“Hi, I’m using Samsung Galaxy S2 from past one year and I love the features of Galaxy S2 phone a lot. I had been for a trip with my college mates last week and I had captured some amazing pictures with the help of my Samsung Galaxy S2. Today morning I was having a look at those photos which I had captured in trip. Instead of “Select All” option unfortunately I clicked on “Delete all” option present in my Smartphone and I lost my photos. Is there any way through which I can recover my lost photos? If yes, please suggest me the best way to recover my lost photos.”
Have you ever been a victim of the situation as explained above? If your answer is yes then just relax!!! Your photos are not lost yet. You can get it back with the help of android recovery software. But before that you should make sure that the photos are not overwritten with any other new file. However, apart from above mentioned scenario, there are other scenarios where you might lose important files from your Galaxy S2. Some of them are listed below:-
In all the above scenarios you will end up with question, how to restore deleted files from Galaxy S2? The answer for this question is software named Remo Recover.
Remo Recover is an appropriate recovery tool which is capable to recover files on Galaxy S2. No matter, how you have lost files from your Galaxy S2, Remo Recover software helps you to bring back lost or deleted files from Samsung Galaxy S2 in an efficient way.
Some prominent features of Remo Recover:
Simple steps to recover files on Galaxy S2 are:-
Step 1:Install and Run Remo Recover on your computer and select appropriate option from the main screen.
Figure A: Main Screen
Step 2:Select your Samsung Galaxy S2 storage medium and click on “Next” to begin recovery process.
Figure B: Select Drive
Step 3:Once recovery process is done you can view the recovered files in two different types such as “File Type View” and “Data View”..
Figure C: Recovered Files
Step 4:You can preview recovered files using “Preview” option and finally store recovered files to any destination accessible to host computer.
Figure D: Save Recovery Session