How to Recover Deleted WMA Files?

WMA stands for Windows Media Audio which is both an audio format and audio codec. These audio files are compressed at a higher rate compared to other audio files but still capable to produce highly quality audio output. But .wma files may also get deleted from your Windows computer due to various reasons. Well consider a scenario that, you are removing some files and folders from your system via command prompt, and during this process, you unknowingly erased some important .wma files which you have recorded at some special vacations, also the audio codecs that are linked to few valuable videos.

So, at that instant of time, you may opt for a best tool to know how to recover deleted WMA files. Anyhow, in current era, you will find lots of file retrieval products on Google, but the best and most reliable tool among them is iTunes Recovery Software. This software has specially designed programs that surely help you to restore deleted WMA files with utmost ease. Along with deleted WMA file recovery, this tool is also capable to recover MP3 files from your system hard drive. But before getting into this recovery process, know the common reasons behind deletion of WMA files;

  • Sometimes, if your storage media is lagging in storage memory, then you may delete unwanted data from it. But during deletion of unwanted data, you may accidentally delete some of your essential WMA files.
  • In Windows system, there will be a temporary storage space called Recycle Bin where all the deleted files will be stored. But if you empty Recycle Bin without reviewing its content, then there are chances that your essential WMA files and other data files may get permanently deleted.
  • Virus is an effective program that makes the files inaccessible. So, in order to remove virus from your system, you may run anti-virus app. But along with virus, this app can also delete infected files and folders which also includes WMA files.

Interrupted file transfer, improper defragmentation, deleting files using shift + delete keys, etc., are other reasons that can cause deletion of WMA files. But, by taking the assistance of iTunes Recovery Software, you can know how to recover deleted WMA files in a short period of time.

Spectacular features of iTunes Recovery Software

iTunes Recovery is an amazing tool which has been recommended by industry professionals to retrieve deleted WMA files. This proficient app has easy, secure and fast recovery process to perform deleted WMA file recovery. It has capability to recover iTunes from iPod and other iDevices. This robust engine has powerful algorithms that scans your entire device to undelete deleted WMA files. It has intuitive user interface which provides step by step procedure to know how to recover deleted WMA files within few eye blinks. In addition to deleted WMA file recovery, this tool can also recover other types of audio/music files like MP3, WAV, M4A, AIF, etc. It even allow you to recover deleted iTunes playlist songs that are stored in different storage system or device. Other than music files, it is also capable to restore images (JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, PSD, etc.), videos (WMV, MP4, AVI, MOV, etc.), etc. This software has potential to get back media files from iPods, memory stick, SD cards, flash drives, external hard disk, etc., on popular Windows based computers. It allows you to preview retrieved WMA files prior to restoration.

Procedure to recover deleted WMA files:

Step 1: First download and install this software on a healthy Windows computer. From the welcome page of this software, select “Recover Photos” option as shown in Figure 1.

Recover Deleted WMA Files - Main Page

Figure 1. Main Page

Step 2: From second screen select "Recover Deleted Photos" option. Then from this window select drive from which you want to restore deleted WMA files and then click on next arrow button as shown in Figure 2.

Recovering Deleted WMA Files - Select Drive

Figure 2. Select Drive

Step 3: Once the selected drive is scanned completely, you can use “File Type View” or "Data View" option to view all recovered WMA files as shown in Figure 3.

Recovery of Deleted WMA Files - Preview Screen

Figure 3. Preview screen