In the family of powerful and cost-effective data recovery software from R-TT, R-Studio for Mac is specially designed for the Mac OS environment, including the Apple M1 chip. It recovers files from APFS/HFS+/HFS (Macintosh), FAT/NTFS/ReFS (Windows), UFS1/UFS2 (FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD/Solaris) and Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 FS (Linux) partitions. In addition, raw file recovery (scan for known file types) can be used for heavily damaged or unknown file systems. R-Studio for Mac also recovers data on disks, even if their partitions are formatted, damaged or deleted. Flexible parameter settings give you absolute control over data recovery.
Damaged RAID recovery. Standard RAID levels supported: volume set, 0, 1, 4, 5, 6. Nested and non-standard RAID level supported: 10(1+0), 1E, 5E, 5EE, 6E. Support for parity delays in all applicable levels. Support for customer-specified RAID layouts.
Automatic RAID parameter recognition. R-Studio can recognize all RAID parameters for RAID 5 and 6. This feature helps the user to solve one of the most difficult problems in RAID recovery - RAID parameter recognition.
Support for known file types (raw file recovery). R-Studio for Mac searches for specific data patterns ("file signatures") typical for certain file types (Microsoft Office documents, jpgs, etc.) allowing the user to recover files on heavily damaged or unknown files systems on various devices, including an HD, CD, DVD, floppy disk, Compact Flash Card, USB drive, ZIP drive, Memory Sticks, and other removable media. Support for known file types is the main and mandatory option for recovery data from HFS, HFS+ partitions. The entire file signature database is regularly checked and updated.
Expandable Known File Types. New file signatures can be added to the list of known file types by the end user.
Estimation of chances for successful file recovery.
Data recovery over the Network. Files can be recovered on network computers running Win2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/2012/2016/2019/Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Macintosh, Linux and UNIX.
Recovered files can be saved on any (including network) disks visible by the host operating system.
A hexadecimal disk and file editor supporting HFS/HFS+ data forks, resource forks and NTFS file non-resident attribute editing.
Patterns (or templates) in the hexadecimal editor allowing for parsing the data according to specific data structure. Such patterns may be custom-created.