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Default How recover deletes videos?

How I can recover my deletes videos in the nexus 5? I see some software but none work with this phone
 
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I don't see how do it in that link
 
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Then you haven't read it properly
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All this PC software, example: Piriform recuva only works on a computer drive. In windows, imagine this is anything with a Drive Letter. C: drive etc. The only way to get a drive letter on your /sdcard is to use USB Mass Storage mode, which as previously discussed - is not possible on your Nexus 5.


With this I understand that I can't use any software for recover my deleted videos.
 
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This guide? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1994705
It's very difficult for me
 
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Yeah it is and not guaranteed to work either.

In which case, they are gone. Have a look at my tips for prevention in the future

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