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Posts: 4
Registered: ‎11-15-2017

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

I see this post has been updated for a long time, maybe the data loss problem is very troublesome all the time.

I think it is necessary to make a backup all the time, to prevent from data loss problem, and keep your data in a safe place.

If you don't backup or sync the files of your phone, the only solution to get back lost photos is using Samsung photo recovery tool, I just use MobiKin doctor, it works well for me. But most of these tools is not free, cause they help you get back lost data in a simple way. If you want to get the important photos back to your phone, I think you need to pay one tool to solve this problem, photos are sometimes worth you to pay. 

 

 

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Posts: 15
Registered: ‎05-08-2018

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

Because photos are generally located in SD card. Coolmuster Android Data Recovery provides 1-click ability to help you recover photos from Samsung Galaxy S7 SD card without any hassle. Apart from that, it also recovers contacts, SMS, videos, call logs, music and more from all Android devices.

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Registered: ‎08-03-2017

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

For people who also need to retrieve deleted photos from SD card: Jihosoft photo recovery can recover all kinds of photos from SD card on Samsung S7 with no need of root. Just remove the memory card from your phone and insert it into computer, then run the program and follow step-by-step instruction to complete the recovery of your important photos.

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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎05-21-2018

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

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Whether your picture is stored in the phone memory or the SD card is on a Samsung mobile phone, FoneCope Samsung data recovery program can help you successfully obtain files that are not covered by new data, including deleted pictures without backup.

 

https://www.fonecope.com/recover-deleted-photos-samsung-galaxy-s-note.html

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Posts: 13
Registered: ‎04-28-2018

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

To permanently erase files from Samsung S7 SD card, this Motorola SD Card Eraser (Windows/Mac) software surely can't be missed. With it, you can effortlessly wipe out any data from Mobikin SD card, including contacts, messages, photos, videos, apps and many more. And files deleted with this software will have no chance of getting recovered. This professional software boasts a simple user interface, which allows you to finish the data erasing process within simple clicks. Best of all, it is called  Samsung S7and internal memory of all Android devices including Motorola, HTC, Sony and many more.

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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎07-31-2018

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

To recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung is quite easy if you do it in the right way. But normally, you should stop using the card, in case the lost data path is overwritten. And here is a guide to recover deleted pictures from SD Card on Android Phone. Hope this helps.

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Registered: ‎08-17-2018

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

Does anyone know the solution that rooting is not required?

Newbie
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎08-17-2018

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

 


@Tankentry wrote:
As for the Samsung pictures recovery from SD card , as them still stored on SD card , we can scan the SD card , if not be recovered, you can try scanning Memory for restore lost photos on phone: https://www.tunesbro.com/recover-deleted-files-from-android-sd-card.html

Tested on my Android phone, it works great. much appreciated for the suggestion.

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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎09-27-2018

Re: how to recover deleted photos from SD card on Samsung S7?

first, please stop using your Samsung S7, because your deleted photos would be overwritten, then you can utilize the Samsung Data Recovery tool to recover your lost photos. it is free and easy to use, you should have a try.Smiley Happy