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Samsung Memory Card Recovery – Recover Photos from Samsung Memory Card

Samsung is the second largest phone manufacturer and one of the world’s largest technology companies by sales. Among current Android users, 58 percent said they prefer Samsung for their next smartphone. If you love the idea of a wraparound screen, Samsung S6 Edge is your judicious choice. And the most of you would like to use a micro memory card to make your phone run more smoothly and its storage larger.

Samsung Memory Card Recovery

Most Samsung users have encountered the same problem of photo deletion. There are diverse reasons, such as accidental deletion, the operating system or application update failure, even more other unknown reasons. And you are also running the risk of losing other data on your memory card, like messages, contacts, call history, videos, etc. If you feel confused about how to recover deleted data from Samsung SD card, a safe and powerful memory card recovery is the explanation.

FoneLab Android Data Recovery

This is the best program to recover deleted or lost files on Android. You can safely and quickly recover your text file and media content from your Android device and SD card.

As a matter of fact, those deleted photos are still in your Samsung phone, but they will be overwritten by new data if you continue to use your phone frequently. Please use your phone as less as you can if you want to recover those lost photos.

You have to choose a suitable Memory Card Recovery. Here we will introduce FoneLab Android Data Recovery to you. It is a third-party tool which allows you to scan all data or certain parts of them. And you can recover photos, messages, videos, contacts and more other data selectively. It can save your time and recover your data quickly and safely. Please check below tutorial about how to use this memory card recovery software.

Step 1: Download and install FoneLab Android Data Recovery, then launch it on your computer.

FoneLab Android Data Recovery

Step 2: Enable USB debugging mode on your Samsung phone. If you don’t know how to do it, please follow below guides according to your operating system.

For Android 2.3 or earlier: Go to SettingsDevelopment USB Debugging.

For Android 3.0 – 4.1: Navigate to Settings Developer OptionsUSB Debugging.

For Android 4.2 or later: Tap SettingsAbout Phone. Then tab Build number for 7 times until the messages “You are under developer mode” appears. Then go back to SettingsDeveloper OptionsUSB Debugging.

USB Debugging

Step 3: Check the boxes beside Gallery and Picture Library. Then click the Next button to move on. If you want to check all data for your phone, you can choose Select All at the bottom of the window.

Select File Type

Step 4: In order to get the privilege of scanning data from memory card, please tap Allow/Grant/Authorize when it pops up on your phone screen. If it doesn’t come out, please click Retry at the bottom-right corner of the window.

Get Privilege

Step 5: Check Gallery and Picture Library on the left pane after the scanning is done. you can click to preview these photos and then choose the items you want to recover from memory card, click Recover button finally.

Recover Photos from Android

However, please remember that FoneLab Android Data Recovery allows you to recover different data from various of Android phones with no hassle. Retrieve deleted contacts from Samsung Galaxy Phones and recover deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note/Edge are becoming much easier with it.

You can get 30-day free but limited trial after your successful installation, but it is recommended to have a register one to get all functions, for example, restore deleted contacts on your Samsung phone and saved them as VCF/CSV/HTML formats on your computer. It also allows you to retrieve WhatsApp messages and more from both phone and memory card and backup them to your PC. If you want to get the files on your Android phone back, FoneLab Android Data Recovery can do this for you.

Feb 17th, 2017 09:00 / Posted by
Tag: Photos Samsung

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