DiskWarrior APFS data recovery on macOS Mojave/High Sierra
After the release of High Sierra 10.13, most users have upgraded their Mac. As is known to all, the default file system on macOS Mojave 10.14/High Sierra 10.13 is different from all previous macOS and is named APFS file system. So when unfortunately we lose files on Mac, we are losing files on an APFS drive.
As APFS has not been released for long, many Mac data recovery software have not supported it yet. does DiskWarrior support APFS data recovery?
Does DiskWarrior support APFS data recovery on macOS Mojave/High Sierra?
The answer is NO. According Alsoft official declaration, although DiskWarrior 5.0 is compatible with macOS High Sierra 10.13, but Apple File System (APFS) disks are not recognized by DiskWarrior 5.0 and will not appear in the list of disks.
As DiskWarrior doesn't support APFS data recovery at all, we need to look for other Mac data recovery software to recover lost data from APFS drive, iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac is such a Mac data recovery software which can support APFS data recovery.
APFS data recovery software - iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac
iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac is a free & professional Mac data recovery software that can
recover deleted/lost data from APFS partition,
Aside from APFS data recovery, iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac can also recover lost data from HFS drive, HFS+ drive, FAT32 drive, exFAT drive, etc. recover lost data from formatted, unmountable, inaccessible, corrupted hard drive, external hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card and many other storage devices.
Tutorial to recover lost files from APFS drive with iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac
Step 1: Download iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac and install it on Mac.
Step 2: Launch iBoysoft Data Recovery for Mac.
Step 3: Select the APFS drive at which 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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