How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 8?
I’ve tried everything, I got a new Samsung galaxy note 8 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 8.
As Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is become more and more popular, there’re some problems coming across in use, such as data loss and recovery of Samsung Galaxy Note 8/7/6/5. Here in this article, I’ll express how to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note series phones.
PhoneRescue for Android is a professional data recovery software for Samsung Galaxy Note 8/7/6/5, Galaxy S series, HTC, Google Phone, and other types of Android phone. It is the most reliable Android data recovery tool that saves all your indispensable data and files, with the highest data recovery success rate in the industry. PhoneRescue for Android help users of Samsung Galaxy to recover formatted, deleted and inaccessible images, archives, documents, songs, videos, etc. from Note 8. Although it cost me a little, it worth it.
Note: If your deleted pictures were stored in the internal memory of Galaxy Note, you firstly need to root your Samsung Galaxy Note, then use PhoneRescue for Android data recovery software to restore deleted photos on Note 8/7/6/5/4/3/2.
Recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note with 4 steps:
To start with the Note photo recovery, download the free trial version of PhoneRescue for Android.
This Android data recovery software supports both Windows and Mac platform. After launching it on your computer, your Samsung Galaxy Note phone will be automatically recognized instantly.
Step 1. Connect Galaxy Note phone with computer
Now, connect your Samsung Galaxy Note phone to the computer via USB cable. To proceed the successful recovery, you should make sure that your phone’s battery level is more than 20%.
If PhoneRescue fails to recognize your Android device, you can try to fix this issue by following the steps below:
- Please download the latest version of PhoneRescue for Android.
- Make sure you have enabled USB debugging option in Settings.
- You should make sure that your Android device can be detected by your computer.
- Check whether you have the latest version of USB Driver and ADB Driver on your computer and device. If not, download and update them from Android official website.
Step 2. Select Photo 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 “Photo” and other files you want. Then click “Next” to continue the recovery process.
Step 3. Analyze and scan your Samsung Galaxy device now
Then you can see that there are two storage scanning modes for your choice. You can try “Quick Scan” mode as your first try. It works for most of situations. If the data is not found using the first scanning mode, you can switch to “Deep Scan” to discover all hidden photos, videos, music, and even appp data, document.
Deep Scan function is available for rooted Android device. If you haven’t rooted your Galaxy Note and need the deep scan mode, just click “Deep Scan”, PhoneRescue will automatically root your Samsung Note device. Meanwhile, you should make sure the internet connection is stable during the process of rooting device.
When the root process completes, PhoneRescue will automatically start to deep scan deleted photos in Samsung Galaxy Note. This progress will take a few minutes. Just be patient and wait progress bar to finish.
Please make sure your phone keep connecting during the scan.
Step 4. Recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note
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 the preview, mark those you want and click the (download To Computer) to save them on your computer. As to contacts, messages, call logs, calendar such as personal data, you can choose or (transfer To Device) as your need.
Notes: 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.