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Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2

How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2

I’ve tried everything, I got a new Samsung galaxy note 2 for my birthday and I accidentally deleted the photos in Samsung, and the photos are very important for me. I have no ideas how to recover photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Galaxy Note Recovery

As Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is become more and more popular, there’re some problems coming across in use, such as data loss and recovery of Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Here in this article, I’ll express how to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Dr.Fone for Android is a professional data recovery software for Samsung Galaxy Note 2, HTC, Google Phone, and other types of Android phone. It is just released by Wondershare as the line of Dr.Fone – the best mobile phone recovery solution. Dr.Fone for Android help users of Samsung Galaxy to recover formatted, deleted and inaccessible images, archives, documents, songs, videos, etc. from Note 2. Although it cost me a little, it worth it.

Note: If your deleted pictures were stored in the internal memory of Galaxy Note 2, you firstly need to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 2, then use Dr.Fone for Android recovery software to restore your photos.

Note: If your deleted pictures were stored in the internal memory of Galaxy Note 2, you firstly need to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 2, then use Dr.Fone for Android recovery software to restore your photos.

Recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with 4 steps:

To start with the Note 2 recovery, download the free trial version of Dr.Fone for Android.

You should note the software only support Windows platform. If you’re a Mac user, you can turn to another Mac recovery software – Mac Photo Recovery.

Step 1. Run the software, Connect Galaxy Note 2 with computer

After launching the Samsung Galaxy recovery program, you’ll get the main interface that prompt you to connect your Android device to PC via USB. Plug your Galaxy Note II to the computer to continue.

connect Galaxy Note 2

Step 2.Enable USB debugging on your Galaxy Note

Now you need to enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Just follow the detailed expression in the window to set it.
There’re three ways for devices with different Android OS.

  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 Samsung device before, you can skip this step.

enable USB debugging

If you’ve enabled USB debugging before, but still been stuck here, you can try to disable USB debugging and enable it again. Usually it works. Or you can click the button at the lower corner of the window: Opened? Next….It also can direct you to the next step.

Step 3. Select file type to scan

Once your Samsung Galaxy phone is detected, you’ll be allowed to select the type of data that you’d like to recover. Select "Gallery" and other files you want. Then click "Next" to continue the recovery process.

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<h4>Step 3. Analyze and scan your Samsung Galaxy device now</h4>
<p>Click "Start" to begin analyzing and scanning the data on your Samsung Galaxy Note phone.</p>
<p>The program provides two recovery mode, one is "Standard Mode" and the other is "Advanced Mode". You can try Standard Mode first for a faster scanning. If it does not work, you can try Advanced Mode later.</p>
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After that, the program will continue to scan your Samsung device. This progress will take a few minutes. Just be patient and wait progress bar to finish.

lost data scanning

Note: Here you may be asked to allow the program superuser authorization on the screen of your Samsung phone. Just click "Allow" to confirm it. If not, just forget it.

Now your device has been successfully detected. Click "Start" to begin scanning. Please make sure your phone keep connecting during the scan.

Step 4. Recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2

The scan will take you a while, especially scanning for deleted photos and videos. After the scanning process, you can preview and check those recoverable pictures one by one.

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.

Galaxy Note 2/3 photo recovery

Notes: Please do not save the found files back to your Galaxy Note. Otherwise the recovery might fail. If you want to import your contacts, photos and video back to your device, you can use another Android Manager program, which lets you import and export, as well as manage contents on your Android smartphone and tablet, including messages, contacts, photos, videos, apps, etc.

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  1. I downloaded the file and it says cannot open. I have downloaded other files and no luck and I desperately need to retrieve this album of photos. Please help me .

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