Find Out Top 6 Methods To Recover Lost Or Deleted Photos From Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8!
Summary: Nowadays mostly every user take photos from their Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 in their daily life and stored them as a memorable moments. But, what will you do when it gets deleted due to some reasons. Don’t worry! In this article you will learn top 6 methods to recover lost or deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8.
With the help of Photo Recovery Software, one can:
- Effectively recover lost, erased, missing, deleted, disappeared photos (jpg/jpeg, png, bmp, gif, etc) from Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8.
- Retrieve other data also such as videos, contacts, call history, audios, messages, call/voice recordings, notes, documents and more from Galaxy S10/S9/S8.
- Easily recover lost photos from water damaged, system crashed, screen broken, factory reset, forgotten screen lock, black/white screen, ROM flashed, virus attacks, etc.
- Preview recoverable photos within the preview screen of the software.
- Support all Galaxy phones such as Galaxy S9/S9+/S8/S8+/S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5/S4/S3, etc.
- 100% read-only program. Safe, secure and easy to operate.
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Now there are many users who lost their photos from Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 due to accidental deletion and for other reasons. Let’s us see a real user practical example.
Practical Example: A User Lost All Photos On Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
Like the title says, my wife is pretty upset. I got us both new unlocked s8+’s from best buy just prior to our cross country trip with our kids.
No SD card installed.
She took 200+ pictures and today they are gone. Only videos remain in the gallery, in my files, or even using a file explorer.
I called Samsung, waste of my time.
Google drive is the only cloud app being used (for documents), pics aren’t there.
Any advice or thoughts? I’ve seen older posts on forums of this happening on Android phones and not of the fixes have worked. (Clear cache, search for and remove .nomedia files)
Dave Sent from my SM-G955U1 using Tapatalk”
Original Post From XDA Developer Forums
Just like above practical example there are many users who lost their important photos from their Galaxy S10/S9/S8. If you have accidentally deleted or lost pictures then don’t worry about it, below follow the methods to retrieve deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8.
Additional Reading: How Do I Get Photos Off Locked Samsung Phones?
Method 1: Restore Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 Photos From Smart Switch Backup
This is the first method to restore recently deleted photos from Samsung S9/S10/S8 with the help of Smart Switch backup. For this you should have recently backed up your Galaxy S10/S9/S8 photos with Smart Switch only then you can restore it back.
Below, follow the steps to restore Galaxy S10/S9/S8 photos from Smart Switch Backup:
Step 1: First you have to connect your Galaxy S10/S9/S8 to your computer that you have used to backup your Galaxy phone and then open “Smart Switch” on computer.
Step 2: After that click on “Restore” button and then the software will begin the restoration process.
When the process gets completed, then you will get back all your lost photos from your device.
Method 2: Restore Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 Photos From Samsung Cloud
You can also restore your Galaxy photos from Samsung Cloud. All your lost photos save in Samsung Cloud Trash folder for 15 days and from there you can restore your deleted Galaxy photos.
Just follow the below steps to restore your lost Galaxy S10/S9/S8 photos from Samsung Cloud:
Step 1: Open Settings on your Samsung Galaxy phone.
Step 2: Then select “Samsung Cloud”.
Step 3: Tap on “Gallery”.
Step 4: Then tap on “Trash”.
Step 5: After that choose your deleted photos and then tap on “Restore”.
Note: You can only restore those photos which have been deleted within the past 15 days. If it is older than 15 days then you can’t restore from Samsung Cloud.
Additional Reading: Transfer Data From Android/iPhone To Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10 Plus
Method 3: Restore Lost Galaxy S10/S9/S8 Photos From Google Drive Backup
Google offer Google Drive in which user backup their photos and videos. So, if you have kept back up in Google Drive then you can easily restore your photos from there. This solution also restore lost photos from Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 without computer.
Follow the below step to restore Galaxy S10, S9 or S8 photos from Google drive:
Step 1: Login to your Google drive application or you can open Google drive webpage. (Login with the same ID that you have used at the backup time).
Step 2: When you login to your Google Drive, here you will get all your backed up or uploaded photos. Now you can select the photos which you want to restore and then download them from there.
Method 4: Find Deleted Photos On Galaxy S10/S9/S8 Recycle Bin
Just like we delete any files in computer then it goes to recycle bin similarly in Galaxy phone all your deleted photos goes to recently delete folder.
So, if you have accidentally deleted your photos from Samsung Galaxy S8/S9/S10 then you can get them back from Recycle Bin.
Here how to recover deleted Samsung S10/S9/S8 pictures from recycle bin:
Step 1: On your Galaxy S10/S9/S8 phone open “Gallery”.
Step 2: Now tap on three dots.
Step 3: After that tap on “Settings” and then go to “Recycle Bin”.
Step 4: Now select the photos that you want back and click on “Restore”.
Additional Reading: How To Recover Deleted or Lost Videos On Android Phone
Method 5: Retrieve Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 Erased Photos From Google Photos App
If you have kept backup of your Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 to the Google Photos app then you can easily recover them. You can only get back the disappeared photos within 60 days.
Follow the below steps to restore Galaxy S10, S9 or S8 photos from Google Photos app:
Step 1: On your Samsung S10/S9/S8 open Google Photos app.
Step 2: Tap on menu then tap on “Trash” or “Bin“. Now all your backed-up images will appear and you can see the detail information.
Step 3: Now you can choose the pictures which you wish to restore and then tap on “Restore” to restore your photos from Google Photos app. After that all your selected photos will get restored to gallery on Galaxy S10/S9/S8.
But, what will you do when your backup is more than 60 days or when you do not have any backup. You still don’t have to worry about it. The next method will solve your problem. You can use Android Data Recovery to recover erased photos from Galaxy S10/S9/S8.
Additional Reading: Backup And Restore: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus
Method 6: Use Samsung Photo Recovery To Recover Deleted Photos From Galaxy S10/S9/S8
When you do not have any backup then – How will you recover deleted photos from Galaxy S10/S9/S8?
In this situation, you are highly suggested to try world’s famous and mostly used Android Data Recovery which is perfect Samsung Galaxy Photo Recovery software. It will help you to recover deleted photos directly from Samsung Galaxy S10, S9 or S8 phone.
The best thing about this photo recovery software for Samsung Galaxy phone is that it retrieve deleted images from phone’s internal memory as well as phone’s external SD memory card.
This Galaxy S10 Photo Recovery tool effectively extract pictures that got deleted due to water damaged, mistakenly deletion, factory reset, ROM flashed, system crashed, broken screen, forgotten screen lock PIN/password/pattern, black/white screen, virus or malware infection and so on.
Note: Stop adding any data on your Galaxy smartphone after the deletion of photos. If you add any new data on it, then it will overwrite the existing data and thereby you will lose the successful chances for recovery.
Supported Samsung Phone: Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e/Fold/S9/S9+/S8/S8+//S7/S7 Edge/S6 Edge/S6/S5/S4/S3/S2, Galaxy Note 10/10 Plus/Note9/Note8/Note7/ Note 5/Note 4/Note 3/Note2 and all other Samsung Galaxy phones.
Below find out step-by-step tutorial on how to get back missing/erased/lost/deleted photos from Galaxy S10/S9/S8 smartphones with the help of Samsung Galaxy Photo Recovery software.
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Steps To Recover Lost/Missing/Deleted/Disappeared/Erased From Galaxy S10/S9/S8
Download, Install and launch Recover (Android) Software on your computer then click on “Recover”.
Now you have to connect your phone to the computer by using USB cable. Next you have to enable USB debugging on your Android phone. When your phone gets detected then you will get the screen as shown below.
Step 2: Choose Your File Types To Scan
When your phone gets connected, then Recover (Android) tool will show your all phone’s data type which it supports to recover. By default, it has already have a check mark in all the file types. You can simply select those file type which you wish to recover.
If your device is not rooted, Recover (Android) will show two options – first is “Scan for deleted files” and second is “Scan for all files”. If you choose the option “Scan for all files” then it will take longer time but also scan all your files thoroughly.
Now you have to click on “Next” to continue the data recovery process. The software will first analyze your device.
And then software will continue to scan your device to rescue your deleted data. It will take some time.
Step 3: Preview and Recover Deleted Data
When the scan process gets completed, now you can preview recoverable data. Select the files which you want and click on “Recover” to save all the erased data on your computer.
For recovering disappeared or erased data from Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10 Plus SD card or broken phone, please visit the following links:
- Steps To Recover Deleted Data From Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 SD Card
- Steps To Recover Deleted Data From Broken Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8
It is a good habit to keep regular backup to deal with unexpected loss of photos from Galaxy S10/S9/S8. That is why because if you have backup then it becomes very easy to get lost photo s back.
But sometimes users forget to keep regular backup. In this case you are strongly recommended to use Android Data Recovery software to retrieve lost or deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8 without any backup.
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