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No. It won't delete any photos saved on your phone. It will delete photos backed up to your Google Photos account though. So make sure you move any photos on your Google account to your phone if you want to keep them.


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No, it won't delete your pics. But, if there are some synced photos of some folder from your Google photos app, those will vanish only from your phone not from cloud storage.


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This link about deleting google account gives you the required information. As far as I understand, it would not delete the apps and screenshots from your phone.


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This happened to me as well. I am guessing that one of the pictures was corrupt and that causes everything to be corrupt. The way I fixed it was I connected my phone to my computer "as a media device" and copied all of the pictures (in Internal Storage/DCIM/Camera) to my computer to back them up. A few failed to copy (I'm guessing that these are the ones ...


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For this and all my editing needs on my phone, I use PicsArt.


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Alright, I managed to get all the files of the device! Here's how to do it in this particular case: Like suggested by someone else in the comments, I flashed TWRP to my Galaxy S6 using ODIN. After flashing TWRP, I turned the Galaxy S6 off and I booted to recovery by holding the Volume Up + Home button + Power button simultaneously. I installed Google's ...


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If it's actually safely built, then no. If the device isn't running the latest software, it's possible that you could use a security exploit to delete the lockscreen settings database, but otherwise you're SOL, I'm afraid. If you backed the photos up via Google Photos, they might still be there. Also check any other cloud storage or backup services you may ...


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The answer cannot be absolutely foolproof, but, since you mentioned media files downloaded from WhatsApp as your example, I'll tailor my answer against that specific issue. Now, there does exist a file whose behaviour is to act as a flag. Whenever said file is put into a folder containing media files, such media won't be indexed by a gallery-type of app. ...


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This issue has been driving me insane. It's happened previously on Samsung Galaxy S4 and again on my S6 edge. Issue: Images missing from Gallery app or Music missing from music player app. Having tried everything from using ES explorer to move files to wiping the cache partition, there's a simple solution: Plug your device into a PC. Identify the ...


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Those files have been moved to another location: check folder libsparse/ in the following repo https://android.googlesource.com/platform/system/core/ I have checked it with 6.0.1 image, and it works.



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