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Unhappy [Q] How to recovery deleted photo from internal storage

I have accidentally deleted my photo which has not been backup into SD card yet.
So could you please help me how to recovery it? It's a very important for my memory.
 
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I have accidentally deleted my photo which has not been backup into SD card yet.
So could you please help me how to recovery it? It's a very important for my memory.
Use any data recovery tool for windows and then recover files from the SD card using it..
 
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I have accidentally deleted my photo which has not been backup into SD card yet.
So could you please help me how to recovery it? It's a very important for my memory.
use an app called diskdigger !! its work for me but you must scan the whole sd card!
but its really work!! i promise!! [NEED ROOT]

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if the photo was on the internal storage
then i am sorry bro, it cannot be recovered

same thing happen to me at the start of the year
lost some very valuable memory...
tried everything my self, all the data recovery software avaliable
i even send the phone to 3 different specialist data recovery place
none of them was able to even extra an image file of the phone to work with...
(because Sony use a different file system ect then other android device, which, atm, has no interface for)

ever since then i got into the habit of backing up photos everyday onto a sky drive of some sort
so yah...
i am sorry

PS: data recovery place in your country might have better resource / system then mine (australia)
so if you want, give them a try...
i really hope you are more lucky then me bro
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if it's external sd card, CardRecovery is best software. but it is paid software
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DISKDIGGER FROM PLAY STORE!!!
SELECT THE PLACE AND FILES TYPE AND BOO!!! They back!

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