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    Post How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy A6/A6+

    If you happen to be a Samsung fan that likes to see the information of Samsung, then you may realize that Samsung is preparing to launch two new mid - file phones: Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus, which will be released in the next few months. These two new A6 series phones seem to be the successors of last year's Galaxy A5 (2017).

    Samsung Galaxy A6 uses Exynos 7870 processor, which has 8 Cortex-A53 cores and one Mali-T830 MP1 GPU. While Galaxy A6 + uses Xiaolong 625, 8 Cortex-A53 cores, Adreno 506 GPU. Among them, A6+ built-in 4GB runs memory, A6 runs 3GB memory, and two models pre install Android 8 Oreo system.

    Are you can't wait to buy this Samsung Galaxy A6/A6+ as your new handset? However, lots of users lost some important data like photos from theirs Samsung Galaxy A6/A6+. Are you also looking for a way to recover deleted photos from Samsung A6/A6+? Please don't worry, what you need is just the Samsung Data Recovery.

    Samsung Data Recovery is the all-in-one data recovery program that can directly Recover Deleted Text Messages, Contacts, Videos, Photos, Call logs, Whatsapp Messages and other Document Files from Any Samsung Galaxy Phone and SD card.

    Related: Recover Deleted SMS from Samsung A6/A6+

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    Samsung Data Recovery can not only help you directly recover the data you need without backup, but also can backup your phone data, repair the abnormal system, unlock the Samsung Galaxy phone and so on.

    Recover photos On Samsung Galaxy A6/A6+



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    Actually, you don't need to feel panic about the losing. Because when a file deleted from your Samsung Galaxy phone, it is not truly deleted. The operating system only removed it from the file category in the folder and flagged the storage of the deleted file as being ready for overwritten. That is why you cannot find them though it still exists on your phone. All in all, before you shooting some new photos and video to overwrite the memory, you can fully retrieve deleted pictures from Samsung Galaxy phone with a professional 3rd-party program. And before it, you should stop taking photos or videos with your phone immediately.

    MobiKin Doctor for Android & Doctor for Android (Mac version) could be the best Samsung Photo Recovery program on your PC or Mac computer. It can help you conduct a deeply scanning on your connected Samsung Galaxy phones or tablets and then you can preview the pictures in the program and find your target files and then save them on your computer very well. What's more, not only photos, other data like contacts, messages, etc. are also supported by the program, so you can use it to deal with all kinds of data losing problem on your Samsung Galaxy devices as you like.


    Last edited by Emily Baker; 07-31-2018 at 06:31 AM.

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    Normally, the photos and videos that have been taken remain stored on your phone, such as Samsung Galaxy A6/A6+, until a user transfers them to another device. However, there are occasions that these items can be inadvertently lost and need to be recovered so that they can be accessed again. Two of the more commonly known problems usually appear when someone who has this type of device deletes them accidentally or the photo files and the videos have become corrupt.

    With professional software like Coolmuster Lab.Fone for Android, you can recover the deleted and lost photos/videos from Samsung Galaxy A6/A6+ easily.


    Last edited by Ceciclia Garcia; 08-01-2018 at 12:03 AM.

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    I know a program called Samsung Photo Recovery. It can scan your Samsung A6 and SD card deeply to find the deleted photos on it. You can preview them before recovering. Besides photos, you can also recover messages, videos, contacts, call logs, Whatsapp messages, music, books and other document files from your Samsung Galaxy A6.



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