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How to recover deleted Android photos

You patiently tried to clean up your Android device because during the operation you noticed a slowdown, so you tried to delete all the unnecessary files to lighten the system. In carrying out this delicate procedure, you have inadvertently erased some important photos. If this happens, don't be discouraged, because maybe something can still be done to recover deleted photos on your device. There are different solutions for recover deleted Android photos. We will follow some solutions to recover photos on Android devices with or without root permissions, using apps and software forrecover Android photos.

We try to recover deleted Android photos in case the changes made on your device have unintentionally been deleted. You will probably be able to recover them if you have not stored other data on the device, overwriting the part of memory on which the deleted photos were located.recover deleted photos Android 1

Recover deleted Android photos with and without root permissions

If your device has root permissions, the application I suggest you use to recover photos on Android DiskDigger photo recovery.This app, after downloading it from Play store, allows you to recover deleted photos from both the memory card and the internal memory. If you have deleted a photo, or reformatted the memory card, suDiskDigger can find powerful data recovery features, allowing you to restore them or send them to an email account. If you don't know how DiskDigger works, we have already done a thorough guide on how to use DiskDigger Androidto recover photos on Android devices, I suggest you read it by going tothis link.

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<p>Another app that allows you not only to recover Android photos with root permissions, but also other data, <strong>Undeleter</strong>which you can download from the Google Play Store. App purchases are planned, but free photo recovery. Also of the procedure to recover photos with <strong>Undeleter</strong> we have provided a guide, you can find it at <strong>this link</strong>.</p>
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To recover deleted Android photos without root, you can also use PC or Mac software, to which you can connect your Android device and have it scanned to recover deleted data. We see below these software.

The first software that we recommend using Recuva, you can download free from here and then install it on your computer. If you want to know the complete procedure to recover deleted data not only from the computer but also from the mobile devices connected to it, read our guide from here. Be careful, becauseRecuva recover files only from SDcard and not from the internal memory of Android devices.

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<li>Download and install Recuva on your computer.</li>
<li>Connect the smartphone to the PC via a USB cable and make sure it is recognized.</li>
<li>Starts <strong>Recuva</strong> perform the initial setting indicating the type of file you want to recover.</li>
<li>Select the smartphone from the possible disks to be scanned.</li>
<li>Start the scan.</li>
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<p>When the scan is complete, select the files to be recovered and press the button <strong><em>Recover</em></strong>  on the far right. Ticonsiglio to save the files first on your computer and then move them to the device.</p>
<p>You may also be interested in a guide that can help you recover lost or deleted photos on a microSD card or hard drive.</p>
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