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The best way to protect the data on your Android phone is to back up data in the device. Then, if your phone becomes dead, you can restore your important data from the previous backup. However, if there is no available backup file, you can still recover data from dead phone with MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android. Get more details in this post.

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What Is a Dead Android Phone?

A dead phone is a phone that you are unable to turn it on. The situation may get even worse: you can’t charge the phone.

The following is a real-life case from Reddit:

It can be said that the above case is a serious situation. There are so many valuable photos and videos on the dead phone but there is no available backup file. That user is looking for a way to recover data from dead phone.

Before talking about dead cell phone data recovery, some of you may ask why a phone becomes a dead phone. Keep on reading.

Tip: If you want to recover data from iPhone that won’t turn on, you can refer to this post to learn how to do this work: It’s Easy to Recover Data from Bricked iPhone with MiniTool.

How Does an Android Phone Get Dead?

An Android phone may get damaged due to several reasons. Here, we summarize some common causes you may encounter in your daily life:

  • If your Android phone is dropped down on the floor or on some hard surface, the device may get dead unfortunately.
  • If your phone gets wet or is dropped in rain, water, or some other kinds of liquid, you may get a dead phone once you have not taken timely and correct countermeasures.
  • Due to some unknown reasons, there may be any kind of shorting in the Phone PCB.

Do you know how to recover data from broken Android phone? Here, MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android is introduced in this post to solve this issue.

Now, you know the main reasons for dead phone. Then, you need to take care of your phone when using it. However, if dead phone issue happens finally, you can try to recover data from phone that won’t turn on by using a third-party Android data recovery software.

How to Recover Data from Dead Phone Internal Memory via MiniTool?

MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android is a free Android data recovery software that is specially designed to restore deleted and lost data from Android devices, including Android phones, tablets, and SD cards. The supported data types are various including photos, videos, messages, documents, and more.

Additionally, this software can also show you the existing files on the device. That is, it can fully meet your need to recover data from dead phone by accessing internal memory dead phone to extract its data.

This program has two recovery modules: Recover from Phone and Recover from SD-Card. To recover data from dead phone, you need to use the Recover from Phone module. However, to make this module work, you need to make sure that your Android phone meets the following two requirements:

  • This module can only retrieve files from the rooted Android phones or tablets, so, you need to make sure that your phone has been rooted before.
  • The USB debugging of your Android phone should also be enabled. Meantime, you have made the phone trust the computer you are going to use. Then, this software can identify the device successfully.

With MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android Free Edition, you can recover 10 pieces of one type data each time. Now, you can press the following download button to get this freeware to have a try.

In the following content, we will walk you through the detailed steps to recover data from dead phone with MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android.

1. Connect the dead phone to your computer via USB cable.

2. Open the software to enter its main interface.

3. Choose the Recover from Phone module to continue.

4. The software will identify the phone automatically and then show you the Device Ready to Scan

This interface shows you some related information includes the data types it can restore and two scan modes: Quick Scan and Deep Scan.

Which scan mode you need to use? It depends:

  • If you only want to restore some text messages like contacts, messages, and call records, you can choose the Quick Scan Besides, this is a quick scan mode that will cost you a lot of time.
  • If you want to recover photos, videos, audios, and more from your Android phone, you need to use the Deep Scan This mode will scan the whole device. Thus, the process will last for a long time. Be patient, please.

Choose one scan mode according to your actual situation.

Suppose that you want to recover photos from Android phone. Then, you need to choose the Quick Scan mode to start the scanning process.

5. It will take a while to end the scanning process. Then, the software will show you the data types it can recover on the left side of the software.

To restore photos from dead phone, you need to choose Camera, Screenshot, or App Picture from the left list. Then, this software will show you all the items in that type of folder. The names of the deleted items are in orange and the names of the existing files are in black.

Next, you need to check the files you want to rescue and press the Recover button to select a proper location to save these files. Here, both an internal hard drive and an external drive can be served as the storage path.

After finishing these 5 steps, you can access the specified path to use the recovered files immediately.

If you want to use this software to restore your Android data without limits, you can choose to update this software to a full edition. Please go to the MiniTool official store to choose a suitable edition according to your own need.

Tip: In this part, we show you how to recover data from the internal memory of your Android phone. Actually, some of you also use the SD card to increase the storage space on Android. If the data loss issue happens to SD cards, you can visit this page to get some available solutions: SD Card Recovery - MiniTool Helps You Solve Multiple Situations.

However, if there is an available backup file, you can also restore your data from the previous backup directly.

How to Recover Data from Dead Phone via Backup?

Way 1: Recover Android Data from Google Account

Many of you prefer to back up Android data by using the Google account. The data you can back up with this way includes photos, videos, documents, audios, and more.

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However, this way doesn’t give you the chance to select the certain files you want to restore. Besides, you can't restore a backup from a higher Android version onto a phone that is running a lower Android version.

To recover Android data from Google account, you just need to add your Google account to a normal working Android device that has been reset and then follow the on-screen steps to finish the operation. At last, all your needed data will be back to your Android phone.

Way 2: Recover Android Data from PC

If you have transferred your files from Android to PC, dead cell phone data recovery can be much easier. You can just use the backed up files directly on your computer. Or, you can transfer your needed files to your new phone and use them as normal.

How to Back up Android Phone?

Many situations may cause data loss on your Android phone. To protect your data on the device, you can back up your Android regularly. Then, you can still have a chance to restore your Android data even the phone is physically damaged and the data on it is unrecoverable.

There is more than one way to do such a job. In the following content, we will walk you through ways to back up your Android data:

  • How to back up Android data via Google account
  • How to transfer Android data to PC via USB
  • How to back up Android data to PC using MiniTool

How to Back up Android Data via Google Account?

You can back up photos, videos, documents, and settings from your Android phone to your Google Account. Then, you will be able to restore them directly to the original phone or to a new device when necessary.

You can manually back up your phone at any time. Here, we will show you a common guide. For different brands of phone, the operation may vary.

  1. Open the Settings app on your phone.
  2. Go to System > Advanced > Backup.
  3. Make sure the Back up to Google Drive option is toggled on and then press the Back up now button to start the backup process.

How to Transfer Android Data to PC via USB?

It is easy to transfer files from Android phone to PC via USB cable. Please follow these steps:

  1. Unlock your Android phone.
  2. Connect the phone with your computer with a USB cable.
  3. Tap the USB for charging notification on your phone.
  4. Select the File Transfer option under Use USB for.
  5. A file transfer window will pop out on your computer. Then, you need to use it to drag files.
  6. After transferring all the needed files to PC, eject the phone from your computer and then unplug the USB cable.

How to Back up Android Data to PC Using MiniTool?

As mentioned above, MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android can also detect the existing files on your Android phone internal storage. Thus, you can also consider it as a piece of Android data extraction software, and use it to back up Android data to PC.

You can also use the Recover from Phone module to transfer your Android data to PC. The detailed steps have been listed in the How to Recover Data from Dead Phone Internal Memory via MiniTool in this post. We will not repeat them here.

You can also refer to this post to get more information: How to Transfer Files from Android to PC Effectively?

Tip: Since there are also many important files in your Android SD card, you’d better use a professional backup software to back up your files on the card to keep them safe.

Bottom Line

In this post, we introduce two solutions to recover data from dead phone. One is using third-party Android data recovery software, and the other way is to use the previous backup. You can just choose one solution according to your actual situation.

Should you have any question when using our software, you can just feel free to contact us by sending an email to [email protected] or let us know in the comment. You can also share your solutions with us.

The Collector
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Location(s)
In his laboratory in passages, between each two biomes.
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The Collector is an NPC in Dead Cells. He invites the player to give him cells and blueprints in return for experimental items and more power. Purchases from the Collector carry over through each run.

  • 1Upgrades

Upgrades[editedit source]

There are four types of upgrades: general improvements, Mutations, Weapons, and Skills. In addition to equipment, the player can also find blueprints for outfits, which will change their appearance. They can all be found at the Tailor.

Health Flask I must be unlocked before anything else. Anything other than general improvements are NOT listed here, as they can be found on their individual pages.

General improvements[editedit source]

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IconNameDescriptionCell cost RequirementsNotes
Health Flask IUnlocks a health potion that can be used at any time.5Must be unlocked first.Heals 60% of your health over a few seconds. Each use removes 5 Malaise.
Health Flask IIThe health potion can be used 2 times.50Health Flask I
Health Flask IIIThe health potion can be used 3 times.150Health Flask II, unlock 10 items
Health Flask IVThe health potion can be used 4 times.300Health Flask III, unlock 25 items
Gold Reserves IPreserves up to 500 GOLD when you die.5Health Flask I
Gold Reserves IIPreserves up to 1000 GOLD when you die.35Gold Reserves I
Gold Reserves IIIPreserves up to 1500 GOLD when you die.100Gold Reserves II, unlock 8 items
Gold Reserves IVPreserves up to 2000 GOLD when you die.200Gold Reserves III, unlock 15 items
Gold Reserves VPreserves up to 2500 GOLD when you die.400Gold Reserves IV, unlock 30 itemsOnly available after finding its blueprint in the secret maze room in the Ancient Sewers. Requires the Homunculus Rune to get.[1]
Recycling IYou can transform the items you find on the ground or in chests into gold (7% of the sale price)25Health Flask I
Recycling IIYou can transform the items you find on the ground or in chests into gold (15% of the sale price)120Recycling I
Random Melee WeaponThe starting weapon is randomly drawn from those you have unlocked.65Unlock 12 items
Random Starting BowThe starting bow is randomly drawn from those you have unlocked.65Unlock 2 items
Random Starting ShieldThe starting shield is randomly drawn from those you have unlocked.65Unlock 2 items
RestockRefreshes a shop's stocks at a very reasonable price.300Unlock 20 itemsThe player can interact with a pedestal at any shop to change the items on display. Can be used 5 times per shop, with the shopkeeper's prices increasing by +40% every time it is used.
Specialist's ShowroomUnlocks a special shop in the Prisoner's Cells. There you'll find all sorts of rare and expensive oddities for only the most experienced and discerning shoppers.150Unlock 20 itemsMakes the Specialist's Shop spawn in Prisoners' Quarters each run, which contains a Hunter's Grenade, a Forgotten Map, and the Golden Outfit blueprint.
Hunter's MirrorUnlocks a mirror near the Scribe that may come in handy during your hunts.150Specialist's ShowroomShows a random enemy or boss that carries a blueprint you don't have yet, Will not show any items that cannot be unlocked at that difficulty, but the mirror can show you inaccessible enemies.
Merchandise CategoriesThe merchants will offer a wider range of categories.300Unlock 30 itemsFound in the Graveyard. The Architect's key (found randomly in a wall) is needed to get it.

You can now pick between 3 categories in item shops. This will force the shop to have only the items selected. (Does not affect the food shops.)

Weapon and skill shop categories can be chosen between the 3 colors: Brutality, Tactics, Survival.

This can be changed in Custom Mode to work as it did prior to v1.9 which allowed the choice of different weapons (Melee, Ranged, Shields) and skills (Deployable Traps, Grenades, Miscellaneous Skills)

Advanced Forge IYou can increase the quality of an object at the forge twice instead of once.200Gold Reserves IV, unlock 40 itemsOnly accessible after defeating Conjunctivius for the sixth time.
Recycling TubesAllows you to choose between a few sets of starting equipment, each containing a melee weapon, ranged weapon, shield and two skills.150Only available after you get its blueprint by defeating the Hand of the King on 1 BSC mode.

Replaces your starting equipment with a large room that holds 4 sets of starting equipment. (If you do not have a Random Starting X upgrade, you still get the basic weapon).

Dialogue[editedit source]

First time meeting the Collector:

  • 'Well, look who it is...'
  • 'I'm the collector, and I'm about the closest thing you'll find to decent company around here.'
  • 'Bring me the CELLS you gather from the others. In exchange, i'll procure a few useful little items for you...'
  • 'Should you stumble upon a BLUEPRINT, bring it to me and I will introduce you to some more... experimental items.'

Notes[editedit source]

  • According to the Blacksmith and the Tailor's quotes, the Collector appears to have connections with them.
  • The Collector shares a similar leg structure with the Bomber enemy. Whether this is intentional or not is unknown.

References[editedit source]

  1. https://gfycat.com/HarshFrigidIsabellinewheatear
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