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How to Recover Deleted Photos from HTC One

Assume that we have cell phones like HTC with us in our daily life ever since the Titanic period, the time when the giant vessel crashed into the iceberg and sunk into the dark ocean. We will know more about what happened that day because people will take photos of what we see, what we play, what happened with their phones as we will do today. If the archaeologist salvages the debris of the Titanic, they may find the phones that the passengers use, they can recover those data that stored in their photos and uncovered more and more detail on how the tragedy happens. What we need is to back up your HTC One before. And download a recovery tool called Android Photo Recovery on your computer. It can help you recover any HTC lost data, for example, photos.

Android Photo Recovery is an almighty recovery tool that you can recover your deleted contacts, text messages, videos, photos, and save them on your computer. No matter you use which version of operating system, Android 2.3 to 4.3 are included. You can recover those data from your HTC One with simply 4 steps with the help of Android Photo Recovery.

You can download the trial version of Android Photo Recovery on your computer and read the instruction below.

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Steps to Restore HTC Lost Photos with Android Photo Recovery

Before recover Android lost data with Android Data Recovery, make sure not to have your Android backup overwritten. Otherwise, your data will get lost and can't be restored any more. Keep your HTC save and download Android Data Recovery on your computer.
Step 1 Launch Program on your Computer
When you have downloaded and installed Android Photo Recovery on your PC, launch it and you will be required to connect your HTC One via USB cable. Connect it well otherwise the recovery won't end up successfully.

Retrieve Pictures on HTC Phone

Step 2 Enable USB Debugging of your HTC One Phone
Enable the USB debugging of your HTC One if you haven't do that before, if you have, you can just neglect this step and just move on to the next part. Different operating system will have different setting procedure.

Android Data Recovery enables you to selectively scan deleted files, "Photos", for example.

Restore Android Deleted Data

Besides, you are also required to choose a storage scanning mode as follow:

Extract Deleted Data with Android Data Recovery

Step 3 Analyze and Scan your HTC One for Lost Data
Allow the program to analyze your device by clicking "Allow" and when your HTC One are detected, click "Start" to have your HTC scanned. The progressing bar will show you how far the process goes.

Restore HTC for Lost Pictures

Extract Photos from HTC One

Step 4 Preview and Recover Deleted HTC One Data
Within few seconds, all your Android data will be scanned out and listed in categories. You are allowed to preview those data one after another and mark down those you want to recover. After you finished choosing, click "Recover" to start the recovery. Few seconds latter, you have whatever you want with you.

Recover Deleted Photos from HTC

Step 5 Frequently Back up Your HTC One to Protect the Files
HTC One backup files are easily overwritten if you have set auto-sync before, so do backup frequently with your HTC One from time to time. To back up your precious HTC One data, use Android Transfer. It can help you not only back up HTC data, but also transfer data between smartphones even if they run different operating system.

That's all! Simple, isn't it? The recovery tool is so easy-operating, efficient a recovery tool for you to recover your HTC deleted contacts, videos, text messages and so on. Why not download the trial version of Android Photo Recovery on your computer and try to perform the recovery on your own.

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