Q: Last night, I played my Samsung and the device operated slowly. So I decide to clean some files to free the space. But I tap on the wrong button when I was going to delete a photo. I tapped on the Delete All button and all the photos are lost! I do not have the DiskDigger and actually I am not able to use it. So that's why I am here. Could you please tell me does it possible to recover the deleted files? And how to restore the deleted files from my Samsung phone? Thanks in advance!
Many people may meet the similar situations that the important files are deleted or lost because of some accidents or mistakes. But do not worry! Even you have no DiskDigger, the deleted files could still be recovered. And first you need the help of Samsung File Recovery, which is the professional software that can help you restore the lost files with no hassle.
The software will detect the connected device automatically and then scan the files including the deleted and existing ones on your device deeply and thoroughly. What's more, all the files including media files like videos, photos, music, etc and the files stored in SIM card like SMS messages or contacts can be recovered by the software with easy. Besides, the program can be compatible with all brands of Android phones like HTC, LG, Motorola, Nexus and Sonny as well as Samsung.
Note: You need to stop playing your mobile phone as soon as you find the files are deleted or lost. Because if you keep using the mobile phone, the new files will be added to the device and overwrite the deleted files. And then the deleted files can not be recovered anymore.
Now, download the software by clicking the icons below to get your files back!
Step 1. Connect Samsung Phone to Computer
Connect the Samsung phone to computer with the USB cable and run the software on your computer. Then you may need to open the USB debugging by following the steps below. (If you have did this before, you can skip to the next step directly.)
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode". Then you may back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
Then you need to root your Samsung phone so that the software can get access to your mobile phone's internal flash card.
Step 2. Detect and Scan the Device.
After the scan, data on your mobile phone will be categorized into different categories, such as contacts, messages, Android UMS Com.., etc. Click on the option according to the types of files you want to recover. For example, if you want to recover the deleted photos, you can click "Android UMS Com... " option on the left panel and then you select the format of your pictures like PNG, JPG, BMP, etc. Then the photos will be displayed on the right panel. Mark the files you want to recover and hit the "Recover" button.
Isn't it simple? Why not have a try?
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