Android is an operating system for mobile devices like Smart phones and tablet computers. Smart phones such Samsung Galaxy series, HTC, Sony Xperia, Motorola, Micromax and others runs on android OS. Android Smart phones have now become the number one choice for many users across the globe. Despite these benefits, Android data loss seems also more common than earlier. Then you can use Android Picture Recovery Software to retrieve deleted photos from Android device.
There are many scenarios where you deleted or lost pictures from Android devices. Photo recovery software is that it recovers Android application package files along with music, video and image files. This software can be used on Windows and Mac OS. As it is malware or spyware free it is safe to use. It even restores images from improperly mounted SD cards, to know more to recover photos from SD card go through http://www.rescuephotos.net/get-back-deleted-from-sd-card.html.
Unintentionally Deletion: Accidentally deleting pictures from your Android internal storage SD card.
Accidental Formatting: Accidentally formatting the SD card from the Android device, quick format SD card when Android device is connected to PC and while connecting your memory card or USB drive to the PC or laptop it displays an error message saying, “Disk need to be formatted”.
Mishandling SD card: Use same SD card on different portable devices or pull out the SD card when file in use which leads to data loss.
Error encountered during File transfer: Ejecting the SD card of Android device during pictures transfer between computer and Android device results data loss.
Step 1: Connect the Android device to your computer. Download and install free demo version of Android picture recovery. After installation select either “RECOVER DELETED FILES” or “RECOVER LOST FILES” from main screen, refer figure 1.
FIGURE 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Select the Android device from where you need to recover pictures, refer figure 2. Then software starts scanning process.
FIGURE 2: Select Android device
Step 3: Once scanning process is over, you can view recovered photo in “FILE TYPE VIEW / DATA VIEW”, refer figure 3.
FIGURE 3: View in File Type View / Data View