All users of Android or iPhone mobile devices have at least once encountered unsuccessful photo deletion. This is a common situation, but fortunately, this problem can be easily solved.

There are times when a person deletes photos thinking that they take up too much space on the mobile phone. However, after a while he wants them back. How to do this was reported on the Sante Plusmag website.
How to recover photos on Android

Some files may be accidentally deleted from the mobile phone. Whether it’s an image, video, document or contact.

If you have an Android mobile phone, the most convenient tool to recover deleted photos is Google Photos. Usually these applications are pre-installed on the phone. When you create an account for one of your apps, your smartphone will sync all your phone data (photos and videos) while keeping them safe.

If a person accidentally deleted a photo, then you can restore it from the trash, a folder where you can find all deleted images and videos. The capacity of the folder is quite large and can support up to 1.5 GB of memory with media files.

The most important thing to know is that these files will only be available for 60 days after they are deleted. After the time has elapsed, a person will never be able to restore them, since the program will automatically destroy them.
Bringing photos back to Apple

Apple mobile device users can also easily recover deleted media files.

To restore them, you need to access the Photos app installed on your device. Next, select the “Albums” option located at the bottom of the phone screen. There you need to find a folder called “Recently Deleted”, which contains the most recently deleted images.

After selecting the images you want to restore, select the “Restore” option. Unlike Google Photos, photos on iPhone are only retained for 30 days after they are deleted.

However, even if the 30 days are up, iPhone users can recover deleted files. The backup feature can help, but you need to keep your photos and other data in iCloud. You can then reset your smartphone to its original factory settings and choose a backup version containing the photos you want.

If you haven’t completed any of these steps, chances are your photos will never be recovered.

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