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How to Recover Deleted Photos from Galaxy S4/S3

Photos are now taken anytime and anywhere by phone users like Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 users. When they go out for picnic, travelling, dinner, and more, they will take photos with their Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 and post them on their Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin so as to share the happy moment with their friends online and memorize these happy hours. It would be a great pity for you if you accidentally deleted your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 photos. Don't be too nervous, there are some solutions to undelete these photos, of course. The most well-recommended one is to download an efficient recover tool—Android Data Recovery.
Android Data Recovery is so excellent a program that can help you restore Android photos back to your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3. Contacts, text messages, videos, songs, call logs, notes and bookmarks are recoverable as well. All these data in your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 can be recovered with simple steps that you need only 2 or 3 steps. It's a risk-free recovery tool that the possibility of losing data while recovering is quite less. You can download Android Data Recovery on you computer and read carefully the instruction on how to recover Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 photos.
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Note: To prevent your pictures from being covered by new files, you should cease to use the phone before those things are gotten back. Because once the data are replaced, we can not recover them.

Recover Photos from Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 with 3 Steps

Download Android Data Recovery on your computer and you will see the following window:

Recover Photos from Galaxy S4

Step 1 Enable USB Debugging and Connect it to the Computer
Check USB debugging first:
1. For Android 2.3 or the earlier operating system: Enter "Settings" < "Applications" < "Development" < "USB debugging"
2. For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < "Developer options" < "USB debugging"
3. For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < "About Phone" < "Build number". Several times latter, until you get a note that you are under developer mode, go back to "Settings" < "Developer options" < "USB debugging".

Retrieve Pictures on Galaxy S

After enabling USB debugging, connect your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 to the computer via USB cable, you'll see this window. Check the item, "Gallery", that is to be scanned.

Restore Android Deleted Data

Also, you need to choose a mode under which this software runs. We recommend "Scan for deleted files" to save your time.


Extract Deleted Data with Android Data Recovery

Step 2 Have your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 Analyzed and Scanned for Lost Photos
Before scanning, click "Start" on the interface below to have your Galaxy S4/S3 data analyzed.
Note: Make sure that the battery of your Galaxy S4/S3 is more than 20% so that the scan and recovery can succeed.

Restore Android Photos

The analyze progress will complete within few seconds, and you see the following window. Then you are required to switch to your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 and click "Allow" on the screen. Click "Start" on the window on your computer of Android Data Recovery and have it scanned.

Get Lost Samsung Photo Back

Step 3 Preview and Recover Photos from Samsung Galaxy S4/S3
You can preview all found photos, messages, contacts in detail at the scan result. Choose those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.

Recover Photos from Samsung Galaxy


Step 6 Frequently Back up with Your Galaxy S4/S3
If you have a backup file when the data are lost, thing would be much easier. Just need to download Android Transfer, which can back up your phone in three steps.

The steps to recover your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3 data are so simple with the help of Android Data Recoveryy. You can try the free trial version first before you decide to purchase it and restore your Android photos on your own.

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