How To Recover Your Deleted Photos From Android Or iOS

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In some cases where you want to delete your ex-girl's photo, but ended up deleting your wife's best picture. Oh Jeez! I could imagine the look on your face. No problem, we are in the era where technology and ideas rule the world. Now you can Recover Your Deleted Photos with the below tutorials.
In this case, Apple has made the photo-recovery easy with their iOS 8, but when we talk about Android devices and Memory- Cards, we will have to use some third-party application to Recover Your Deleted Photos. It doesn’t matter whether you are using iOS or Android device, this post or article will help you to Recover Your Deleted Photos with no sweat.
And yea, you should not use that device if you have deleted some of the photos or files, not until your data is completely recovered. Here is the reason: when any file is deleted from your device, it’s not permanently or completely deleted from that device. Nope. Instead it releases more space to store more data.
For every activity, like when you take a new picture on your phone- it generates new data and will overwrite that space. This may make lost data unrecoverable. Don’t fret, I am here to help you out. Just follow the below steps to Recover Your Deleted Photos from your Android | iPhone and SD card.

Ways to Recover Deleted Photos from iOS | Android

iPhone:

You can easily Recover Deleted Photos with the latest OS version.
Step 1:  Just access your Photos App and go into your Albums.
Step 2: Now start scrolling to the bottom and tap on the “Recently Deleted”.
Step 3: Here in this photo folder, you will automatically find all the deleted photos within in last 30 days. If you want to recover any photos simply tap on the photo and press “Recover”. Here you can also permanently delete that photo from there if you want.
Note: If the photo you are looking for is older than 30 days. You should restore your phone using a saved backup on iTunes or by using any third- party photo recovery app.

Android:

You will find various apps in Android market that will help you in recovering your deleted photos along with lost data. The point is that you should try and check out which is working best for you.Android Logo- Recover Deleted Photos
But in this tutorial, I will recommend the app DiskDigger, which will help you in Recovering Your Deleted Photos. Here you can easily download this app on Google Play Store and install it on your phone.
This app will simply scan your whole device along with the SD memory card for the deleted files. Just follow the following steps to use this app:
DiskDigger- Recover Deleted Photos
Step 1: Open Google Play Store and make a search for “DiskDigger”. Just download it and install the app on your device.
Step 2: Now, open the app and tap “Refresh List” to populate the screen. And after this, select the “System” once the screen is populated.
Step 3: Right after the selection of folder, now tap “Scan Device” and here you will see a list of most recent deleted files. Just select the photo you want to recover and hit save.
Step 4: Here the app will ask you where you want to save the photo. After when you will choose its destination, your photo should appear back in your memory card or phone storage.
Note: If you are not able to recover your photos by using the app, you can also try some desktop apps like Kvisoft Data Recovery. Here this app will scan and find the lost file on your Android device. If you want to retrieve that file, you will have to buy the upgrade which will cost $70.

How to use Kvisoft Data Recovery Program:

Kovisoft- Recover Deleted Photos
Step 1: You need to enable USB debugging on your phone, you can do this in Settings > Applications > Development > Check “USB Debugging”. Make sure you have launched that program on your PC.
Step 2: Right after enabling USB debugging and the program is running on your PC, just go ahead and connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable. And then select Multimedia/Mobile Device in the notification center.
Step 3: Just after clicking on to Multimedia/Mobile Device, here look for your device by name or capacity size and tap to get started.
Step 4: Now this program will scan entire Android Device and here you will get a list of files to search through. Choose one file you want to recover and then click “Recover” and choose the path where you want to save this file.

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