I have a folder, either </users/an/downloads/user data> or </users/an/downloads/user datas>, that I've accidentally cmd-opt-deleted.
The folder is used to store individual user data directories (used by Mac Chrome's
--user-data-dir flag) and there are many of such user directories. Collectively, there's a huge trove of important information within the deleted folder.
I'm willing to go to any length to recover the data. (I will exchange thousands of bucks to get back the data if needed, no-questions-asked.)
Is there a recovery tool that is able to recover this data? I've tried:
Stellar Phoenix; StellarPhoenixMacDataRecovery-Professional.dmg.zip
Data Rescue; Data_Rescue_5.0.4SR1.dmg
On Track Easy Recovery Mac; OntrackEasyRecoveryMac.dmg (Apple SG recommended this company for data recovery, yet when I phoned them, they claimed there's nothing they can do if their app can't see the data)
None of which is able to recover the data. Is there a recovery tool specific to recovering Mac Chrome's user data dir?
(default MacbookPro 15-inch 2017, macOS Sierra v10.12.5, 3.1 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3)
(APPLE SSD SM1024L Media—1 TB PCI-Express Internal Physical Disk, Macintosh HD—999.25 GB Logical Volume Mac OS Extended Journaled Encrypted)
(TimeMachine's not on; FileVault's On)