iBoysoft Data Recovery
iBoysoft Data Recovery
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iBoysoft Data Recovery1.0

24 May 2018

Recover your lost data.

Overview

iBoysoft Data Recovery is a data recovery program that can support APFS file system on macOS High Sierra. It can recover data from encrypted APFS drive and recover deleted/lost APFS partition. Besides, iBoysoft Mac Data Recovery can also support HFS+, HFS, FAT32 and exFAT, it can recover data from formatted, unmountable, unreadable, inaccessible, corrupted hard drive, external hard drive, USB drive, memory card, SD card, etc.

What's new in iBoysoft Data Recovery

Version 1.0 (2.6):

Note: Although Finder indicates that this is version 1.0, the developer states that this is version 2.6.

  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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How would you rate iBoysoft Data Recovery app?

3 Reviews of iBoysoft Data Recovery

4
MacMec
20 September 2018
Version: 2.6

Most helpful

Unfortunately the APFS software costs more than HFS+ version. And the problems started with Apples latest but not greatest filesystem. Thank you, Apple.
And thanks iBoysoft. First I thought this was scam, but iBoysoft Data Recovery recovered big video data from a broken APFS SSD which was not playable after revovering with DiskDrill Pro. Thumbs up!
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ashokkr369
20 October 2020
Version: 1.0
I have a MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012. Last day, the machine couldn't be started. When I tried to reboot a few times and Mac still showed me the prohibitory symbol at startup. I tried to reboot in safe mode.. but it wasn't working. So, I decided to boot into verbose mode and the last message I got is: "ERROR! Could not find APFS system volume handle". I googled it to find out the problem and how to fix it. The first result was "[Solved] ERROR! Could not find APFS system volume handle" by iBoysoft data recovery. They suggested to Scan lost data by running a command on CMD terminal. The scanning process started and I was satisfied that the problem would be solved soon After a couple of hours of scanning. A window popped up showing the recovered data folders. And there was an option to "recover" the data. I clicked on it thinking, "finally, it's done". But then another window popped up asking for a $99.99 purchase or enter the purchased license number. I was not sure whether to go for it or not. I searched for it again on Google. Someone mentioned that after recovering the afps data, we have to reinstall the OS. Which needs disk partition, for that the disk need to be erased. I restarted the machine and tried to reinstall the software without data recovery by iBoysoft.. and it worked!! I don't know what's the point of recovering the data paying a hundred dollars when we have to erase the disk?
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yantheuser
05 March 2020
Version: 2.6
Absolutely useless after reformat. Found a lot of files, but all recovered files come out as damaged and are unreadable. Beware because there is no refunds at all even when contacted the support. Wasted $84.
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MacMec
20 September 2018
Version: 2.6
Unfortunately the APFS software costs more than HFS+ version. And the problems started with Apples latest but not greatest filesystem. Thank you, Apple.
And thanks iBoysoft. First I thought this was scam, but iBoysoft Data Recovery recovered big video data from a broken APFS SSD which was not playable after revovering with DiskDrill Pro. Thumbs up!
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