How can I recover deleted photos on my device?

If you lost your priceless pictures, that would be incredibly terrible. If you remove images by mistake, you can recover them using the following method: Additionally, learn in advance how to move, store, and manage the pictures that carry your memories. It is important to verify that the software on your device is updated to the most recent version before attempting the advice listed below as a solution. Please follow the steps below to update the software on your mobile device.

Step 1. Go to Settings > Software update.

Step 2. Tap on Download and install

Step 3. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Option 1. Using Gallery app

Check your Trash Keep deleted images and videos in the Trash for 30 days before they are deleted forever.

Step 1. Open Gallery app > tap Menu.
Step 2. Select Trash > tap Edit.
Step 3. Select photos you want to restore > tap Restore.

Activate Trash
To use Trash, you should have turned on the Trash before you deleted photos.

Step 1. Open Gallery app > tap Menu.
Step 2. Select Settings >Select Trash to turn on.

Options 2: Using Google Photo Apps

Check your Trash: Items will be permanently deleted after 60 days in Trash.

Step 1. Open Google Photos app > tap Library.
Step 2. Select Trash > tap Select.
Step 3. Select photos you want to restore > tap Restore.
Step 4. Tap the pop-up to restore items.

Check your account: Because some photographs may appear to have vanished if you are in another account. Make sure your account is logged in. Have you backed up your images to that account? If not, log out first and then re-log in using the right account.

Options 3. Using Samsung Cloud

For convenience, Microsoft OneDrive has replaced Samsung Cloud for gallery syncing. Regular backups are necessary to avoid unintended data loss, especially of images and videos. You might also learn more about “How can I automatically backup data on my Galaxy device?”

Step 1. Go to the Gallery, choose More options (three vertical dots), and then select Settings.
Step 2: Select Cloud sync if necessary, and then connect your Microsoft and Samsung accounts.

Step 3: Until the sync begins, adhere to the on-screen directions.

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