Recover Deleted Photos from Motorola Electrify

Posted by: Leo Mccoy

Recovering Deleted Photos From Motorola Electrify

“I just deleted the entire photo folder from my Motorola Electrify Android phone last night. Needless to say that I don’t carry any backup so is it possible for me to recover the same from my phone?”

Yes, you can definitely recover deleted photos from your Motorola Electrify Android smartphone without much hassle. To do so you require an Android recovery tool such as Remo Recover that can retrieve deleted photos from Motorola Electrify in the most efficient manner.

Motorola Electrify is an Android based smartphone released by Motorola in 2012. It features a brilliant 4.3-inch TFT multitouch touchscreen and supports 2G as well as 3G networks. It comes with a 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and includes a memory card slot which can be used to expand the memory to up to 32GB. Additionally, it also supports EDGE, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and micro USB 2.0. It comes with an 8MP rear facing camera along with a LED flash and the camera is backed with features like geo tagging, auto focus and face detection. It also includes a front facing VGA camera for video chats. It comes with an Android Ice Cream Sandwich version and runs on a 1.2GHz dual core processor. However, you might have come across data loss scenarios on Android phones which are quite a common issue lately. Photos saved on the phones are the primary victims to such data loss scenarios. Below are a few scenarios that lead to deletion of photos from Motorola Electrify:

  • The user might end up accidentally formatting the phones internal or SD card memory.
  • Interruptions while transferring the photos from the phone to another system.
  • Viruses in the device can severely harm the photos saved on the SD card or the internal memory causing it to get corrupt and sometimes even delete itself from the memory.
  • Photos saved on the SD card can get deleted when it’s removed abruptly or in an unsafe fashion.


Recover Deleted Photos from Motorola Electrify Using Remo Recover:

This Android recovery tool is undoubtedly the best when it comes to recover deleted photos from Motorola Electrify. It recovers deleted photos from the phones internal as well as from its external memory in the most efficient way. The recovery strategy used by this software is distinct and has the ability to retrieve each and every photo that is deleted from the phone. Remo Recover comes with a simple user interface that is well designed to help even a first time user perform a deleted photo recovery from Motorola Electrify without any trouble. To get an idea about the performance and recovery ability of this amazing software, you can get the trial version too. Once this application completes recovering deleted photos from Motorola Electrify, it lets you to preview the recovered photos. You can then save the same to any location on your system. Remo Recover runs on all versions of Windows operating system and has the ability to recover from all Android versions at the same time.

How to use Remo Recover to restore deleted photos from Motorola Electrify?

Step 1: Connect your Motorola Electrify Android phone to a Windows system using a USB cable and select “Recover Deleted Files” option from main screen.

Recover Deleted Photos from Motorola Electrify - Main Window

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: Next,select the Motorola Electrify drive from which you want to retrieve photos and click “Next” button to begin the scanning process.

Recovering Deleted Photos from Motorola Electrify - Select Motorola Electrify Drive

Figure B: Select Motorola Electrify Drive

Step 3: Once the scanning process is complete, a list of recovered photos are displayed. They can be viewed in two types of views- “File Type View” and “Data View”.

Retrieving Deleted Photos from Motorola Electrify - List of Recovered Photos

Figure C: List of Recovered Photos

Step 4: Finally you can preview the recovered photos and save them to any location on your computer.

Retrieve Deleted Photos from Motorola Electrify - Preview Photos

Figure D: Preview Photos