Android Data Recovery

Samsung Galaxy Ace Recovery

Recover deleted files Galaxy Ace

Can I restore deleted photos on my Samsung Galaxy Ace?

I accidentally deleted the full contents of the "Camera" folder.
All the photos and video that I had taken in the last 2 months were lost. ( I know I should have backed them up but I was planning to do it today not thinking I was going to do something stupid last night!)
Is it possible to restore those deleted photos on my Samsung Galaxy? Please Help!

Samsung Galaxy Ace recovery

It’s happened to most of us. You deleted files from your Samsung Galaxy phone and then realize you need it back. Then how to recover deleted files from phone memory or SD card of Samsung? Although we can’t guarantee that your deleted files can be recovered but there’s still a good chance it can be, especially if it hasn’t been too long since it’s been deleted.

In fact there is a way to retrieve your deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Ace, as long as you didn’t shoot any new photos or video clips since the deletion — it is — with Samsung Galaxy Recovery tool new released as a number of Dr.Fone Mobile Phone Recovery tool.

Now that you know for sure you can undelete your lost files, you are itching to get to it and restore the files. We mentioned that you need the right tool if you are going to ensure that the files can easily be recovered and that they will be recovered in their original state. This tool is Dr Fone – Android Data Recovery.

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Samsung Galaxy Ace Recovery

  • Directly scan and recover deleted SMS text messages and contacts;
  • Retrieve photos, videos, music and documents from SD cards inside Samsung Galaxy Ace;
  • Restore Android smartphone or tablet due to factory settings, flashing ROM, rooting, etc.
  • Preview & selectively recover messages, contacts and photos before recovery;
  • Support multiple Android phones and tablets, like Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and so forth;

4 Steps to perform Samsung Galaxy Ace Recovery:

Step 1. launch the program and connect your Galaxy Ace to PC

Install the recovery software and run it on your computer. The program will start with the primary window like below. Select “Recover” from the functions.

Samsung Galaxy Ace Recovery software

Then there will be a window that prompts you to connect your Android device to PC via USB in the main interface as below. Connect your Samsung Galaxy Ace to computer and proceed to step 2.

connect Samsung Galaxy Ace

Step 2.Set your Samsung Galaxy Ace USB debugging

If you didn’t enable USB debugging on your Galaxy Ace, you need to set as the instruction guide on the Window.

enable USB debugging

Note: If you have enabled USB debugging on your Galaxy Ace before, just skip this step.

Step 3. Begin to scan the data on Samsung Galaxy Ace

After you get the USB debugging down, the program begins to detect your Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. Pick the file types that you want to recover to scan. Then click on’Next’ button for the next step.

select file types

After that, you need to choose the scanning mode for retrieving deleted files on Galaxy Ace. It is recommended to use the first “Standard Mode” as it will give you results faster. If the data can not be found, you can switch to another mode for a deeper scanning.

Now click on “Start” to begin scanning process.

scanning mode

Step 4. Scan Galaxy Ace for deleted data

When the scan completes, you can preview all recoverable data including SMS messages, contacts, photos and video. Mark the files you want to get back and click "Recover" button to save them back to your computer. As to contacts, you can save them in CSV, vCard or HTML format; to messages, save them in CSV or HTML format.

Samsung Galaxy Ace photo recovery

Notes: Please do not save the found files back to your Samsung Galaxy Ace or the SD card inside of it. Otherwise the recovery might fail. If you want to restore your contacts, photos, videos, audio and other files back to your Android phone, you can use a tool – Android Manager, which can help you import and export, and manage all the files on your Android smartphone and tablet.