How to Undelete Photos from Android Phone & Tablets

Have you lost some really important images from your Android device? You do not need worry because here you will find the solution to your needs. You can snow stop stressing and get right to work to recover those precious photos of yours. But how to make it possible? The truth is that android phones do not clear the actual data when the delete button is pressed. There is a file table in the OS whose function is to store the physical locations of all files in the storage. When a photo is deleted, only that particular entry is deleted but not its physical occurrence. By manipulating the file table therefore, all these files can be recovered by joining all data about a particular file. This can be done manually but that would be quite tiresome, for this sole purpose, there are several software that has been developed. Here is a step by step guide on how to go through the entire process of undeleting photos on android phones and tablets.

Here, you may need a data recovery program as your assistant – MobiKin Doctor for Android (Windows/Mac). With it, you can easily and quickly scan and find the deleted or lost photos on your Android devices, and save them on your computer with one simple click. And it can be compatible with almost all popular Android devices on the market, including Samsung, Motorola, HTC, LG, etc. Now, just click the below icon to install the program on your PC and then you can follow the below steps to begin the process.

Steps to Undelete Photos/Pictures from Android Devices

Step 1. Run the program and connect your android device to the computer using a USB data cable. If the software fails to recognize the device, be sure to download the necessary drivers, install them and run the program again. Here, you should also be sure the USB debugging have been enabled.

Step 2. Turn on “USB Storage” on your device, and then the program will conduct a deeply scanning on the device. Wait for a little while, the scan will be finished, and you’ll find that files on your Android have been divided into different folders.

Step 3. Open the folders according to your image format, and preview the found photos and tick the one you wish to undelete, then hit “Recover” button to save them on your computer well.


  • Dalila Emal

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