How To Recover Deleted Photos From Android

– November 27, 2015 6:00 PM –

As a matter of fact, accidental delete of utmost important files from Android is no exception now, or I can say it’s the most common mistake everyone of us is prone to. Few days back, out of some random clicks on screen, I too accidentally deleted the array of most important Photos from my Android. When it came to my notice, my whole world came crashing down as neither I had backup of any kind nor there is any provision of Recycle Bin from where I could restore all my Photos, Disastrous. Isn’t it?

Though I started convincing myself that everything is Okay, but from bottom of my heart I knew it is not. While searching the solution, I came across various tutorials but rarely any of them worked and suddenly I got my hands on something special. Instead of blabbering, let me tell you how I managed to Recover Deleted Photos From Android in just 5 minutes :

Pre-requisite Before You Try To Recover Deleted photos From Android

  1. In order to retrieve deleted photos from Android, make sure as soon as you accidentally deleted data from Android, you’d better avoid using your Phone to take photos or video, or import other files to the SD card.
  2. A USB cable to connect your PC/Mac with Android device.
  3. Download Dr Fone For Android for your respective OS, you can use either the paid or free version. I am personally using this tool and it turned out to be a great resource for me so far.

Download Dr Fone For Android

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How To Recover Deleted Photos From Android :

Step 1 : Make sure you have USB debugging enabled on your Android. In case it is not, here’s how to do it :

For Android 2.3 or earlier: Head over to “Settings” < Click “Applications” < Click “Development” < Check “USB debugging”.

For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Head over to “Settings” < Click “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging”.

For Android 4.2 or newer: Head over to “Settings” < Click “About Phone” < Tap “Build number” for several times until pop up is loaded “You are under developer mode”. Now get back to “Settings” < Click “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging”.

Step 2 : Launch Dr Fone For Android and connect your Android to PC/Mac via USB.

How To Recover Deleted Photos From Android

Step 3 : In order to recover all the deleted photos, this tool will automatically Root your device. Indeed, No hassle of rooting your device manually, Isn’t it great? In case you are worried about the voiding warranty of your device after Root, just relax as Dr Fone For Android will automatically unroot your Android as soon as recovery process is over. “No Root = No Warranty Void”.

How To Recover Deleted Photos From Android

Step 4 : Select Gallery from the Dr Fone Recovery Screen and tap on Next.

How To Recover Deleted Photos From Android

Step 5 : To recover accidentally deleted photos, I’d have rather preferred you to go for “Scan for all files” but it’ll take a good amount of your precious time. In case you want some quick results, go for “Scan for deleted files“.

How To Recover Deleted Photos From Android

Step 5 : Once done, tap on Recover to allow this life saver tool to recover all the possible photos that were lost. Just sit back and have a cup of coffee, meanwhile allow Dr Fone to do the task for you.

In few minutes, you’ll be prompted by Dr Fone asking where to store all these recovered Photos. Certainly your heart will skip the beat after seeing those precious photos that were mistakenly deleted by you.

How To Recover Deleted Photos From Android

This amazing Recovery tool helped me to Easily Recover Deleted Photos From Android. Share your success story and how you managed to Retrieve deleted photos. In case of any queries or issues, feel free to ask via comment section or Contact us section. I’ll try my best to get back as soon as possible.

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