How to Recover Deleted and Lost Photos Pictures from Samsung Galaxy A70

Summary: This article will tells a simple and reliable way to get back the deleted and lost photos, pictures and more from your Samsung Galaxy A70 even if without backup.

Samsung Galaxy A70 is very powerful in camera configuration. The front uses a 32-megapixel self-timer lens with an F/2.0 aperture. The rear camera is a combination of 32-megapixel (F/1.7) + 5-megapixel (F/2.2) + 8-megapixel (F/2.2). It supports AI scene recognition and intelligently recognizes 20 shooting scenes. Overall, Samsung Galaxy A70 camera scheme has good imaging quality, coupled with Samsung’s own robust optimization algorithm, A70 can give us a good camera. As it turns out, Samsung A70’s imaging effect is really good, so my album also has a lot of beautiful photos. However, today I encountered a thing that made me collapse. I accidentally deleted all the photos in the album. What should I do? Can the deleted photos be restored?

Don’t worry, the lost photos can still be restored, as long as you use a software named Samsung Data Recovery. Samsung Data Recovery has an efficient data recovery function, which can restore lost or deleted data intact to your mobile phone. In addition to photos, it can also restore contacts, call history, audio, videos, text messages, WhatsApp messages and other data. In addition to Samsung Galaxy A70, almost all Samsung models can use the software, while other Android brands such as Huawei, ZTE, LG, Sony, Xiaomi, OPPO, vivo, Google, Nokia can also use it to achieve data recovery. More importantly, its recovery steps are simple and clear, and the whole process only needs a few clicks.


Directly Restore Lost Photos Pictures from Samsung Galaxy A70 without Backup

Step 1. Firstly, download Samsung Data Recovery for free and install the program on your computer. The program will start automatically after successful installation. Select “Android Data Recovery” from the interface.

Step 2. Connect Samsung Galaxy A70 to a computer using a USB cable. The program will automatically detect your phone. If you haven’t opened USB debugging yet, a window will pop up on the interface. You need to follow the content of the window to open USB debugging. After opening, click “OK” and connect to your phone again.

Step 3. The program displays all file types that can be scanned and restored. If you only need to restore photos, check “Gallery” and “Photo Library” and then click “Next”.

Step 4. Before the official scan, the program will again gain the privileges of your phone to scan successfully.

Your phone will automatically pop up a window, please click “Allow”. If your phone doesn’t respond, please reconnect your phone and try again.

Step 5. Finally, when the scan is complete, you can preview all the scan results. Please select the photos that need to be restored, and then click “Recover” to save them back to your computer.

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