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How to Recover Deleted Photos on Your Android Phone

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Those days have gone when people use only digital camera to capture quality pictures during travelling, on the marriage ceremony, or on all other events. In these days maximum Smartphones comes with a high megapixel camera that is enough to capture HD quality pictures. This is the main reason most of the people use their android phone to capture the pictures.

But have you ever thought - What you will do if the pictures captured by you will be deleted mistakenly from your Android phone?

Some of you think that it's not possible to recover deleted files but for your kind information i would like to express that restoring deleted files on Android phone is possible. In this article, i will show you how you can recover deleted photos on your Android phone.


How to Recover Deleted Photos on Your Android Phone

Important Note: This tutorial is only applicable for the rooted Android users, if you don't own a rooted Android device then it will not work for you. If you want to know how to root any Android device without using a PC then Click here.

To recover deleted photos, you need a rooted Android phone and an Android app named DiskDigger undelete (root). This application is completely free to download and easily receivable at the Google play store.

The interesting thing is, DiskDigger undelete app is still in beta stage but a perfect Android application to recover files on your Android. Let's see how it works:


How to recover images on Android using DiskDigger

At first, download DiskDigger undelete (root) app and install it on your Android phone. Once the app is installed successfully, run it on your android and select the partition from where you wish to recover the files such as from your memory card or internal memory. For instance see the below screenshot -

How to Recover Deleted Photos on Your Android Phone

After that tap on the button of “Scan Device” to start the scanning process on your Android phone. Please keep patience, it will take few time to scan all the deleted files on your smartphone.

How to Recover Deleted Photos on Your Android Phone

Once the scanning process is completed you will be able to see the results on the screen. Now from here, you will have to select all those photos which you wish to restore (get back) on your Android device. 

How to Recover Deleted Photos on Your Android Phone

So, select the Files according to wish and click on the Save button to recover images on your Smartphone’s local drive.

That's it! Now all your removed or deleted photos are swimmingly restored on your Android phone local drive. One thing you need to remember again, this app will work smoothly on rooted devices only. So, no need to try on non-rooted Smartphones.


I hope you found this tutorial useful. Feel free to share your view about this app via comments. If you are searching for more interesting Android apps, tips and tricks, tech support, tutorials then check out our Android tips section.

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6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the Tutorial Amit...
    Will try this Diskdigger and see how well it works...

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    1. Your most welcome Vijesh. yeah try and share your view with us :)

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  2. Hi Amit,

    Thanks for your tutorial and hope this works in my htc mobile. Its time to download diskdigger and start getting back my deleted photos. Hope I would find more interesting articles, related to android thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hey Tharun,

      Your most welcome Bro. I really appreciate your effort to support me. Yeah, try out and share your view with us. I am much happy to know that you are looking for more interesting articles on Howtouncle related to Android and Android apps. Keep coming Bro......!!

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  3. It's always safe to use a recommended recovery software for Android devices. Use a professional tool such as Remo Recover to recover all your lost photos in an Android device.

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    1. Hiii Albert,
      Thank you so much for sharing your view with us. keep coming and informing :)

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