Have you accidentally deleted MP3 music files from your computer, music player, mobile phone, camera, iPod or any other device?
Don’t worry about it; deletion of MP3 music file remains a common issue these days, but luckily you can undelete MP3 using efficient Photo Recovery Software.
MP3 is an audio-specific format that was designed by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) as part of its MPEG-1 standard and later extended in MPEG-2 standard. It is a file type of music which has been generally accepted by you. The birth of MP3 brings you to an advanced digital music world. Now MP3 have been widely shared over internet, music players supporting MP3 file got popular in your daily life (especially IPod). Now instead of maintaining physical copies of our albums in folders and cases, you are using applications, storage devices to manage your albums and collection of rare music numbers. You also have to buy MP3 music due to the strengthening protection of intelligence.
Apart from all these features accidental deletion of MP3 music files from your computer or any other device is a common issue where, you can recover deleted MP3 using My Undelete Software. When you delete MP3 files from the computer and empty them from Recycle Bin, they would disappear from your computer. But their content would not be destroyed immediately, windows marks files for deletion and removes them from the file system database when you delete them. This doesn’t mean they are immediately gone, and you have no chance to undelete MP3 files. If your music downloads appear to be lost: don’t panic! Unless the medium on which they are stored has been physically damaged, there is a good chance that they can be recovered. However, the chances of recovery depend on how many times the system disk or any other storage devices have been written to since the files disappeared. If you have filled up your device with the new music then your old MP3s will have been overwritten. If not, then don’t write to the device any more until all the options for recovering data have been exhausted.
Common scenarios that lead to deletion of MP3 music files from your computer or any other storage device:
- Mistakenly deleting few of your music files while deleting some other files or performing some other task
- Interruptions while transferring MP3 files from one storage device to another
- Turning off computer or other devices such as, music player, cell phone etc. while playing songs
- Formatting the music player or other device containing your MP3 files to make it free from corruption and formatting errors
- Corruption of drive containing your MP3 files due to virus or malware attacks
You can overcome from any of the situations mentioned above using My Undelete Software, which is one of the best MP3 recovery software. With the help of this software, you can bring back deleted, lost or missing MP3 music file format, no matter how you lost it. With the help of this software, you can also undelete photos from memory card and other different storage devices. Along with MP3, it will restore WAV, MIDI, M4b, AIFF, AIFC, RA and AMR music file formats from MP3 players and other digital gadgets. This application also restores photos, videos and other file types from storage devices like thumb drives, external hard drives, laptops, flash drives, etc. It is also compatible to undelete files from Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows server 2003 and 2008 OS and Mac OS. Hence, it is one of the powerful tools to Undelete MP3. By using this software, you can also recover deleted GoPro videos along with music and photos.
Steps to Undelete MP3 using My Undelete Software:
Step 1: Download and Install the demo version of the software and Run the Software. From the main screen select “Recover Photos” option and then two options are displayed “Recover Deleted Photos” and “Recover Lost Photos”. Select “Recover Deleted Photos” option to recover Deleted MP3 files from your computer.
Figure. 1 Main Screen
Step 2: Now, the software scans and displays a list of drives choose the particular drive from which you need to undelete mp3 files and click on “Next” button.
Figure. 2 Select Drive
Step 3: Once the scanning process is completed, you can view the recovered MP3 files in two different views i.e. “Data View” or “File Type View”.
Figure. 3 Preview Files
Step 4: To save the recovered files, select the files you wish to save or click Root folder to select, all the found data and click “Save”. A window to select the destination location to restore recovered data is displayed as shown in Figure 4.
Figure. 4 Select Destination Location