How To Easily Recover Deleted Pictures On Your Android Phone

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Pictures that encapsulated wonderful moments of your life are generally worth a lot to you personally. Now that you mostly take photos with your smartphone, it can easily happen that you unintentionally erase a very vital one while getting rid of numerous other photos to free up some space. Seeing photos from your last holiday or trip with your partner just disappear from your gallery undoubtedly gives you an awful feeling.

So if you’re the unlucky duck that deleted some important images, don’t get emotional just yet. There are ways to recover deleted images on Android phones. The most important thing to do first is turning off your data connection. That ensures that your phone doesn’t download new data from the web and overrides the part of your Android’s memory that stores the deleted images. Yes, deleting images doesn’t really delete them from your memory immediately. The deleted items are just not indexed anymore. However, they are not protected from being overwritten by new data.

Disk Digger scans your phone’s memory for deleted items and you can browse through the results once the scan finished. However, there’s a small chance that installing DiskDigger deletes your lost pictures for good. Installing a new app needs available space on your phone and that space could be part of your lost images. This will probably not be the case, but you should know that this could happen.

You can use EaseUS MobiSaver for Android. The software is powerful and easy to use.

Connect your Android phone to computer

Install and run EaseUS MobiSaver for Android and connect your Android phone to the computer with USB cable. Then click “Start” button to begin the deleted picture recovery job.

Scan Android phone to find deleted photos

In this step, EaseUS MobiSaver for Android can connect and scan your phone to find and analyzed all the data. After scanning, the software can classified the found data into different categories, for example, “Contacts”, “Messaging”. So you can easily find the files you want to get.

Preview and export the deleted photos to PC

You can preview all the listed pictures on your phone one by one. Here you can turn on “Only displayed deleted items” option to list the deleted photos only. Then select out those files you want to retrieve and click “Recover” button to get them back. Here the software will prompt you to specify a folder to save the recovered photos on your computer.

Picture courtesy – lifehacker.com.au


by techtalks @TechTalks March 4, 2016 4:58 AM UTC

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