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How to recover accidentally deleted photos/ files without having device rooted or data backed up

  1. yashodeepplusone
    Donut Jan 27, 2015

    yashodeepplusone , Jan 27, 2015 :
    Dear all,

    Just yesterday I accidentally deleted one very important family photograph from my 1+1. I am suffering from the pain of my stupidity and need to know if there is any way to get back that photo without rooting my phone. I have not installed in any backup app like Dumpster or alike.

    Praying for a silver lining :)
     

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  2. vinojohn
    Honeycomb Jan 27, 2015

    vinojohn , Jan 27, 2015 :
    Glued on to this thread for a solution from experts.
    I too accidently deleted all my photos from the app 'quickpic'. I had close to 70 family pics.
     

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  3. KaZz1NNNNN0
    Honeycomb Jan 27, 2015

    KaZz1NNNNN0 , Jan 27, 2015 :
    Open your Photos app
    In that press menu button and go under trash. There you will get all your deleted photos.
    Photos>menu button>trash
     

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  4. ayush1506
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015

    ayush1506 , Jan 27, 2015 :
    How about using recuva after connecting it to your pc? That might do the trick.
     

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  5. Vinuraj
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015

    Vinuraj , Jan 27, 2015 :
    Mostly you can't recover the photos.. because the data being overwritten by other apps data.

    You can lastly try to use some Recovery software and try to scan the memory for files. But chances are very less.
     

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  6. mayanks
    Jelly Bean Jan 27, 2015

    mayanks , Jan 27, 2015 :
    try disk digger app
     

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  7. velan_b
    Froyo Jan 27, 2015


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  8. Akki246
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015

    Akki246 , Jan 27, 2015 :
    android 4.0 and plus have a problem...u cant use recovery software on those as softwares wont recognise internal memory...so memory card is still preferred by many people...
     

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  9. Vinuraj
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015

    Vinuraj , Jan 27, 2015 :
    Yes recovering from SD cards was somewhat easy.. but we got here a massive internal storage :)

    Anyway do try this software, i found googling... - http://www.easeus.com/android-data-recovery-software/free-android-data-recovery.html

    it says to able to recover deleted files from android mobile
    Note- i have not tested it :)
     

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  10. Akki246
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015


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  11. Akki246
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015

    Akki246 , Jan 27, 2015 :
    bro @Vinuraj helped u out...
     

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  12. akshayprabhu
    Honeycomb Jan 27, 2015


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  13. Vinuraj
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015

    Vinuraj , Jan 27, 2015 :
    hm.. then its lost :(

    Any way next time just enable the Google+Photos auto upload feature and all you photos on the phone will be uploaded in the full resolution to Google servers with no limit. ;)
     

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    cheguaravind and ramli7 like this.
  14. sandeeppathak007
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 27, 2015


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  15. akshayprabhu
    Honeycomb Jan 27, 2015

    akshayprabhu , Jan 27, 2015 :
    there is a limit...

    upto a specific res of pics it'll be unlimited

    then above that, your gdrive storage will be used up
     

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  16. Vinuraj
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 28, 2015

    Vinuraj , Jan 28, 2015 :
    Yes there is a limit, but mostly there is no limit:) Here a extract from the Google support forum (https://support.google.com/picasa/answer/6558?rd=1)
    In Google+, you may have a few blurry images, accidental videos, and photos of the inside of your pocket that are taking up space. Keep in mind that photos up to 2048x2048 pixels and videos up to 15 minutes long won't count toward your storage limit.
     

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  17. bibin
    Gingerbread Jan 28, 2015

    bibin , Jan 28, 2015 :
    Guys,connect to a system and use recuva (deep scan) ,You can almost get all the files.And the chances for the data being overwritten by other apps data is 50% or less as the device is 64 GB or unless you utilized the entire memory.And yes there is a problem while connecting to system on 4.00android version ,but it is updated & rectified in latest updates including the oneplus one.
     

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  18. yashodeepplusone
    Donut Feb 4, 2015

    yashodeepplusone , Feb 4, 2015 :
    hi guys,

    i tried recuva - it doesnt recognize the device on my pc. i tried Undeleter..this needs your phone to be rooted. i also tried Dumpster...this does not extract photos deleted prior to installing this recovery app. basically nothing worked. only one thing helped. that is...TIME. time helped heal the wound and permanently erase the trauma memory of the accidental photo delete. :p :D if anyone still has a solution, pls do share.
     

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  19. theapu
    Jelly Bean Feb 4, 2015

    theapu , Feb 4, 2015 :
    If you use Ubuntu there is command line application called photorec. I think it is available for windows also. Got best results using photorec once I tried to recover photos from a microsd card.
    http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec_Step_By_Step
     

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  20. Sunkyhang
    Cupcake Feb 28, 2015

    Sunkyhang , Feb 28, 2015 :
    Have you tried to use a program named Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro? I ever used it to recover deleted photos from my phone. I think you can have a try!
     

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