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How to Recover Deleted Photos and Videos from Android

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

"I have tried all possible means to recover deleted photos and videos from Android, but failed! When I was going to clear up and accelerate my Samsung Galaxy S6, I followed the below path: My Files > SD card > DCIM. Then I chose the Camera folder and deleted it without any considerations. However, I was reminded that the deleted folder contained some photos and videos which were taken during a trip. You must be desperate as the saying goes, "what's done cannot be undone"? No! You can ask Android Data Recovery for help.
Android Data Recovery, as its name implies, is designed to recover all kinds of Android files, for example, deleted photos and videos. Lost files can be retrieved in a few minutes with simple steps. And the program is fully compatible with Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge, HTC One M9/M8, LG G4/3, etc.

File formats supported:
Images: .jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .webp, .tiff formats and more.
Video: .mp4, .ts, .mts, .m2ts, .trp, .tp, .m2t, .flv, .mkv, .mpg; .mpeg, .wtv, .webm, .wmv, .asf, .3gp, .3g2, and more.
Download the program and start the fantastic recovery experience!

Step 1. Connect Android to PC
Open Android Data Recovery. Then connect your Android phone to the computer using the USB cable and enable the USB debugging on your Android. Then the device will be detected by the PC and installed.
FonePaw Android Data Recovery
Step 2. Select File Types to Scan
When your phone is successfully connected, you can select file types to scan. Mark "Gallery", "Picture Library", and "Videos" in the menu. Click "Next". The program will scan all the photos and videos even the deleted items in the Android phone.
Select File Types to Scan
1. In Gallery, there are pictures captured by the mobile camera, transferred from PC or Bluetooth, and screenshot by the phone.
2. In Picture Library, you can find out and recover cache images.
3. In the category of Videos, there are movies, videos taken by the mobile phone, etc.

Step 3. Allow Program to Access Android
Go to your Android phone. Hit "Allow/Grant/Authorize" in the pop-up. This will allow the program to access your Android phone and scan all the files there.
Allow FonePaw to Acsess Android
Step 4. Selectively Preview and Recover Android Photos and Videos
When scanning is finished, select "Gallery", "Picture Library", and "Videos" at the left pane. Then you can preview them in details. Note that names of deleted items are written in red. Then you can select the ones you need and click "Recover". They will be retrieved and stored in your PC.
Preview Recovered Files
Congratulations! You have done the job. Actually, you can back up the existing photos as well as other Android files with the program. And if you are inclined to transfer photos to your Android, use Android Transfer.

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