Which is the best way to recover deleted content from Samsung phones?
Everyone has to clean their phone at-least once in six months. All unnecessary images, videos, contacts, email addresses, text messages, songs need to be deleted to make space for new ones. But sometimes, the most important moments of your life in the form of images or videos also get deleted with unwanted data, and this is when you need that perfect solution to help you recover deleted content. There are several ways to do that, but first, let's take a look at three of the most common reasons behind the loss of data in Samsung phones.
• Clean-up apps may goof-up
There are several clean-up apps that offer to clean unwanted files and cache from your phones. These applications are safe, and billions of people around the word use them to make some extra space in their mobile phone. But sometimes, these apps might end-up deleting wrong files. This may sound weird, but even anti-virus solutions might delete non-corrupted photos, videos, and other files.
• Data deleted while transferring content from PC
Everyone connects his or her smart phone to PC in-order to add or delete files. Sometimes, your computer may delete all the data in your phone and memory (SD) card just because you accidently touched "format".
Anti-virus installed on your PC can also accidently delete non-corrupt files from your phone or tablet PC when you attach your device to your computer with USB cable for data transfer.
• Data deleted mistakenly from your phone
What would be your reaction if your kid opens your Galaxy's gallery, clicks on “select all” and simply deletes all your photos? This will definitely scare you, but you are not alone. There are several people out there who mistakenly delete photos, videos, and documents from their phone, and realize their importance later.
Part 1: How to recover deleted files from Samsung mobile phones
Whenever you delete something from your Android device, the concerned file does not get deleted immediately. It remains in the phone, and is simply replaced with the data that you add immediately after deleting the concerned file. To put it in simple words, you can recover your deleted data from Android device until you do not add any other data in the device.
If you realize that you have deleted something by mistake, all that you need to do is stop using your phone, and connect it to the software that can recover this data.
As mentioned earlier, there are several apps that can do the job. But, Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android stands away from the crowd. The software is compatible with more than 2000 devices.
Step 1. Install and launch Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android
Install Wondershare Dr. Fone on your computer. Then, connect your Android device to your PC using USB cable.
After connecting your device to your PC, your phone or tablet PC may prompt you to debug USB. Follow the procedure and do the same.
Step 2. Select the target file to scan
After debugging USB, Dr. Fone will recognize your device. Then again your phone or tablet will prompt you for Superuser request authorization to allow Dr. Fone to connect. Just click "Allow".
After that, Dr. Fone will show the next screen and ask you to choose the type of data or files to scan and recover. If you wish to recover photos, click on the same option. On the next screen, select the option "deleted files".
Step 3. Recover deleted content from Samsung phones
Within few minutes, the software will show all the deleted photos. All that you need to do is click under the photos that you wish to recover and click on the recover tab. You photos will be back where you want them to be, in your phone's gallery!
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