During the use of Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, have you tried deleted your photos accidentally? This will definitely make you very troubled. Well, I will recommend you a software can help you recover photos from Samsung Galaxy C9/C9 Pro without any lost.
Android Data Recovery is a multi-function software and it is designed for Android users especially. It can recover almost all data in your Android phone such as photos, videos, contacts, messaging, call logs, and more. Not only recover data on your phone, but also data extraction, data backup & restore and other functions can be implemented in this software. It matches almost all Android phones on the market, such as SONY, Google, LG, Samsung, HUAWEI, OPPO, and so on. Of course, including the latest Samsung Galaxy C9/C9 Pro.
Directly Restore Deleted Photos Pictures from Samsung Galaxy C9/C9 Pro
Step 1. Download and run Android Data Recovery
First of all, you have to download and install Android Data Recovery on your PC in advance. Then running it.
Step 2. Connect your Samsung Galaxy C9/C9 Pro to computer
Choose "Android Data Recovery" in the primary interface, at the same time, use a USB line to connect your Samsung Galaxy C9 and PC, the program can automatically detect your Galaxy C9/C9 Pro.
If your phone can not being detected, please ensure that you've enable the USB debug mode on your phone. If you don't know how to do it, please follow the instructions below. It will detect your Android version and teach you how to open the USB debugging mode on your phone.
Step 3. Select the data types you want to scan
After the connection is successful, you can see all the data types that can be restored. For example, contacts, messages, call records, application information, and so on. Choose the type that you want to restore according to your actual needs.
If you just want to recover photos, please select "Gallery". Then click "Next" button to scan the selected Android data.
Step 4. Priview and recover lost photos
After the scan is completed, all types of file types are displayed in the list on the left. The right is the detailed information for each of the corresponding items. You can review them carefully, and then click "Recover" to restore them.