And I really want my pictures back but I don't know how
Can someone please tell me what to do
Thank you x
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I assume that you have formatted your entire android partition. In this case, a file recovery software will help you out in restoring data such as pictures, music, videos, android APKs and many other files present in your SD card or internal memory of the Android mobile.
Remo Recover for Android software will help you to recover your deleted data with ease. The software's UI is simple and elegant that it can be used by users with less or no computer expertise.
Note: Don't use the SD card or internal memory space until you restore your data. As it will result in overwriting and it may damage the health of the recoverable file.
Nope, I don't think Android operating system has any way to recover deleted data. Don't fall in trap of data recovery software.
Agreed with you can easily recover most of your stuff from google[dot]com/takeout
In the past on my android I have had good success with data recovery applications.
Hey,there is Android data recovery program that allows you to recover the formatted files.It can scan the trash bin and you can access them through the program.The recoverable files include contacts,messages,call logs,photos,music,video,audio,document,etc.
Edited by Cora331, 27 February 2019 - 04:15 AM.
STEP 1. Connect Android to PC
To start with, install and run the phone memory recovery for Android on your computer. Then connect Samsung phone (Galaxy S7/S8/S9/Note 8) to PC with a USB cable.
STEP 2. Allow USB Debugging
Open your Android phone and allow USB debugging, which is needed for the computer to communicate with the connected phone.
For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings"> "Applications"> "Development" > "USB debugging"
For Android 3.0 - 4.1: Go to "Settings" > "Developer options" > "USB debugging".
For Android 4.2 or newer: Hit "Settings" > "About phone". Tab "Build number" for 7 times till the dialogue box "You are under developer mode" occurs. Then go back to "Settings" > "Developer options" > "USB Debugging".
STEP 3. Choose File Types to Recover
After USB debugging is turned on, the Samsung is successfully connected to the program, you will be asked to select files types that you want to restore. Tick documents, photos, messages or other deleted files that you need, and then click the "Next" button.
STEP 4. Analyze Device and Get the Privilege to Scan Files
In this step, the program will check the device information and then try to get root permission, which is needed to access the deleted files. When you see the below screen, open the connected Samsung and tap "Allow/Grant/ Authorize" to make sure the root request is accepted.
Once the program gets root permission, it will begin to scan out the deleted data. Please wait patiently for phone file recovery to finish.
STEP 5. Preview and Recover Lost Files from Android
When the deleted files are found, all your Android files will be displayed. To look at only the deleted files, tap the "ON" icon on the top to set to display the deleted items only. Select the deleted files that you are looking for and click "Recover". The deleted files will be retrieved and saved on your computer.
That is how to get back deleted items from Android phones and tablets.
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