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How to Recover Photo Video from Android

How to Recover Photo Video from Android

Accidentally deleted, restore factory settings, system crash, virus attacks, rooting or others unexpected situations,  result in files (photos, videos) lost on your Android phone or tablet such as HTC, Samsung Mobile, Motorola, LG, Sony Ericsson, Huawei, ZTE, etc.. These photos and video for you, is far more valuable than the phone itself. Okay, take it easy , you can easy to get them back.

Android Data Recovery is the world’s 1st recovery software which enable you to recover deleted/formatted files from Android devices with no need for taking out the SD card or memory card inside the Android phones or tablets. This program is powerful that not only can recover photos and videos, but also can recover contacts, text messages and more from your Android devices without data missing.

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Follow the step-by-step guide to easy recover your lost photo and video from Android.

Here are two ways to restore Android's missing data:

Method 1: how to restore data to backup after losing data

Nowadays, people usually use the system backup function or cloud services (such as Google) to backup their mobile phone data. If you have a good habit of doing regular backup or synchronization, it's easier to recover files after you reset the Android phone or lose data when you leave the factory.

Option 1: Recover Android Data from Google

If you have set up Google account on your Android and enabled synchronization for all data, after factory reset, you can set up your Google account again on the phone. An option during the set up process will allow you to restore all the synced data.

Option 2: Restore Android Data from Backup

Many Android phones are endowed with local backup app or function. If you have backed up data regularly, then, after factory reset, just go to “Settings” > “Back up & restore”, and select the latest backup file to restore data from backup.

Method 2:Free download Android data recovery software to try(Recommend)

Steps to Recover Photo Video from Android

Step 1. Connect your android to your computer

 Please download and run the Android Data Recovery on your computer. Then, find and click "Data Recovery" from the main interface.

At the same time, connect your android to your computer using the USB line. Before the program successfully manages your phone, the phone will pop up a window, you need to open the USB debugging.

If your Android os version is 4.2.2 or above, there will be a pop up message on your Android phone, tap on "OK" to allow USB debugging.

Step 2. Select the file type as you want

 Next, you can see many file types in the new window. By default, all file types are checked. If you only need to restore the specified file, you can cancel the other items, and then click "Next" to go on.


Step 3. Select scan mode to scan your android

 Then, you also need to choose the scan mode for phone data. As you can see, the program will provide two modes, one is the Standard mode, and the other is the Advanced mode. I recommend standard mode, because this mode works faster. Choose one according to your needs, and then click "Start".

Note: There might be a Superuser authorization appearing on your device during the scan. If you get it, click "Allow" to continue. If not, just skip this step.


Step 4. Preview and recover the selected data on android

 After the scan is completed, all the found data from your android will be displayed in the window, you can preview them and see more details. When you find the files you need to recover, check them and click "Recover".



There are many unexpected surprises in my life. In order to avoid data loss, we must regularly store our important data on the computer.

More Information about the Program

Android Data Recovery provides help for you to recover deleted or lost data from Android Phone/Tablet(such as HTC, Samsung Mobile, Motorola, LG, Sony Ericsson, Huawei, ZTE, etc.), including photos, videos, contacts and text messages generated by your phone or transferred from other devices, as well as documents, archives, and more stored on your Android phone or tablet.

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