Can We Recover Data from Xbox 360 Flash Drive? Sure!
There are many reasons can cause the data loss from a Xbox 360 flash drive, such as improper operation, virus attack, system error, etc. It is necessary to learn how to recover data from your Xbox 360 flash drive. First of all, you must stop using the Xbox 360 flash drive immediately once you found the data has lost. The reason is that if you keep on using the flash drive, the lost data might be overwritten by the new data. Next, you can find a third-party recovery program to help you get back lost files.
Instead of search from the Internet for the program without destination, you can completely rely on iPubsoft Data Recovery or Data Recovery for Mac, which is a power tool for you to perform Xbox 360 flash drive recovery with only a few simple mouse clicks. With it, you can easily retrieve lost files, including videos, music, photos, documents and more from your Xbox 360 flash drive. Follow the Windows-based guide below to learn how to retrieve data from Xbox 360 flash drive. The operation on Mac platform is almost the same.
Download the trial version of iPubsoft Data Recovery from below and then start the recovery.
A Few Steps to Restore Lost Files from Xbox 360 Flash Drive
Step 1: Run software and plug Xbox 360 flash drive
After downloading and installing the Data Recovery on your Windows PC, connect your Xbox 360 flash drive to your computer and launch the software. You will see there are 4 recovery modes are provided. You can choose the right mode you need and click "Next".
Step 2: Select your Xbox 360 flash drive to scan
Select the hard drive for your Xbox 360 flash drive and click "Start Scan" to scan the flash drive. After the quick and deep scan, all found files in your Xbox 360 flash drive will displays.
Step 3: Begin to Recover Selected Files
You can check the files that you want to recover by the file names. Also, you can preview some file types to make sure whether they are the one you need. In the end, you can select files you need and click the button of "Recover" to save them on your computer.
Tips: We strongly suggest you DO NOT save the retrieved files to the flash drive again after the recovery, because it might cause the recovery failure.