M3 Data Recovery for Mac is not only a Mac data recovery software, but also a (encrypted) APFS data recovery software. It provides a safe way to recover lost files from Macintosh HD, external hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card, etc.
Two preconditions using M3 Data Recovery for Mac:
1. The storage device is not physically damaged. If the storage device cannot be recognized by disk utility, it cannot be recognized by M3 Data Recovery for Mac either. In this situation, please send the failed device to a local data recovery professional for help.
2. The lost files have not been overwritten or corrupted. If the lost files have been overwritten, it is impossible to recover lost data. If the lost files have been corrupted, M3 Data Recovery for Mac doesn't have the function to repair the corrupted files.
So we highly suggest every customer try M3 Data Recovery for Mac before purchasing, download now.
Recover deleted files even emptied from Mac trash
The powerful data recovery algorithm built-in M3 Data Recovery for Mac makes file recovery of even permanently deleted files possible.
No matter you have emptied Mac Trash or pressed 'Command + Delete' keys, M3 Data Recovery for Mac can undelete files with ease.
Recover data from unreadable or unmountable drive
M3 Data Recovery for Mac provides the powerful data recovery features to rescue data from unreadable or unmountable drive.
No matter what file types they are, documents or photos, M3 Data Recovery for Mac can get lost files back with ease.
External drive data recovery for Mac
Connect external drive to your Mac and then recover all lost deleted files from that external drive.
M3 Data Recovery for Mac is fully compatible with external hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card, CF card, etc.
If you can't find existing APFS volume on your Mac, all that you need is M3 Data Recovery for Mac.
M3 Data Recovery for Mac can find the lost or deleted APFS volume and then recover data from that volume.
APFS data recovery, T2 chip data recovery
M3 Data Recovery for Mac is fully compatible with APFS file system and performs good recovery on APFS formatted drive.
M3 Data Recovery for Mac can also recover deleted or lost files from encrypted APFS drive and T2-secured Mac. Encrypted APFS data recovery and T2 chip data recovery require the password so that the data can be decrypted.
Easily rescue data after your Mac won't turn on
M3 Data Recovery for Mac provides two methods to rescue data after your Mac won't boot.
After your Mac is not turning on, you can run M3 Data Recovery for Mac in macOS Recovey mode or create a bootable media and then prevent data loss.
Two flexible scanning modes
M3 Data Recovery for Mac provides two flexible scanning modes to scan lost files from the storage device.
Quick scan is used to scan the deleted files, it takes less time.
Deep scan is used to find more files, it scans every sector on the specific drive and takes more time.
Powerful file preview before recovery
M3 Data Recovery for Mac provides a powerful "File Preview" function. With it, you can preview documents, photos and play videos, audios, etc. as long as your Mac supports to preview.
With this powerful file preview function, you can see if your lost files are recoverable before they are being recovered.
M3 Data Recovery is a lightweight application specialized in recovering lost or deleted files from local drives and external devices. Learn more >>
After launching M3 Data Recovery for Mac, it will automatically load the storage devices on your Mac. Then you can select one drive to scan, preview the found files and save the recovered files.
How it works
Download, install, launch
Download, install and launch M3 Data Recovery for Mac on your computer.
Select and Scan
Select one partition or hard disk where you lost data and click Next to start scanning.
Preview the found files and choose the right ones to recover.
Keep in mind: Save the recovered files to a different location from the original one.
Supported storage devices
Supported OS: macOS Catalina, Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra and Mac OS X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion
Supported file systems: APFS, encrypted APFS, HFS, HFS+, exfat and FAT32.
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