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When using "Sound & shot" mode with the Samsung Galaxy S4 camera, the audio is stored as a WAV file that is embedded into a metadata tag within the JPEG. Here is how to extract the audio using ExifTool on a computer (not android). ExifTool can run on Unix platforms, Macintosh OS X, and Windows. If you are running linux, it might be available through your ...


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You can connect your device to PC/Laptop whatever you have and use one of the data recovery tool like recuva*, easeus, etc. So, download easeus on your PC and connect your phone then select your device to scan for picture or videos or whatever you like. Good thing is that you don't need the rooted device to do that. *Recuva cannot act on an Android device's ...


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If you already have a SD card then you can quickly root your device (https://kingroot.net/) and apply a setting which sees your SD card as internal memory rather than external memory which allows you to put all applications onto it(This setting is included in the root). But you need to be careful as this will burn up the SD card over time so just try to keep ...


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You can use clean master to free up your space. In particular, to delete your thumbnails, follow these steps: Install clean master on your phone. Open it and click on "start". Tap "advanced" on the right top. Wait for the app section to load, then tap "gallery". Tap "Gallery thumbnails". Select all items by checking the box on the top right. Tap "clean". ...


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You can try using an app like Es File Explorer It has a SD Card Analyze tool, which will help you analyze the total space used and give you options to clear some space by deleting unused files, temp file etc. For the issue with thumbnails, take a backup of all your photos on Google Photos.. then delete all the thumbnails.. deleting thumbnails will not ...


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Yes, any ordinary deleted data can be restored, BUT... ... many programs delete data like this: They tell the hard drive (flasdrive, etc.) that the deleted area can be overwritten. Aslong you dont fill your diskspace, you can recover the deleted files full or partial. What you can do against: Simply use your smartphone, data will be added, deleted, ...


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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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It's best to forget about it since the storage for the uncompressed items isn't coming out of the 15 GB Google Drive limit anyway; although the unlikely wish of downloading the items would mean downloading uncompressed items - a very small price to pay for a free service.



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