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How Do I Recover Accidentally Lost Photos from Samsung Galaxy S4?

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It is really very trouble if lost the precious photos by wrongly deleted, format SD card, factory reset, updates issue and so on. Recently, many people asked about how to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S4? For this issue, we collect some useful solutions here. Hope that it can help you to solve this issue well.
 
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When You Can Retrieve Galaxy S4 Data?
How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy S4 without Computer?
How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy S4 Without Rooting
How to Protect Your Photos?

When You Can Retrieve Galaxy S4 Data?


If you wrongly deleted the data and haven’t add any files to your phone. Then you can use the data recovery tool to get back the photos from S4. But if your files hasn’t been deleted for  weeks or month ago, and you have use your Samsung S4 as normal(including updates, download etc.)then you might not restore your photos. 

Let me explain. When you deleted a files from your phone, the file you can find in the phone, but actually it still exist on your device. In this time, if you don’t add other files to replace the space which for storing the deleted photos, then you can have them back easily.

How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy S4 without Computer?


You may want to recover images from Samsung S4 without using a PC. Then choose this tool, GT Data Recovery, but please note that this tool only for rooted phone. Let’s see how it works.

1. Download GT Data Recovery from google App store.

2. Launch the app and choose the files type you want to get back.

recover s4 photos without PC

3. Now press ”Start new scan” to process.

scan photos

4. Once scanning complete, you will see kinds of files shown, select those file you want to recover and click recover.

finish scan

click to restore

5. That will be it you will recover your file


How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy S4 Without Rooting


If your Samsung galaxy S4 hasn’t been rooted, and you don’t want to root it. Just use Android Data Recovery, this Samsung recovery software will help you to recover the files like photos, contacts, videos, audios, Whatsapp messages etc. from Samsung S4 or other Android devices.

If want to see weather it can recover your deleted files, try the free trial version as below and see.



Follow really simple steps to retrieve your lost or deleted pictures from your Samsung S4.


Step 1: Download, install and launch dr.fone for Android on your computer. Click Data Recovery item to process. 
samsung photos recovery

Step 2: The software will asked your to connect Samsung s4 to PC, then use an USB to connect it to PC. If need to enable USB debugging, you can follow the guidance on this software or click here to finish this step.
usb debugging to samsung s4

Step 3: Once connect well, the Android Data Recovery will detect your S4 by automatic. Once your device is detected, the program will scan the device for all data. You can choose the files you want scanned in the next window. In this case, we want to find lost pictures so we select "Gallery".
select gallery to scan

Step 4: Click on “Next” and the software will scan for images. Once the scan is complete all the files available in the Gallery will be displayed as shown below. Choose the ones you want to recover and click on “Recover”.
recover photos from samsung s4

This is how easy to recover deleted Samsung photos with dr.fone toolkit. Even if you are not tech savvy, this is also as easy as 1-2-3 for you.

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How to Protect Your Photos?


We can’t sure that there is no happened to our important data and cause the loss. So we need to do something to prevent. If you don’t want to take risks, then remember to backup your galaxy from time to time

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