By Selena KomezUpdated on May 18, 2020
“After factory reset the Samsung S10, all photos and videos were missing, how to recover lost photos from Samsung S10 after factory reset?”
“My son accidentally deleted some photos on my Samsung Galaxy S10+, is it possible to recover deleted photos from Samsung S10+? Thanks a lot.”
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Everyone’s phone has precious photos stored on it, but no one can guarantee that they will not be lost due to accidental deletion, formatting, system upgrade, factory reset or other reasons. So what should we do if we encounter this situation? If you deleted photos on Samsung phone by careless, how to recover photos from Samsung Galaxy S10 without any backups? If you stored the photos in SD card but the card was formatted, is it possible to recover photos from Samsung SD card? Do not worry! Here in this article, we will teach you how to recover lost, deleted, formatted photos from Samsung phone internal memory and SD card.
Android Data Recovery is capable of recovering data from a lot of scenarios like accidental deletion, system crash, R.O.M flashing, factory reset restoring and others. The range of file-types can be recovered list here: contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call logs, WhatsApp messages, etc,. With the help of Android Data Recovery, it could efficiently recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S10. Moreover, it allows you to preview before recovery. It is an all-in-one data manage tool for Android, it features with Android data recovery; broken Android data extraction and Android data backup & restore. It is compatible with all Motorola models and more than 6000+ Android models, insist of Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8/S7/S6/S5, Note 9/8/5/4 and the new Samsung Galaxy Fold.
Step 1.Run Program & Connect Samsung
Firstly, run Android Data Recovery on the computer. Connect your Samsung to the computer via an Android USB cable, the program will detect your device when it successfully connects. Select “Android Data Recovery” among three options.
Step 2. Enable USB Debugging on Samsung
This step will guide you to enable USB debugging on the phone, just click “OK” on it.
Step 3. Select the Photo File to Scan
Now the program will list all kinds of files for you to restore, including gallery, videos, contacts, message, WhatsApp messages, etc,. For photos recovery, you should select the “Gallery” & “Picture Library” items for program scanning.
Step 4. Allow to Scan your Samsung
Click “Next” to begin analyzing and scanning your Samsung. Tap “Allow” on the phone to get privilege to scan your phone.
Step 5. Begin to Scan Samsung for Deleted Photos
After allowing the program scan your phone, Android Data Recovery will begin to scan all deleted files from your phone.
Step 6. Preview and Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung S10
At last, it will show all photos, videos, messages, contacts, call logs, WhatsApp messages, etc, in the scan out list. Please click the photos for previewing and mark it under “Gallery” & “Picture Library” items. Finally, click the “Recover” button to restore the deleted photos from Samsung on the computer.
Samsung SD Card is ideal for storing high resolution pictures, however, it could get corrupted easily. If you have a Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+ or Galaxy Fold phone with your precious photos lost on its SD card, you need U.Fone Data Recovery which provides a simple and safe way to recover deleted photos from Samsung’ SD card. it works well for digital picture and many types of image file recovery. It helps you easily recover deleted pictures from the emptied Recycle Bin, digital cameras, memory cards, CF cards, SD cards, USB flash drives and external hard drives, etc. the program can be applied in various data loss situations. For example, system crash, hard drive formatting, virus attack, partition loss and other unknown reasons in Windows. Below is all that you need to do recover your photos from the Samsung SD Card, with the help of U.Fone Data Recovery. First of all, free download the software on your compupter.
Get back lost/deleted files, photos, audio, music, emails from any storage device safely.
Support SD Card recovery, flash drive recovery, memory card recovery,
hard drive recovery, digital camera and camcorders recovery, recycle bin recovery and any external storage device recovey.
Recover data due to system crashes, formatting, accidental deletion, malware or virus attacks, etc.
Have a wide array of photo format support for recovery, like JPG, TIFF/TIF, PNG, BMP, GIF, PSD, CRW, CR2, NEF, ORF, RAF, SR2, MRW, DCR , WMF, DNG, ERF, RAW, etc.
Fully compatible with Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6/S7/S7 Edge/S8/S8 Plus/S9/S10/S10+, Galaxy Fold and other Android devices.
Pre-Steps to Be Considered for U.Fone Data Recovery
* Stop using a disk or device that contains deleted/formatted/lost pictures as soon as possible.
* DO NOT write or save any new data on the disk or device to avoid the deleted data being replaced.
* Use this reliable read-only digital picture recovery software – U.Fone SD Card Data Recovery.
Step 1. Free Download and Install U.Fone Data Recovery
To start with, free download and install the U.Fone SD Card Data Recovery with your computer. In the case, locate “External Devices Recovery” option to start restoring photos from your SD card.
Step 2. Insert Samsung SD Card to Computer
Now you just need to plug the Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/Fold device into your computer and click “Next”. Then, select the location (SD Card) where you lost your files and click “Start” to scan lost pictures.
Step 3. Scan Deleted Photos from Samsung SD Card
As you can see, the program will start to automatically scan your SD card and quickly find lost photos in .png, .jpg, .jpeg, .tif, etc fromat.
Tip: If the first scan does not fill all the images you are looking for, continue to scan again using the Full Recovery mode. Click “All-Around Recovery” to drill down to search all the files currently displayed on the SD card.
Step 4. Preview and Retrieve Deleted Photos from Samsung SD Card
Finally, U.Fone Data Recovery provides the option to preview all recovered data. You are able to select all target images and restore deleted photos from the Samsung SD card by clicking the “Recover” button. Also, you can search for a file name and file type in the Search bar.