How Photos Are Lost…
There are many ways photos can be lost on an Android or iOS smart phone. One is user error, someone accidentally or maliciously pressed the delete button. However, the most common cause of pictures disappearing from Android or iOS smart phones is an unrecognized microSD card.
Sometimes the card can be recognized by the computer and smart phone, but the photos are gone. This type of issue tends to have a higher recovery success rate.
The cards that are inserted into a computer or smart phone that can’t be read or is unrecognized… This happens from circuit damage to the microSD card. This type of malfunction removes the ability to identify itself as an SD card to computers and smart phones. Unrecognized microSD cards do have hope. Recovering the lost pictures this way is quite difficult. It’s best to contact a professional data recovery service and provide addition information for them to access the best solution for your data recovery.
Recovering Deleted Photos from Your Smart Phone is our Specialty.
If you pressed the delete button and your favorite photo are lost. Fear not – getting them back is easy in most cases. Both regular and microSD cards do not actually delete your information when you press delete. They just mark the space the photos occupied as being free. Now, any new information can be re-written over it. Do not take any more pictures or install new apps. Bring your smart phone to a data recovery expert quickly. All of your deleted photos will still be in memory and can quickly be recovered.
Smart Phone Data Recovery specializes in recovering deleted photos from Android or iOS smart phones for over a decade now. Smart Phone Data Recovery works with thousands of clients successfully recovering their important photos. We have over a 90% success rate, however if for any reason we are unable to recover your photos, you don’t pay anything. That is our guarantee, No Data, No Pay!
For more information, visit our website or call toll-free 1-877-598-2474 to speak with a data recovery specialist.