Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Photo Recovery, retrieve Galaxy Note 2 deleted or lost pictures
When the original Samsung Galaxy Note came out it took the world by storm, with its unique shape and size. Not many people thought a phone that big would be a big seller, but the Galaxy Note proved them wrong. When Samsung put out its even bigger brother – Galaxy Note 2, it again revolutionized the Phablet world. The great hardware along with Jelly Bean make the Note II the smoothest Android experience to date. Besides having the functionality of a phone, you get many features including S-Pen and a great camera, which in combination makes for something special, and a big battery for the long trips.
Galaxy Recovery is a must-have software if you have accidentally deleted some important pictures, videos, or audio files. When a “delete” is performed on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or any other Android devices, only the space that the file occupies is marked as “available” and can be reused by new pictures or other files. The deleted files will be still there until new data overwrites it. Therefore, if you don’t add any new pictures or video clips to your Note 2’s memory card, you still can recover deleted photos by using Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Photo Recovery software.
How to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy Note 2?
Install Galaxy Recovery software on your PC or Mac, then connect your Galaxy Note 2 via USB. Once the software recognizes your phone, allow it to scan and find the lost pictures. After that simple recover the deleted photos.
1: Make sure your Galaxy Note 2’s memory card can be recognized as a storage devices/removable devices.
2: Select a drive to scan your Galaxy Note 2 deleted picture or video files. You’ll see a list of folders indicating each file format shows in the left panel.
3: Now, select multimedia files to be restored, and hit Recover button to start retrieving your lost photos, videos, music files from Galaxy Note 2.
Free to try Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Recovery to restore your deleted Galaxy Note 2 multimedia files from 16/32/64GB User memory or microSD card.