.

Step I: Connect your Transcend JetFlash USB drive to the computer on which data recovery software is installed. Now launch the recovery software and click "Recover Files" option on main screen of the software, as displayed in Figure I.

Recover Mac Files from JetFlash - Select Recover Files

Figure I: Select Recover Files

Step II: Based on data loss situation, select either "Recover Lost Files" or "Recover Deleted Files" from the next screen as shown in Figure II.

Recover Mac Files from JetFlash - Select Any Option

Figure II: Select Any Option

Step III: From the list of detected drives, select your connected USB drive and click "Next", as shown in Figure III.

Recover Mac Files from JetFlash - Select USB Drive

Figure III: Select USB Drive

Step IV: After the completion of scanning process, software displays a list of recovered files and folders, as shown in Figure IV. This list can be viewed using either "File Type View" or "Data View" depending on your requirement.

Recover Mac Files from JetFlash - List of Retrieved Files

Figure IV: List of Recovered Files

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