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Re: I have accidently deleted my Android folder!

No, I hadn't backed it up.. :-(

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Re: I have accidently deleted my Android folder!

While deleting some old songs on my Android when I was traveling, I accidentally deleted the image folder that contained the photos I shot using my camera. I knew I could go back home, connect my phone as a mass storage device and run file recovery software like Recuva or EaseUS to restore the files. But, I was not willing to take any chances, and thus I launched the Google Play Store on my device and started hunting for an Android recovery app.

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Re: I have accidently deleted my Android folder!


brantewing wrote:

 and thus I launched the Google Play Store on my device and started hunting for an Android recovery app.


...and, where did that lead you?



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Re: I have accidently deleted my Android folder!

This I really don't know for sure. The phone can be set back to factory and that will get your folder back. However I very much doubt the photos and such are recoverable. That is why its important to remove them to another media in case things like this happen.
There may be an app that might restore all, so try looking for an app first before you restore your device.Such as Android Data Recovery.

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Re: I have accidently deleted my Android folder!


genevievemiller wrote:

This I really don't know for sure. The phone can be set back to factory and that will get your folder back. However I very much doubt the photos and such are recoverable. That is why its important to remove them to another media in case things like this happen.
There may be an app that might restore all, so try looking for an app first before you restore your device.Such as Android Data Recovery.


Doubt that would work as this device runs on QNX which android does not

 




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