Attempting the restoration in safe mode made no difference.
Pretty bummed out.
I've been twisting the ear of someone over at VSCO cam. No idea if it will make a difference in future versions of the application but IMO they should inform you when you START using their app that you MUST manually save all the photos you want to keep...or, the logical thing that every other camera on the planet does, JUST SAVE THE DAMN PHOTOS!
VSCO stores pictures in some cache folder of their own. If you uninstall the app or have to factory reset a phone and you haven't selected and saved all your photos inside the app, you lose everything. They don't own MY pictures. I think that kind of blurs some...ethical? ...lines. Storing them in a folder that basically "belongs" to them? not cool VSCO. Not cool at all.
I'm pissed about this whole situation.
Sometimes I just want to tell all technology to bite my shiny metal ass...
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Originally Posted by kalo0osh97
- If you have a mobile device you need to backup your messages and call logs separately.
- Needs a Windows PC .
add to this list that the restoration might not work, even if the backup seems to have worked properly...
I won't ever use this backup method again. It's way too time consuming and you can't depend on it.