Recover Lost Pictures

Recover Lost Photo Files

Capturing memories in digital images helps you stay in touch with the wonderful time that you had before. A small error can take away the precious photos from you. However you don’t have to feel gloomy for losing your favorite photos because there is a tool designed to recover pictures and other media files. This file recovery software supportsyou to recover lost pictures of all kind of Photo file formats - JPEG, JPG, TIFF, PNG, GIF, etc. Special built-in algorithms supports recovery of specialized DSLR generated RAW digital photo file types from wide range of professional cameras. This means, if you have a Samsung camera, this tool can be used to carry out Samsung photo recovery. Besides cameras, it is possible to recover deleted pictures from android with this tool. Moreover, this recovery software is specially designed and developed to recover deleted pictures, movies and audio files from all kind of digital media.

Causes of losing Pictures:

Followings are some scenarios in which you may lose some extremely crucial photo files:

Steps to Recover Lost Pictures:

File recovery software enables you to get back lost picture files. These are few steps to follow:

Step 1: Download and install the trial version of Files Recovery software. When the installation is done,connect your device to the system. Then you will have to choose "Recover Photos" and in next window select "Recover Lost Photos".

Recover Lost Pictures - Recover Photos Main Screen

Figure 1: Recover Photos Main Screen

Step 2: Select the particular type of file you want to recover,then click the "Next" tab. After the scan it will show all recovered photo files.

Recover Lost Pictures - Select File Type

Figure 2: Select File Type

Step 3: Select the photo files you want to recover. Restore the photo files by clicking on "Save" option.

Recover Lost Pictures - Save Recovered Files

Figure 3: Save Recovered Files

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