DoYourData APFS data recovery on macOS High Sierra

Posted by Admin to Mac Data Recovery on January 10th, 2018

You are at this page because you are probably looking for DoYourData APFS data recovery - Does DoYourData Data Recovery for Mac support macOS High Sierra 10.13 and data recovery from APFS drive?

The answer is NO. According to technical specification at DoYourData official site, there is no macOS High Sierra and APFS file system supported, so DoYourData Data Recovery for Mac doesn't support macOS High Sierra and data recovery from APFS drive.

As DoYourData Data Recovery for mac 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 Mac Data Recovery is highly recommended to recover lost data from APFS drive.

APFS data recovery software - iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery

iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery is a free and professional Mac data recovery software that can recover deleted/lost data from APFS partition, recover data from formatted APFS hard drive, recover data from unmountable APFS drive, recover data from unreadable APFS hard drive, recover data from inaccessible APFS drive, recover deleted/lost APFS partition, etc.

Besides data recovery from APFS drive, iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery can also recover data from HFS+ drive, FAT32 drive, exFAT drive and hard drive, external hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card and many other storage devices in macOS Mojave 10.14/High Sierra 10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7.

Tutorial to recover lost data 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.

APFS data recovery software - iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery

Step 3: Select APFS drive where we have lost data, then click "Next" to scan lost data.

Step 4: After lost data is found, please select the files we expect and then click Recover to save them.

Step 5: Go through the recovered files to ensure we have got all lost files back.

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