“Is it possible to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S4? I accidentally delete the “Camera” folder on my S4. All my photos and videos are lost. I want to get them back. Any ideas?”
Features 13 Mega-pixel Auto Focus Camera with LED Flash, the new Samsung Galaxy S4 helps capture those fun moments with unrivaled quality and creative effects. However, data loss on Galaxy S4 may happen a lot. If you accidentally deleted or formatted precious photos and videos from Samsung Galaxy S4, don’t feel frustrated, you should know that the deleted files are not completely erased. Instead, they are still there and can be recovered with reliable data recovery software.
Here, Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery (Android Recovery for Mac) is recommended. To recover deleted photos and videos from Samsung Galaxy S4, just free download this powerful as well as simple-to-use Samsung Galaxy S4 Photo Recovery and install it on your computer, it works smoothly on Windows 8/7/Vista/2000/2003.
Note: Before recovery, remember don’t take any new photos or videos with your Samsung Galaxy S4 phone to avoid data overwriting.
Run Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery, you will get the interface as below. If your Galaxy S4 is rooted, just turn on the USB debugging mode on the phone and connect it with computer via USB cable.
Tip: Photos and videos captured on Samsung Galaxy S4 are stored either on the SD card or internal memory. You can restore pictures from Samsung Galaxy S4 internal memory as well as micro-SD card with this program.
Once your Samsung Galaxy S4 is detected by the program, click the “Start” to scan for deleted photos and videos on Samsung Galaxy S4.
Once the scanning is completed, you can preview the recoverable files in the result list. Then mark the files you would like to get back and hit the “Recover” button to recover photos and videos from Galaxy S4.
This Samsung Galaxy S4 Photo Recovery also supports other Galaxy S series like Galaxy S5/S6/S6 Edge/S7/S7 Edge/S8/S8+, and more Android phones and tablets such as, Samsung Galaxy Note 7/5/2, Galaxy Nexus, HTC One, HTC Sensation, Sony Xperia, LG Optimus, and more.