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How to Recover Photo Video from Android

How to Recover Photo Video from Android

Accidentally deleted, restore factory settings, system crash, virus attacks, rooting or others unexpected situations,  result in files (photos, videos) lost on your Android phone or tablet such as HTC, Samsung Mobile, Motorola, LG, Sony Ericsson, Huawei, ZTE, etc.. These photos and video for you, is far more valuable than the phone itself. Okay, take it easy , you can easy to get them back.

Android Data Recovery is the world’s 1st recovery software which enable you to recover deleted/formatted files from Android devices with no need for taking out the SD card or memory card inside the Android phones or tablets. This program is powerful that not only can recover photos and videos, but also can recover contacts, text messages and more from your Android devices without data missing.

Click the buttons below to Free Download the Windows or Mac version for Android Data Recovery.
    

Follow the step-by-step guide to easy recover your lost photo and video from Android.

Use Guide: How to Recover Photo, Videos from Android Phone and Tablet


Firstly, install the Android Data Recovery on your computer after download. Then follow the guide below sequentially.

Step 1: Connect your device to PC
After running Android Data Recovery, you'll get the primary window below. Please connect your phone or tablet to the computer via a USB cable.



Note:
You'd better connect one device at a time, and make sure your Android device is available for this software.

Step 2: Enable USB debugging
Now you need to enable USB debugging on your device. Follow the detailed expression in the window to set it now.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"


2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1:
Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"


3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"

Note: If you have enabled USB debugging on your device before, you can skip this step.

Step 3: Begin to analyzing the data on your device
After you get the USB debugging down, the program begins to connect your device. Click "Start" to analyze the data on your device.

Note: Before starting, please make sure that the battery is more than 20%, to ensure a complete scan.

After your device is detected, you need to allow the program super user authorization on the screen of your device. Just click "Allow" when the message pops out on your device’s screen.

Note: If the program doesn't scan anything for a long time after you clicked "Allow" on your phone, please check your phone again. Some devices present the "Allow" button for several times. It doesn't matter. Just click it until it doesn't appear again or the program has begun its real scan.

Step 4: Ready to scan your device for data on it
Now your device has been successfully detected. Click "Start" to scan it. Do not disconnect your device during the scan, or the scan will fail.


Step 5: Preview and recover after scanning
The scan will take you a while. After that, you can preview all recoverable data found in the scan result one by one. Actually, the current messages, contacts, photos and video are also scanned out in the result. Deleted SMS and contacts are shown in red. You can separate them by the color.

After preview, mark those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer. As to contacts, you can save them in CSV, vCard or HTML format; to messages, save them in CSV or HTML format.

    

More Information about the Program


Android Data Recovery provides help for you to recover deleted or lost data from Android Phone/Tablet(such as HTC, Samsung Mobile, Motorola, LG, Sony Ericsson, Huawei, ZTE, etc.), including photos, videos, contacts and text messages generated by your phone or transferred from other devices, as well as documents, archives, and more stored on your Android phone or tablet.



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