“I have made my Android phone go back to the factory reset by mistake, and it erased all my photos, I feel extremely frustrated. Is it possible to recover these photos after factory reset on Android? Can anyone help me?”
Android is an excellent operating system, which is very widely used. Android users can capture high clarity photos of their friends and families; these captured photos on android are usually stored on its internal storage or external storage memory, SD card. However, factory reset is very necessary when Android is freezing or become nuts. Usually factory reset resolves many problems, but at the same time it cleans up all data including vital pictures from Android phone or tablet.
Actually, not only factory reset causes photos lost, accidentally deletion, re-formatted your Android microSD card, Android memory card corruption or other unknown reasons, you still have a chance to miss your photos on Android. If you are a user with such problem, no need to worry those deleted data including pictures can be restored after performing factory reset operation.
Android Photo Recovery is able to recover deleted photos from Android after factory reset or reset your freezing Android. It can also help you effectively recover other files such as contacts, messages, videos, music files, WhatsApp messages, documents after factory reset on Android. Apart from factory reset, the tool also helps in recovering photos and other files from Android due to mistakenly deletion, formatting Android device, deadly malware or virus infection on Android, file loss due to transfer error, etc.
Moreover, this tool is specifically built for retrieving data from various Android devices, such as Samsung Galaxy S7/S6, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, Huawei, ZTE, Google Pixel/Pixel XL and so on.
Step 1.Connect Your Android Phone to Computer
Install and run Android Photo Recovery and connect your Android phone to the computer with an USB cable.
Make sure you have enabled USB debugging on your Android phone, which allows the Android Photo Recovery scan the connected phone. Follow the instructions below to open USB debugging on your Android.
Step 2.Scan Your Android Phone for Lost Photos
Once the USB debugging is enabled, the program will detect your Android phone automatically and display all data on your Android phone in categories on the left panel. Select “Gallery” then click “Next” button.
Tap “Allow” on your device to let the software start analyzing data on your Android phone. If it does not have such pop-up, click on the “Retry” button again.
Next, the software will quickly scan the device to find all the existing and lost data.
Step 3.Recover Photos from Android after Factory Reset
Select photos you want to recover from your factory reset Android phone by ticking off the checkbox in front of them. Then, click “Recover” to restore all the selected Android files on your computer.
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