Tuesday, October 18, 2016

How to Undelete Deleted Photos from Android SD Card

Nowadays, most Android users prefer to use their Android devices to take photos or videos. But photos and videos will take a lot of internal storage on your Android. Too much data saved in Android internal memory will slow the performance of Android phones or tablets. So some Android users choose to store their photos in SD Card.




Android data like photos, contacts, videos, text messages, call logs, music, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages or other documents may lost for unintentional deletion, factory reset, virus attack, software upgrade and etc. It is easy to recover deleted photos from Android if you have a backup file. But if you do not have the backup, you may need a third-party software.


 



Android Photo Recovery from SD Card
Yolisoft Android Data Recovery is highly recommended. It is specialized in data recovery on Android. You can preview the scanning data and selectively undelete the recoverable photos you need. It supports most Android brands like Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, HUAWEI, Lenovo, OnePlus and etc. Other than photos or pictures from Android SD card, you an also restore them from Android internal memory.



Tips about Android Photo Backup
The best and the most safe way to protect your precious photos is to back them up. There are many choices for you. You can choose to sync the pictures to computer via USB cable or you can try the Cloud Service like Google Photo, OneDrive, Dropbox and etc. If you trust the third-party applications in Google Play, you can download to try.

Find Hidden Pictures on Android SD Card
Sometimes your photos are hidden so that you can not find them. In this circumstance, you need a file manager to help you.
You can find a file manager from the Google Play, such as Amaze, File Manager, Solid Explorer.
Open the app on your Android -> Enter Settings and open the option button Show Hidden Files and Folders -> Check Downloads , Pictures or Camera folder first -> files and folders that are hidden will have a . in front of the name, so choose the right files or folders.
















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