Guide to Bulk Delete Photos on Android
Saved too many photos on your Android phone and now want to bulk delete unwanted photos on Android? Or just want to remove private photos from Android because you plan to give away your old Android phone?
Well, speaking of deleting unwanted photos on Android, you may say you can just remove them within the device once by one. That's right if you just want to temporarily delete them from your device, since these deleted photos can be easily restored as long as you get a professional data eraser tool. So to permanently delete unwanted photos on Android in a batch without any possibility of getting recovered, you are suggested to rely on a professional data eraser tool like this Android Data Eraser (Windows/Mac) software.
About Android Data Eraser:
With it, you can bulk delete unwanted photos on Android phone/tablet without any hassle. And files deleted with this software won't get recovered under whatever powerful recovery tool. And aside from photos, it can also support other files like contacts, messages, videos, apps and many more. As long as your device is running Android operating system, you can always use it to erase any data from Android phone as desired.
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User Guide to Remove Multiple Photos from Android
Step 1. Open the installed software on the computer and then get your Android phone connected to the computer via the USB cord. And please install the MobileGo connector on your device as prompted.
Step 2. Now, choose the mode of Erase All Data on the main interface to continue the process.
（Note: The current version only supports Erase All Data mode, so you are suggested to make a phone backup of important files in case of unwanted data losses. But it will be recovered in the coming versions.）
Step 3. Type "delete" on the box to confirm your action and let it do the rest.
Within a little while, you will successfully remove duplicate photos from Android as needed and wanted!
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