Disk Drill APFS data recovery on macOS Mojave/High Sierra
Disk Drill is a Mac data recovery software that is designed natively for macOS. With it, we can easily protect files from accidental deletions and recover lost files from Mac drives. After upgrading to macOS Mojave 10.14/High Sierra 10.13, our Mac hard drive will be automatically upgraded to APFS file system. So when we lost files on Mac, we are actually losing files on an APFS drive.
As APFS is quite different from all previous file systems, many Mac data recovery software has not been able to recover data from APFS drive yet. Does Disk Drill support APFS data recovery?
Does Disk Drill support APFS data recovery on macOS Mojave/High Sierra?
Strictly speaking, the answer is NO. Although Disk Drill can deep scan APFS partition, but the found files don't have folder structures. In most situations, folder structures are very important for us.
What's more, Disk Drill cannot recover data from encrypted APFS drive, so we have to find a APFS data recovery software which really supports APFS file system, recovers data from APFS drive and encrypted APFS drive?
iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery is such a APFS data recovery software that can easily recover deleted/lost files from APFS drive and encrypted APFS drive.
APFS data recovery software - iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery
iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery is a free & professional Mac data recovery software that can can
recover deleted/lost data from APFS partition,
Aside from APFS data recovery, iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery can also perform reliable data recovery from HFS drive, HFS+ drive, FAT32 drive, exFAT drive, recover data from various storage devices, including hard drive, external hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card, memory card.
Tutorial to recover lost files from APFS drive with iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery
Step 1: Download iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery and install it on Mac.
Step 2: Launch iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery.
Step 3: Select the APFS drive where we have lost files, then click "Next" to start scanning for lost files.
Step 4: Preview the files in listed scanning results, select files we need, and click "Recover" to get them back.
Step 5: Go through the recovered files to ensure we have got all lost files back.
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