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Deleted Picture Recovery from MacBook Pro
One fine day you noticed that your MacBook Pro’s hard drive is almost full and in order to make it free and add some new files you thought of deleting some unneeded data. While searching for unwanted files, you found that the folder in which you have stored your photos was containing many unnecessary pictures. Hence you decided to delete some images and selected it by holding “Ctrl” button. But while choosing photos, you did not notice that you have selected all pictures in a hurry. Soon after deletion, you preceded further and emptied Trash Bin as well. Later, when you opened the folder that contained photos, you were shocked to see that it is empty.
What will you do in that case? Will you find any other manual option to restore your deleted photos? Unfortunately other than Trash, there is no other manual option to retrieve your photos from MacBook Pro. In such scenario, you have to either seek technical assistance or need to find other way to get pictures from MacBook Pro on your own.
What are the causes behind deletion of photos from MacBook Pro?
- Improper disconnection of the external storage media from MacBook Pro when the transfer process is going on may results in photo loss
- If the file system of the MacBook Pro is corrupted then it does not allow you to access photos and other files from it
- Formatting the volume containing photos without noticing, would delete photo files from it
- Accidentally hitting on “Empty Trash Bin” instead of “Put Back” while restoring photos from MacBook Trash could leads to lose photo files
- Using keyboard shortcut i.e. “Command+Shift+Delete” keys to empty Trash without checking its contents may lead to deletion of photos from MacBook Pro
As every problem has solution, for your problem the helpful solution would be using perfect photo recovery tool like Yodot Mac Photo Recovery to undelete pictures from MacBook Pro. This software seems simple, but the way it performs photo recovery will really make you surprise. It will guide you to recover photos from MacBook Pro notebook and you need to go according to its instructions after which the recovered photos would be presented to you. You can recover photo files such as JPG, PNG, GIF, TIF, BMP, PSD, WMF, CR2, DNG, RAF, ERF, RAW, NEF, ORF and more. If you have lost other files like music, videos and documents, along with photos, then this software would help to get back those files as well. You need not worry about the safety of the software, because it is virus free and 100% safe to use. Also it restores media files from MacBook Air, iMac, Mac Mini and other Macintosh systems.
How to operate software to regain photos from MacBook Pro?
- Download and install Yodot Mac Photo Recovery software in your MacBook Pro. Make sure that you don’t install the software to the same drive from which recovery is to be carried out
- Run the software and follow instructions that are appearing on the window
- Select any one from the two options i.e. "Deleted Photo Recovery" and “Lost Photo Recovery” option to begin with the recovery process
- Now, the application will look up for all the physical drives available and will display the found drives
- From the list of found drives select the one from which you want to recover photos
- The utility will scan entire drive and will display recoverable photo files
- Choose desired image files that you want to retrieve
- Preview pictures to confirm selection before saving
- Browse and choose the destination location to save photos
- Allow Time Machine to backup your data whenever you are carrying out any deletion process from MacBook Pro
- Do not empty Trash of MacBook Pro unless you check and find that the files are not so important