My previous phone was Samsung Note 5. This phone has been used for over two years, and many photos and videos are stored in phone. Since I bought a new phone now, I've backed up all my photos and videos from Samsung Note 5 to computer. After the backup, I deleted the photos and video from my phone. Unfortunately, my computer suddenly got virus. All the data in the computer has been deleted, including backup photos and videos. The owner of the repair shop told me that the data in the computer could not be recovered. I'm so sad. I hope the photos and videos in the Samsung Note 5 will be restored, but is that possible?
In fact, to restore photos videos from Samsung Note 5 is a thing that can be achieved, as long as you use Dr.fone toolkit - Android Data Recovery.
Dr.fone toolkit - Android Data Recovery is a useful data processing assistant. Its usefulness is manifested in many ways. On the one hand, people can use it to recover all kinds of data, such as contacts, text messages, music, photos, videos, call history, audio, WhatsApp and so on. On the other hand, it applies to a number of Android devices, including Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, LG, OPPO, vivo, SONY, etc., and it is compatible with more than 6000 Android devices. In addition, the software's steps are simple, and people do not need to learn different skills to master it. More importantly, its security is trustworthy. It's 100% risk free, and the data in the phone will not be damaged.
One Click to Recover Deleted Photos Videos from Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Step 1. Run the software and connect your phone to your computer
To begin with, download the dr.fone toolkit for Android on your computer, then install and run it. As you can see, one toolkits in the program is "Data Recovery", click on it.
Next, connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to the computer using a USB line. To make the program manage your phone, you need to open USB debugging on your phone.
If your Android os version is 4.2.2 or above, there will be a pop up message on your Android phone, tap on OK to allow USB debugging.
Step 2. Select the file type you want to restore
If your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is detected by the program, it will move to a new interface. You need to select the type of file you want to restore. Please tick photos and videos. Then click "Next".
Step 3. Scan your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to find lost data
In the new window, you need to select a scan mode for your Samsung Galaxy Note 5. You can choose "Standard mode" or "Advanced mode" according to your needs. If you don't know which mode to choose, I recommend standard mode because it works faster. When you select a mode, click "Start".
Note: There might be a Superuser authorization appearing on your device during the scan. If you get it, click "Allow" to continue. If not, just skip this step.
Step 4. Preview and restore the deleted data selectively
When the program scans your Samsung Galaxy Note 5, all the data is displayed in the window, so you can preview them one by one. Find and tick the photos and the videos you need to restore, and then click "Recover".