Is there any chance to recover deleted photos from Android tablet? I only wanted to delete one but accidentally chose all to delete!

– Emma

Generally speaking, we all have been in a situation in which we accidentally deleted a photo while going through our photo albums. Or sometimes we may even decide to intentionally delete a photo.

After deleting the photo, however, we suddenly change our minds and immediately regret our decision. Although these situations can be frustrating, there are ways to prepare for such situations.

Plus there are also ways to recover those deleted photos as well, which is basically what this article will be all about.

In this article, we will take a look at how to recover deleted photos and how we can take preventive measures to avoid such situations.

What Happens to Deleted Photos on Android Tablet?

To figure out how to recover those deleted photos we must first take a look at where those photos go when we delete them.

Android tablets have built-in systems that are made to retain deleted photos. This means that deleted photos are actually still in the device and not permanently removed yet.

Instead, they are moved to your tablet's trash bins, which is something that not many people are aware of. However, it is important to note that deleted photos would not remain in the trash bin forever.

The period the deleted photos would remain in the trash bin depends on your tablet's available storage, but generally speaking, it would remain for 60 days.

Recover Deleted Photos from Android Tablet with D-Back Android

Though there are still chances to recover your deleted photos from Android tablet, it is faily hard to do that without a recovery tool. Yes, you can restore photos with the help of some free apps or directly get photos back to your tablet, but there are various limitations. Then how can you retrieve your photos from Android tablet without affecting the current data on your device? At this time, D-Back Android may be a perfect choice. D-Back Android is a professional tool that is specially made to recover android data/photos.

d back android

1,000,000+ Downloads

Key Features:

  • Provides the choices of complete recovery and selective recovery.
  • Capable of restoring lost or deleted photos, also supports to recover other kinds of data types, such as videos, messages, contacts, etc.
  • Ability to extract photos from a broken Android device (i.e. phone crash, device fall in the water).
  • Recover your photos with simple steps, very user-friendly.
  • Supports to recover photos with or without backup.
  • High success recovery rate, 100% safe to use.

Windows version

Well, the application is easy and simple to use:

Step 1 Launching the installed application in your computer then select the recovery option that you are trying to accomplish.

android data recovery

Step 2 Confirm your device information so that the software can download the data recovery package specific to your device.

device information

download data package

Step 3 Use your USB cable and connect your phone to your computer.

downloading mode

Step 4 Choose file types from the next screen, and click "Next". 

select to scan

Step 5 Once D-Back is done scanning your system, all you need to do is selecting the files you want to retrieve.

select to scan

Back-Up Your Photos with These Tools

While deleted photos are still recovery on Android tablet, it's better to backup your photos regularly so that you don't need to go through all the hassle mentioned above just to recover your deleted data or photos directly with a backup.

Here are some useful tools that you may want to look into when backing up your photos:

1.Dropbox

Dropbox is a useful backup app with 2GB free storage. It is basically a cloud storage service that allows you to automatically backup your photos and other media files.

2.Resilio Sync

Resilio Sync allows you to sync individual files or folders from your tablet to your computer (PC/MAC). This allows you to create a backup of your photos from your tablet to your computer or the other way around.

3.Google Photos

Google photos allow you to sync the photos from your tablet to your google drive with free 15GB drive space. Basically automatically creating a backup for your photos and saving them in google drive (google cloud storage).

Conclusion

Losing photos can be annoying and even cause issues in your professional and personal lives. Being able to quickly and easily recover the lost/deleted photos is essential as we rely more and more on our mobile devices. There are too many data recovery tools out there on the market, choosing a reliable one is difficult sometimes, but as iMyFone is trusted by worldwide users, its newly-launched product D-Back Android can be a good choice to recover deleted photos from android tablet.

Windows version