Android Eraser is made to erase your data permanently from Android phone and tablet. Nobody can recover the erased data even the Android Data Recovery will not be able to recover the deleted data from your Android device.
Now let us see the complete guide on how to use Android eraser to completely and permanently erase/delete data from Android phone or tablet.
Step 1: Connect Your Android Phone To Computer
Download, install and launch Android Data Eraser on your computer and then click on “Erase” among the available tools.
Now connect your Android phone to computer with the help of USB cable. Make sure you have enabled the USB debugging on your Android phone. If your phone is running above Android OS version 4.2.2 then there will be a pop-up message on your Android phone asking you to enable USB debugging. You have to simply click on “OK” to continue the process.
Step 2: Start Erasing Your Android Device Permanently
After this, Android Eraser software will automatically detect and connect your Android phone. Hit on “Erase All Data” button to begin the easing your all data permanently.
Note: Before applying this process you must keep backup of your all important data because it will not be recovered by any tool.
Then you have to enter “delete” to confirm the process.
After this the software will start deleting your all Android data from your device. The erasing process will take few minutes, during this process don’t disconnect your Android phone or don’t use any phone management software on your computer.
Step 3: Factory Reset Your Android Phone
When the all apps, photos, documents and all other privacy data have been completely deleted, then the Android Eraser tool will ask you to tap on “Factory Data Reset” or “Erase All Data” on your device. This will help you to completely erase your data and all the settings on your phone.
Now your phone will not have any kind of data, all the data have been permanently erased and it’s like a brand new phone. Now you can easily sell or donate your phone to other without any worry of your personal data and information.