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Connect your device to a computer and find the folder that stores the photo. Then select all with CRTL + A, right-click and select Delete option from pop up menu
Root is not needed necessarily, only custom recovery with adb enabled. I'm on my phone now so this will be short. What you need is to dump the partition image to a computer and then run photorec (or other tool) on that image. This can be achieved via adb with root access that can be gained without actually rooting the phone (but you may need to unlock the ...
The only way to recover your photos is that you will need to root your phone. There is really no other way to restore the data you already deleted. First you will need to root your device and then you can recover your files. Rooting your device will void your warranty. Next time before you accidentally delete your photos, use an online backup tool like ...
This is all possible, but if you are open to a replacement dialer app, I recommend Contacts+, it can assign pictures independently of numbers to contacts, and these pictures do show up on incoming calls and texts.
Right, so I think I've roughly worked out the process, please feel free to comment, or correct if you find this is inaccurate: It appears that deleting from google photos (at least on my Galaxy S5, and Tab 3) does not delete the original. My photos are held on the external SD card on both devices. Not sure whether this matters. Having deleted the photos on ...
I have seen no indication anywhere, from every setting within the site or app to deep searches, that indicates any such feature exists. The last mention of it I see dates back to Picasa. It seems the feature died there. I personally have entirely separate Google accounts for different needs, and I keep my photos in those locations that don't belong in my ...
There is another way to obtain the audio that works perfectly on my Samsung Galaxy S4. Brief Version Tell the phone to convert the Sound and Shot files into .mp4 video files, then copy them off using a USB cable. (optional) Detailed Version On your phone, go into Gallery and long press on an album to select it. A green tick mark will appear on the top ...
I just found the solution to this, all you need to do is: connect to a USA server via VPN, clear the data and cash of the google photos app. open the app again and activate the "Group similar faces" in the settings. check back the search menu after a couple of minutes, and the faces are there. google already did the recognition for you, but kept it for ...
After the photos have been backed up, in the Google Photos app you can delete the photos by selecting the photos you want to delete and then pressing the three dots in the top right corner and selecting "Delete device copy". This will delete the copy on the phone, but leave the copy stored online safe.
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