Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery is a powerful Mac file recovery application that recoups lost files from corrupted, formatted, and deleted HFS, HFS+, HFSX, and HFS Wrapper based volumes. The HFS recovery utility incorporates advanced recovery algorithms to comprehensively scan the corrupted volume and display the recoverable files in a tree-view format. The software comes with a boot DVD, which can be used to recover data even when the operating system does not boot.
Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery recovers data from HFS based volumes after they are corrupted due to volume header corruption, catalog file damage, master directory block damage, operating system damage, virus attacks, and human errors. The do-it-yourself HFS+ recovery software is embedded with detailed documentation that allows even a non-technical user to perform recovery. Compatible with MacOS Sierra10.12, OS X El Capitan 10.11, OS X Yosemite 10.10, OS X 10.9, OS X Mountain Lion 10.8, Lion OS X 10.7, OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, the HFS Wrapper recovery utility performs recovery in just three simple steps.
- Select HFS hard disk drive
- Scan the selected had drive with – Deleted Recovery, Advance Recovery or Raw Recovery etc.
- Save the recovered files.
HFS file recovery tool recovers data from other storage media as well, like external hard drives, memory cards, USB flash drives. The read only software performs safe recovery of data without modifying or overwriting the original data saved in HFS volume. The HFS data recovery tool features numerous advanced features like Create Image, File Filter, File Mask, Save Scan Information, Resume Recovery, Time Machine Recovery and Encrypted Drive Recovery.
Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery ensures recovery of all file types, including MXF, MUS, PTF, AAC, fh3, fh5, fh7, fh8, fh9, fh10, fh11, NSF, PMD, EPS, SHW, PS, VMX, ENC, plist. The HFS+ recovery software is available in two versions – demo and complete. The former version allows the user to preview the recoverable files and analyze its features. The later version, however, differs only when the user wants to save the recovered files.