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DiskDigger, recovers deleted images from your Android

DiskDigger, recovers deleted images from your Android

I think most of us know that horrible feeling that runs through the body when we realized that we accidentally deleted an important file on the hard disk of your computer or memory of your mobile phone, tablet, etc … When this happens some run Google to seek help, others simply give their information on loss and limited only to lament. But, incredibly, there is a high percentage chance of recovering data that has been deleted.

Some time ago I mentioned on a couple of methods to recover deleted information from hard drive of a computer, even if they had been formatted. Today I want to talk about a useful tool to recover deleted images from memory of our devices.

The application in question has the name, DiskDigger , and can be downloaded for free from Google Play. Its operation is-ridiculously-simple and most important of all is that, unlike other applications available on the market, it really works. Course, requires that the device has been rooteado.

After installing DiskDigger, we give root permissions for it to work properly. Running the application will see a list of the directories on the device, which will be scanned by the search tool deleted images. To select a directory to scan, just press on the name and then tap the “Scan device”.

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Once the process is started, the application switches to a screen where you see the percentage of the board that has been explored and a list of found images. Tapping on an item in the list on the right side will see a preview of the corresponding image. Names may not make much sense, so we must be patient and manually select one by one, until you find the photos you want to retrieve.

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To start the recovery process should only check the checkbox corresponding to each of the images that interest us. Finally, we can restore them to a location within the device memory or sent directly by email.

Although simple, the overall process is usually quite slow. Your time will depend on the size of the directory we have decided to review, so I would recommend having the battery fully charged device or, better yet, keep the device connected to a power source. For a complete list of the functions and features of DiskDigger, you can consult the manual directly from your website.

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