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Android Photo Recovery: Recover Deleted Photos on Android

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Video of Android Photo Recovery tutorial.

Have you ever accidentally deleted important pictures on your Android phone or tablet? This will make you panic, right? Especially when you have no backup on other places. 

Losing photo really matters. Even though an old proverb says: it is no use crying over spilt milk, that is, you can’t do anything if something happens, you must still want to rescue your deleted pictures by any means. So, anything you can do?

Surely there is. Thankfully, are you ready to today’s technology day?

Android Photo Recovery can help you stop grieving over the lost. With RenewAndroid Data Recovery Software, you can efficiently recover deleted photos, contacts, videos etc. which got lost on Android phone because of wrongly deletion or other reasons. Now, let’s go ahead and see how it works on Android and retrieve the deleted photos. 

Can You Recover Deleted Photots from Android without Backup?
How to Recover Deleted Photos on Android with Computer?
Where are Photos Stored on Android Smart Phone?
Frequently Asked Android Photo Recovery Questions

Can You Recover Deleted Photots from Android without Backup?

Not like iOS device, Android has no Recently Deleted" album. Thus, sometime you don't know what pictures you have deleted. But the recently deleted photos are still exist on the phone if there is no over-written occur.(The way to avoid over-written is to stop using Android device once data loss happened).

This feature allows people to get back the deleted photos from Android. The only thing you can do is to choose a reliable tool. Which is safely, convenient and efficient! Luckily, Android Data Recovery on RenewAndroid is that kind of software.

Further Reading: How to Recover Lost Pictures from Samsung?

Further Reading: How to Recover deleted Photos from Motorola?

Recover Pictures on Android with Android Photo Recovery

Android Photo Recovery, an efficient recovery software aim to retrieve deleted photos from Android internal storage and SD card. It can recover kinds of files types, including photos, contacts, messages, WhatsApp call history and so on, and supports many Android devices, such as Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Sony etc.. Not only you can it recover photos from wrongly deletion, but also can extract data from broken screen Android device

Click icons as below to free download the trail version. you can free download this trail version and have a try first, if you think it really suit to your issue,

download win version       download mac version

Step 1 Stop Update Your Android Data Once Have Precious Data Lost

In order to do picture recovery on Android, you should remember that not to add any updates to your phone once your Android gets data loss. Otherwise, your backup file will be overwritten because of your update and what you deleted accidentally can not be extracted back any longer.

Step 2 Connect your Beloved Android to the Computer

After installing Android Photo Recovery on your computer, launch it and you will see the interface as below. Then, connect your Android phone to the computer. After the program has scanned and detected out your device, you can move on to the next step.

connect to android

Step 3 Enable USB Debugging on your Android

If you haven't enable USB debugging on your Android, you will be required to enable it first. If you have enabled that, you can just neglect it. Choose the correct way to enable USB cable according to your operating system version.
1) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings > About Phone > Build number" for several times until you get a note saying that "You are under developer mode". Then, go back to "Settings > Developer options > USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings > Developer option > USB debugging"
3) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging".

enable usb debugging

Step 4 Scan images from Android and Select Data Item
After that, your device will be connected and the software will begin analyzing your Android phone for lost data when you see the window below. 

select data to recover

In the latest version of Android Data Recovery, you are empowered to choose which type of files to be scanned. 
photo recovery for android

Then, the program will ask you to turn to Android device. Click "Allow" on the screen to let the program scan your device.

Step 5 Start Photo Recovery for Android

When the scanning progress ends, all your Android data will be scanned out and listed in the interface, you can preview them all one by one. As you previewing, you can mark down those photos, contacts, movies, text messages, and so on, that you want to get back. After previewing and choosing all what you want, you can simply click "Recover" on the lower-right corner of the program. After a few seconds, all your lost Android data will be extracted and saved on your computer. If you also need to recover deleted messages on Android, this recovery tool will help you too.
recover photos from android

Note: To make sure not to miss any Android data, you should make sure not to sync anything as long as you find your data has lost. Because, once you sync anything and do backup, the backup file will be overwritten and the previous data would go forever. Besides, to import those recovered data back to you, you can use Android Transfer which is another excellent tool that can help you transfer and import contacts, messages, photos, videos, apps, and so forth.

Go and get the full version from below. After buying the full version, you will get lifetime update and technical support of it.


Tip: Backup Android to Protect the Files

Backup Android photos from time to time and no need to worry about that the files can’t be restore. 

As you have seen, the tutorial is so easy to grasp. Yes, just 4 simple steps: Connect your Android phone, Enable USB debugging, Analyze and scan data, Preview and recover, then you can have your Android lost data recovered.

Where are Photos Stored on Android Smart Phone?

When backing up pictures to PC, some people might have question about how to  finding out the places where the photos are stored. Because the photos comes with  difference ways, including from the camera, third-part camera apps, or other transferred to SD card, they are stored in different folders. Keep reading the content below to get more information.

1. images Taken with Camera
By default, photos taken with pre-install camera will be stored in DCIM (Digital Camera Images) folder. It keeps pictures in this folder organized and prevent third-part camera app to import images that the camera didn't capture in it.

2. Photos Taken with Camera APP or Sreenshot
Images taken via 3rd-part camera app are stored in after the app folder. About the screenshot, you will find them in the Pictures/Screenshot folder.

3. Pictures Transferred to SD Card
SD card is the first choice for Android users to expand the internal memory storage. Data stored in SD card is well organized. Pictures transferred from phone or computer to the SD card are usually kept in Card/DCIM/Camera.

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Frequency Asked Questions

1.For free trail, is that means I can use this android pictures recovery tool for free?
R: It means that you can free to scan and preview data from your device, if you want to recover the files from the detect result, then you need to purchase a registration code.

2. Why the recovery process is taking more time, not just a few minutes?
R: The scanning process also up to how large your files in your Android phone. If it is a large amount of data, it will take longer to finish the process.

3. I recovered some images using this photo recovery program for Samsung E5 but it fail to recover my latest photos, what is the problem?
R: Please re-download the software on your computer. And scan your device for the lost pictures again. Before recovery, preview the scanning result to check whether the pictures you need in it. If no, your latest trip photos might be overwritten.

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