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Clock [Q] recovery

I lost my photos automatically, from both the device and my google account, a mont ago i did a reset to my nexus 5 device and i made sure that it was backed up in my google account, and yester i found out my initial photos went missing..
I request u all to help me find the photos
 
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What did you do that resulted in you losing your images? And the title doesn't match your description. Kindly asking if you could update your post and add in extra info?

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please help me to get my photos back from my nexus 5 device.. its important!!
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What happened to them? Did you ever back them up? With what? We need more info before we can do anything to help you.
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please help me to get my photos back from my nexus 5 device.. its important!!
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Get your phone rooted and install an app named disk digger.

Hope this will recover your images

And add some more descriptive title buddy

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BRo, i reset my fone month ago. keeping in mind all my photos were auto backed up.. but when i checked it day before its was no more.. as far as i remember the pics were there after backup.
is rooting safe for device ? ill i loose my warranty??
 
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BRo, i reset my fone month ago. keeping in mind all my photos were auto backed up.. but when i checked it day before its was no more.. as far as i remember the pics were there after backup.
 
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BRo, i reset my fone month ago. keeping in mind all my photos were auto backed up.. but when i checked it day before its was no more.. as far as i remember the pics were there after backup.
Did you backup the images to drive or something?

Are you using the Photos app in nexus 5?Are you logged-in in it? Try refreshing it?

Give more info about what was automatically backin up your photos

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BRo, i reset my fone month ago. keeping in mind all my photos were auto backed up.. but when i checked it day before its was no more.. as far as i remember the pics were there after backup.
It is safe to root but precisely and accordingly to the root sources, it may bricked your device. Yes, after rooting the warranty is over. On the other way, you can check in your google+ account autobackup if your photos were there. If you were turn on the autobackup option photos must or should be there perhaps.

Just tell me about that.

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