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Saturday, 21 August 2021

How To Recover Deleted Photo From Your Device

DiskDigger can undelete and recover lost photos and images from your memory card or internal memory. No rooting necessary!* Whether you accidentally deleted a photo, or even reformatted your memory card, DiskDigger’s powerful data recovery features can find your lost pictures and let you restore them.




You can upload your recovered files directly to Google Drive, Dropbox, or send them via email. The app also allows you to save the files to a different local folder on your device.

  • If your device is not rooted, the app will perform a “limited” scan for your deleted photos by searching your cache and thumbnails.



  • If your device is rooted, the app will search all of your device’s memory for any trace of photos, as well as videos!
  • If your device is not rooted, the app will perform a "limited" scan for your deleted photos by searching your cache and thumbnails.
  • If your device is rooted, the app will search all of your device's memory for any trace of photos, as well as videos!
  • After the scan is complete, tap the "Clean up" button to permanently delete any items that you no longer need (currently an experimental feature, available only in the Basic Scan).
  • You can also use the "Wipe free space" option to erase the remaining free space on your device, so that any deleted files can no longer be recoverable.

If you need to recover more types of files besides photos and videos, try DiskDigger Pro!

FEATURES:
– Two scan modes: quick scan and deep scan.
– Scan all storage including SD Card & internal storage.
– Fast, Performance.
– Support all types: jpg,jpeg,png.
– No ROOT.
– Upload your recovered files y to Google Drive, Dropbox, or send them via email.

Save the files to a different local folder on your device.

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When an application with these characteristics tries to recover erased files, what it does is search the specific disk space where they used to be located, because when you erase a file, it isn’t actually completely eliminated on the disk unit. What really happens is that the area is “reserved” so it can be overwritten on, which is why it is possible to reverse the process as long as nothing else has already completely “stepped on” the file you want to recover.  Warning: there are a number of “quotation marks” in today’s post.



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DiskDigger: How to recover photos :

One of the most dramatic events for any smartphone user is when you accidentally erase photos and video files. Recovering them is not an easy task, especially if you erased them a while ago. The reason for this is that the space they took up will be written on again with new files. DiskDigger is a free app that makes erased file recovery simple and easy. It works on Android devices, although to get the best results you'll have to have a rooted tablet or smartphone. 



When you choose a disk unit for scanning, you’ll also have the option to select the file format that you want to search for, although the basic version will only search for JPEG, MP3, and PNGs. In any case, these are actually the most common extensions used by Android operating systems to save photos and videos, so they should be more than enough.



After completing a scan, you’ll find a list with all of the files that are available for recovery. There, you’ll be able to select the elements that you want to retain both locally as well as by sending them through an external application. Better yet, the Pro full-feature version of the application includes extras that allow you the possibility of uploading everything you want to recover through an FTP server.

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