Summary: This article will tells a simple and reliable way to restore the deleted and lost photos, pictures and more from your Samsung Galaxy A60 even if without backup.
Samsung Galaxy A60 has many bright spots, such as 6.3-inch screen, screen vibration and sound technology, Snapdragon 675 processor, 3500 mAh battery, 15W fast charge, Android One UI system, rear-three-camera (32MP main camera, 5MP virtual camera, 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera), full-featured NFC. More importantly, its price is not high. I think Samsung Galaxy A60 has a high cost performance, and its actual experience is also very good.
Last week, I traveled with my family. I took many beautiful photos with Samsung Galaxy A60, which made me very satisfied. But my little daughter picked up my Samsung Galaxy A60 while I wasn’t paying attention. The end result was that she scrambled on my phone and all the data was deleted. Because my Samsung Galaxy A60 is still a new phone, there is not much data stored in phone. But those beautiful photos have been deleted. I want to restore them.
Here, you need a professional data recovery software, and Android Data Recovery is your best choice. On the one hand, the software is so compatible that supports many Android models like Huawei, Samsung, HTC, LG, Xiaomi, Sony, Google, vivo, OPPO and many more. On the other hand, it can recover almost all data including photos, SMS, WhatsApp messages, contacts, videos, audio, call history, documents etc.. In addition, the software will not delete or modify any data in the mobile phone when restoring data. The whole recovery process is safe and simple, and the steps are as follows.
Step 1. Download and Install the program on your computer with the above link accordingly. Once it is completed, it will automatically run. Connect your Samsung Galaxy A60 to the computer via a USB cable.
Step 2. Turn on USB debugging on your phone. If you don’t know what to do, you can follow the instructions on the screen to open it. Then click “OK” to continue.
Step 3. Next, check the “Media”, and select “Gallery” and “Picture library”. When the selection is complete, click “Next”.
Step 4. The program needs to get privilege to scan data from your phone. You should Allow/Authorize/Grant when it prompts on your phone screen.
If there is still no such pop-up window, please click “Retry” to try again.
Step 5. When the authorization is successful, the program will start scanning your phone data. The content you check here is all photos, so the scan results only include deleted photos. Next, choose which photos you want to restore and tick them, and click on “Recover” to save them back to your computer.
Note: Please make sure your Samsung Galaxy A60 is sufficient power and keep your phone well connected to the computer during the whole recovery process.