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Thumb drive recovery software for Mac

The easiest and quickest to restore lost files from thumb drive!

While you may see an option for thumb drives, and AppleXsoft File Recovery for Mac will scan thumb drives, the option is available to accommodate cases where external media was formatted with Mac OS X file systems (HFS+). Because AppleXsoft File Recovery for Mac was designed for OS X file systems it is recommended to use a product like AppleXsoft Photo Recovery for Mac for recovering photos, video, or images from thumb drives.
AppleXsoft Photo Recovery is a professional thumb drive data recovery software for Mac OS X 10.6 or higher, It can recover files from flash drives including Thumb Drive, USB flash drive, JumpDrive, Pen Drive, and many more USB flash drives. supports recover data after an accidental deletion, after a format process, or from corrupt thumb drives.

Click on the button above to download your free trial. If you are using Windows, please try the Photo Recovery for Windows .

You may find AppleXsoft Photo Recovery useful if… :

  1. You deleted one or more files from a Thumb drive by accident, and want them restored.
  2. Your Thumb drive was formatted, and want to recover files form formatted Thumb drive.
  3. You came across an old Thumb drive of yours (or someone else’s) that’s been corrupted or formatted, and would like to see what its previous contents were. .

What is a Thumb Drive?

A thumb drive is small electronic device used to store digital data, more portable and robust than a hard drive, ranging in capacities from 64MB to 256GB.
It is re-writeable and holds its memory without a power supply, unlike RAM. Thumb drives will fit into any USB port on a computer. They will also "hot swap," which means a user can plug the drive into a computer and will not have to restart it to access the thumb drive. The drive are small, about the size of a human thumb - hence, their name - and are very stable memory storage devices.

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