How to recover lost data from uninitialized AppleAPFSMedia?

Posted by Katrina to Mac Data Recovery on June 8th, 2018

With the release of macOS High Sierra, APFS replaces the previous HFS+ as the default file system. Many people have enjoyed the advantages of APFS, but some unexpected errors still cannot be avoided. The uninitialized error on AppleAPFSMedia is the most common one, which will cause serious data loss.

Usually, when the uninitialized error appears on AppleAPFSMedia, Disk Utility will show it as uninitialized and all partitions on this drive are lost. The uninitialized AppleAPFSMedia may be caused by electrical failure, virus intrusion, abrupt power supply, bad platter area, hard drive crashed, corrupt file system, accidental deletion of files, etc. This passage will outline how to recover lost data from not initialized APFS hard drive.

How to recover lost data from uninitialized AppleAPFSMedia?

With a professional APFS data recovery program, recovering lost data from uninitialized APFS disk is not difficult as we think. iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery is the best APFS data recovery software that can effectively and easily recover lost documents, photos, videos, music, emails from uninitialized AppleAPFSMedia, hard drive, external hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card, memory card, pen drive, digital camera, etc.

Also, it is able to recover lost data from encrypted APFS drive, recover lost data from formatted, unreadable, unmountable, inaccessible APFS drive, and recover lost data from deleted/lost APFS partition.

Step-by-step instruction to recover lost data from uninitialized AppleAPFSMedia

Step 1: Download and install iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery on your Mac machine.

Step 2: Launch iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery.

Step 3: Click "Find Lost APFS Partitions" on the top right corner and then choose the uninitialized AppleAPFSMedia to scan all lost partitions on this drive.

Recover lost data from uninitialized AppleAPFSMedia

Step 4: Select the partition where you lost data and click "Next" to scan all lost files on this partition.

Step 5: Preview the scanning results, choose files you need, then click "Recover" and specify a location to store the files.

Step 6: Go through to ensure you have got all lost files back.

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