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How to Recover Deleted Photos from Android

Have you ever encountered a problem that you just deleted precious photos unintentionally? Or someone deleted your photos by accident when playing your smartphone? Or maybe your Android phone got broken, lost or stolen? No matter what kind of situation, the fact is your photos were no longer in existence. Needless to say, you will become anxious! Your anxiety will go increasing when you cannot find any way to restore your photos. Here I highly recommend Android Recovery for you.
Android Recovery is a heavy-duty Android photo recovery tool, which is capable of restoring your deleted or lost photos from Android phone effectively. What’s more, it can keep photos on your device original, no damage, deletion or modification at all, and only read and recover the data, no personal information leaking, or things like that.
Note: 1. Before using Android Recovery, make sure that your phone can be switched on and detected by your computer, and the battery is not less than 20%.
2. Not all Android devices are supported right now by this software for Android, unless your phone is rooted.

Solution 1: How to Recover Android Photos with Android Recovery

Download the free trial version of Android Recovery below.

Step 1.

Connect your smartphone and enable USB debugging

To begin with, run the program on your computer after the installation. Then connect your Android device to the computer. If your device can be detected by the program, you can directly skip to the next step. If not, you'll get the window below and need to enable USB debugging on your device at first.
connect android phone to pc

Check your Android OS version, and follow the steps below to enable USB debugging.
1: For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2: For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3: For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
enable usb debugging

Step 2.

Start to scan your Android

Click "Start" button on the program's window to make it analyze your device before the scanning. Make sure that the battery is more than 20% before you begin.
analyze android phone

After scrutinizing your device, you can your device for lost data such as messages, contacts, photos and video now. Go to your device's screen, and click "Allow" to let the program scan your phone. Then click "Start" on the program's window.
scan android phone

Step 3.

Preview and recover lost photos

This program can help to find a large number of pictures lost at different time, so the scan will also cost you quite a long time. Just be patient and you'll get back plenty of your lost photos.
recovery photos

When the scan completes, you can preview all your photos, as well as contacts and messages in the scan result. Choose those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.

Solution 2: Recover photos from Android with Photo Recovery

Download the free trial version of Photo Recovery below. Choose the right version for your need.

Step 1.

Connect your Android phone to computer

Launch the program and select the device to scan. If it is detected, you can see it on the interface of the software below.
connect android to computer

select drive

Step 2.

Preview photos

After the scan, preview and check the recoverable photos scanned out.

Step 3.

Recover android photos

Select those you want and perform the recovery.
recover deleted photos

It is important that you do not take or save new pictures on your phones before you recover the lost pictures, because the newly added data may overwrite the deleted files and make them unrecoverable.


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