How to Recover Photos, Videos, Contacts and Other Files from Mobile Phone

Help! I accidently deleted photos on my mobile phone. How can recover them.

Nowadays, data loss has become a common issue.Photos can be deleted with just one quick touch of the button. Or you may wipe all the content on your cell phone by unintentional formatting SD card. Luckily, they don't have to be permanently lost. You can quickly recover files from mobile phone using a data recovery program.

Tenorshare Photo Recovery is a reliable mobile phone data recovery application that helps you to recover photos, videos, music and other files from mobile phone that is formatted, corrupted, and the media files you accidently deleted. It works well with the whole range of smart phones running Android and Windows Phone, such as HTC, Samsung, Nokia, Blackberry, Motorola and etc. If you are using iPhone, you can refer to iPhone recovery. And Android phone users can also go to Tenorshare Android Data Recovery.

For Mac users, you can try Photo Recovery for Mac which features the similar functions of recovering mobile phone data. In this article, let's try to use Photo Recovery for Windows together. You can go to how to recover mobile data on Mac if you need.

Step 1: Select Your Cell Phone

Connect your mobile phone to your computer via a USB cable. Launch this software, and it lists all the drive it detected including your mobile phone. Select it and click "Scan" (This program selects all the file types by default, so you can adjust the settings according to your own need).

Step 2:Preview & Select Lost Files on Phone

After it completes scanning, all the recoverable files are listed. To check whether they are your need, you can preview photos, audios by highlighting them. Select the ones you need and click "Recover".

Step 3: Save the Recovered Mobile Phone Data

Well, you need to navigate a folder on your computer, instead of your mobile phone, to save the recovered photos.

Why can't save them to your mobile phone? If so, your lost data will be overwritten and can't be recovered forever.

/ Posted by Jerry Cook to Android Data Follow @Jerry Cook