How to recover deleted photos, videos from Samsung Galaxy Note or Note 2
The Galaxy Note or Note 2 often be called “phablet”, because it is a smartphone but with a large screen up to 5.3-inch (Galaxy Note 2 with 5.5 inch screen). You can view high definition pictures or videos with the large screen device. However, some users will mistakenly deleted photos or videos from their Galaxy Note’s internal memory or memory card. Can we recover these lost files from Galaxy Note (Note 2)?
Of course, we can. That’s because when you delete the photos from Samsung Galaxy Note, only the space that the file occupies is marked as “available” for using by new files. So if don’t use the Galaxy Note to shoot videos or photos, we have a good chance to get back lost files with a photo recovery software.
Learn the guide to restore Galaxy Note or Note 2 deleted picture or videos
Download free trial version Galaxy Note Photo Recovery or Galaxy Note Photo Recovery for Mac which are designed for you to recover, retrieve all deleted, formatted, lost or corrupted photos, videos, music from Samsung Galaxy Note or other camera, camcorder, phone and removable devices. Also Support Galaxy Note 8 or Galaxy Note 10 Tablets.
Note: Using the trial version Photo Recovery, you can scan and preview the recoverable files and check the quality. If you find the needed photos or videos, purchase the full version to restore them to your computer.
Step 1: Connect Galaxy Note to Computer
Firstly, you should connect your Galaxy Note or Note 2 to PC or Mac as USB Mass storage mode or connect the memory card to computer with a card reader. When the computer recognize the camera, then launch the recovery software.
Step 2: Scan Galaxy Note drive
Then choose the removable media drive and click “Start Scan” to find the lost files. It may take a while if media library is large.
Step 3: Recover lost photos from Galaxy Note or Note 2
After scanning, all recoverable files will be list for previewing, Choose needed files and hit “Recover” to retrieve them to your computer. Just make sure you didn’t store the recoverable files to the original disk in case they are overwritten permanently.
Compare Galaxy Note with Galaxy Note 2
Operating system: Android OS 2.3 vs Android OS 4.1
Display: 5.29-inch HD WXGA (800×1,280) vs 5.55-inch HD 720p (720×1,280)
CPU: 1.4 GHz dual-core vs 1.6 GHz quad-core
RAM: 1GB vs 2GB
Storage: 16 or 32 expandable memory vs 16 or 32 or 64 GB expandable memory
Battery: 2500 mAh vs 3100 mAh