How to Get Back Deleted Photos on Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

“Hi, I have problem with my Galaxy Note 2. Photos in my phone Gallery is not showing up. I could see blank icons in place where my photos were saved in the Gallery. I tried capturing photos to check whether I could get to see them, but I could not view them either. I was suggested to perform “factory data reset” to get the Gallery issue fixed. I did that but all my photos saved in Gallery got deleted. I had lots of pictures which I had taken on my birthday party. Many memorable clicks were there. I dint get any hint that I would lose photos from GN2, otherwise I would have backed up them. Please help me out, I need those photos back.”

How is it possible, I had to delete photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

Even though Samsung Galaxy Note II is a popular Android Smartphone, it has got some issues. In the above case, the Gallery of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been corrupted. If you want it to work fine, then there is no other way to go than performing “factory data reset”. If you don’t want to do that then, you can install any other App performing the task similar to Gallery App from Google Play Store. But what about already deleted photos of yours? It is obvious that you might have clicked many photos out of your Galaxy Note 2 phone. Galaxy Note 2 which comes with 8MP auto focus camera with LED flash and these photos can be viewed on large 5.5” HD super AMOLED display.

Deletion of photos from Note 2 is a painful thing that could happen to the phone user. Do not ponder upon what happened. Just relax as you can recover deleted photos from Galaxy Note 2 using Android recovery software. The recovery software helps you get back photos deleted in various other situations as given below:

  • Accidentally deleting important photos from Galaxy Note 2 while deleting unwanted ones
  • When you format SD card on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phone, the photos will be deleted with other files

Whatever may be the scenario of deletion of photos, you can retrieve them using Yodot Android Data Recovery software.

Goodness of Android photo recovery software:

Whatever may be the scenario for erasing pictures from Samsung Galaxy Note 2, you can retrieve them using Yodot Android Data Recovery software. This utility comes with easily understandable wizard which helps users to carry out photo recovery from Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on their own. This program has capability to retrieve photos of different types like GIF, PNG, TIF, TIFF, PNG, BMP, JPG, etc. from internal as well as external memory (SD card) of Samsung Galaxy Note 2. You can also be used to restore lost photos from Samsung Note 2. You can not only get back photos, but also videos, music files, APK files and other documents from Galaxy Note 2 and other Android devices manufactured by Samsung. Other than Samsung, this tool is capable of retrieving deleted photos and other media files from all popular Android Smartphone and Tablet brands on Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista, Server 2003 and 2008 operating systems.

Simple steps to recover deleted photos from Note 2:

Note: The software can recover data from Android Smartphones and tablets which works on USB Mass Storage mode

  • Download Yodot Recovery for Android and install it on Windows computer
  • Plug in Galaxy Note 2 to the system using data cable
  • Then run the utility to get main screen of software
  • Select “Deleted File Recovery” from the screen to restore deleted photos
  • Then the software detects Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from next screen and establishes the connection with it
  • Select the icon of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and click on “Next”
  • Choose photo file types that you want to retrieve and click on “Next”. Otherwise select “Skip” option to select all file types
  • The tool starts scanning your Note II and displays the result in “Data View” and “File Type View”
  • Select the photo file which you want to preview and click on “Preview” option
  • Save them on a drive of computer by giving a destination path and clicking on “Save”

Tips:

  • Keep regular backup of photos on Samsung Galaxy Note 2
  • Check on the files twice before deleting them as there are chances of deleting important ones