3 Steps to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note

What to do if you accidentally deleted important photos on Samsung Galaxy Note? Don’t worry, this article will tell you where the deleted photos are and how to easily recover them from Samsung Galaxy Note with 3 steps.

iMobie Posted on: May. 29, 2018, Last Updated: Nov. 19, 2019

To get back your deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy phones with maximum possibility, we sincerely recommend you refer to this guide since it has multiple possible solutions to help you.

“Hi, guys. I lost some photos from my Samsung Note 8, tried some Android data recovery or similar apps, but failed to recover the deleted photos. Do you guys know any tool can really restore deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note? Thanks a lot.”

Mistakenly deleting or accidentally losing some pictures could happen to every Galaxy Note user. But there is no need to worry about it too much because we can find at least one way to get them back. If you have a good habit of backing up your photos, like to Google Photo, then you can directly find your lost photos there; but if you have not backed up them before, where did the deleted photos go or what actions can you take?

Where Did Your Deleted Photos Go on Your Samsung Galaxy Note?

If you want to recover your photos from Samsung Note, firstly you should know how your Note device store your deleted photos. After the photos were deleted, they won’t immediately be wiped out from the smartphone database, the data will not be immediately gone forever, but it will still be saved on the phone internal memory until the new-generated data takes up its space. This also works for your external memory, like an SD card. Therefore, the photos that you deleted from Samsung Note are recoverable.

So the right way is stopping using your phone for taking photos or do anything else, because these operations may overwrite your deleted photos, and permanently remove your photos from your device, and follow the method below to get them back on your phone again.

How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 9/8/7/6/5/4

To get back your deleted photos on Galaxy Note, you can check whether you have created a backup using Google or Samsung default backup service. If you make sure you have done the backup, you can follow this post how to restore from Samsung to get all data from backup to your device.

If not, you have no other choice but using some professional Android data recovery, just like PhoneRescue Android Recovery software we are going to introduce to you. And next, we will tell you how to recover photos from Samsung Note with only 3 steps.

Step 1 Download PhoneRescue for Android and install it on your computer (Mac & PC) > Launch it and connect your Samsung to the computer. It will automatically recognize your Samsun Galaxy Note.

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Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note – Step 1

Step 2 Just select only the Photos category and click Next to scan your deleted photos on your Samsung Note. (As you can see, this app can recover not only photos but other types of files, such as messages, calendars, and contacts.)

Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note – Step 2

Step 3  After scanning, this app will get your deleted photos, then you can preview them and choose any to save to your computer for backup.

Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy Note – Step 3

The Bottom Line

It’s hard to recover deleted photos from your Galaxy Note 9/8/7/6/5/4 if you haven’t created backups before. But as you can see, you still have access to find your deleted photos using this professional android data recovery software – PhoneRescue for Android, which is easy to operate and can be used to recover not only the pictures in your Photos app but also the photos you attached to your Messages app or other apps. Besides, photos, you can also use it to get back lost contacts, messages, and more. So why not download it and have a try!


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