HELP! Need to recover deleted photos on LG Marquee phone!
I have 4GB Micro SD memory card on my LG Marquee phone and it's always filled with the stuff.
Recently, I deleted all files in my memory card carelessly when sorting them out, unfortunately. What to do?
How to recover them all?
When this happens, the first thing you need to do is to keep your phone or the memory card well. Stop using it to save new files. That's very important. Any new files' overwrtiting old data can delete the previous files, and once they're overwritten, there's no chance to get them back. Therefore, protect your phone well after an accident.
How to recover photos from LG Marquee
Prep work you need to do for LG Marquee photo recovery:
Choose the right version for your computer, and download the free trial version below now.
Note: Remember to save the scan results if you're going to recover the found files later, to prevent data loss.
Both software tools above are reliable and effective. With them, recover all deleted and formatted videos, photos and music from LG Marquee phone memory card without any quality loss. Besides, they support the recovery of other LG cell phones. The whole solution only takes you a few minutes. Next, let's try the Windows version together.
Step1. Run the LG Marquee photo recovery program
Before running the program, connect your phone to the computer with the digital cable you've prepared, or connect the memory card with the card reader. Choose the way convenient for you. Then run the program and click "Start" to proceed LG Marquee photo recovery.
Step2. Scan deleted photos on your LG Marquee
Select your phone or memory card and click "Scan" to find deleted photos on it.
Step3. Preview and recover deleted pictures from LG Marquee
When the scan completes, you'll get a scan result as follow. Here you can preview recoverable photos one by one. Then mark those you want and save them all on your computer by clicking "Recover".
Note: Don't save the recovered data on your LG Marquee or the memory card again. Find another place for it like on your computer or other external disk, for safety's sake.