Mac data recovery after using Command + Shift + Delete
In order to delete some unwanted files, I use "Command + Shift + delete" in Mac Trash. But later, I recognize there are still important files among those deleted folder. Those files can't be found at Mac Trash any more. Is there any way to undo empty Trash on Mac or get files back? Help!
To delete files on Mac with shortcuts, you can either use Command + Delete, using to move the selected item to Mac Trash, or Command + Shift + Delete, using to empty Mac Trash. For files that are deleted by the first combination, we can find those deleted files in Mac Trash. But for files deleted by Command + Shift + Delete, it's more difficult to restore. those deleted files since files can't be found in Mac Trash.
Is there any way to undo empty Trash on Mac? Here, we will introduce how to recover files deleted by Command + Shift + Delete.
Tips for Mac data recovery after using Command + Shift + Delete
Although we can recover files deleted by Command + Shift + Delete, here is one thing we should note: after deletion, we should stop using the Mac until the data recovery has been successfully done.
That's because any further operation on the Mac may write new data to the drive and cover the deleted files. For deleted files that have been overwritten, the recovery would not be possible.
Mac data recovery after using Command + Shift + Delete - how to make it
All we need is iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery, a free Mac data recovery software that can recover files deleted by Command + Shift + Delete, recover deleted files even emptied from Mac Trash, recover files deleted by rm command, recover deleted files, recover deleted photos in Photos, etc. on macOS 10.15/10.14/10.13/10.12 and Mac OS X 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6.
Aside from deleted file recovery, iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery can also recover data from formatted, unmountable, unreadable, inaccessible Macintosh HD, external hard drive, USB flash drive, memory card, digital camera, etc.
Step-by-step guidance to recover files deleted by Command + Shift + Delete on Mac
Step 1: Download and install iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery on Mac.
Step 2: Launch iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery.
Step 3: Select the drive which we have deleted files using Command + Shift + Delete, click "Next" to search for deleted files.
Step 4: Preview the files in the searching results, choose files we want, and click "Recover" to get those deleted files back.
Step 5: Have a check to ensure all lost files have been successfully restored.
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