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How to recover deleted video from Samsung Galaxy phone or tablet?

July 21, 2017 10:46 AM/Posted By Chann Ethan to Android Phone Data Recovery

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  • How to recover a deleted video from my Samsung Galaxy phone or tablet?
    1. Is there a way i can recover a video i deleted on my samsung Galaxy S3? I deleted it by accident and i really need it back - Camposva

    2. Im trying to recover a video i deleted by mistake on my samsung galaxy s2? Not sure how to do it, im not very computer literate - Mike.bardi

    3. Could anyone tell me how to recover a deleted video from a samsung galaxy tab? I deleted a video file from the Galaxy Tab and would like to get it back - Gareth

    4. How do I recover deleted pics and video from my samsung galaxy phone? Somehow I deleted without knowing...all of my current mobile pics or videos that I took from my cell phone...there were approximatley 390, now they are gone...is there a way to get them back? - Fivewings

    When you deleted the video on your Samsung Galaxy or tablet, don’t use the Galaxy phone or tablet to take new photos, videos or transfer any new document to it, or else the deleted video will go forever.

    It’s not hard to recover deleted video on Samsung Galaxy, just need a Samsung Galaxy Video Recovery, if you don’t know a good one, here we recommend: Android Data Recovery. This software not only enables you to recover deleted video from Samsung Galaxy, including other Android devices, like Motolora, LG, HTC, Sony, Huawei and much more, but also can recover deleted contacts, video, and messages from your Samsung Galaxy.

    4 Steps to recover deleted video from Samsung Galaxy
    Before to recover deleted video from Samsung Galaxy, download the free trial version of the Samsung Galaxy Video Recovery below:


    Step 1. Download & Install the FoneLab
    After install the FoneLab for Android, then run it on your computer, you'll see its main window below.
    Samsung Galaxy Video Recovery – main screenshot
    Go to the left "Android Data Recover", and then connect your Samsung Galaxy to PC.

    Step 2. Enable USB debugging
    If you have not enabled USB Debugging on your Samsung phone, it will through software window & phone remind you to enable it, so the program can connect your phone. There is article for: How to enable USB Debugging mode on Android, you can go to view.
    Samsung Galaxy Video recovery – USB debugging

    Step 3. Select the type of files and scan mode
    In the latest version, Android Data Recovery empowers you to seletively choose which type of files you want to recover. You can choose "Contacts", "Messaging", "Gallery" or "Videos" etc.
    Galaxy Video Recovery – choose scanned files

    Step 4: Root the Samsung Galaxy to get permission for deeply scanning deleted files (important!)
    At this point, you'd better to root your Samsung Galaxy to get full access to the data on the device. Click the "Advanced Root" button and follow the step to root your phone, Generally, KingoRoot/Pingpongroot/Towelroot as the recommendation by default. Download it and install on the computer or Samsung Galaxy and let it root your phone. This should finish in a fast manner.

    Go to our post on "How to safely root and remove root on Android phone" for details.

    root android phone
    Once rooted successfully, the Android Data Recovery will start deeply scanning your device. It will take about 15-20 minutes.

    Step 5. Preview and recover deleted video from Samsung Galaxy
    When the scan compeleted, Select the "Videos" tab, Then you can certainly preview and check out the lost video one by one. Select them that you wish to retrieve, and then click on the recover tab. You deleted files will be back where you want them to be.
    Galaxy Video Recovery – recover results


    Support Samsung Models: Galaxy S10, S10e, S10 Plus, S9, S9 Plus, Note 9, S8, S7, S7 edge, Galaxy active, S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, S6 active, S5, S5 active, S5 Mini, S5 Sport, S4, S4 mini, S4 active, Galaxy SIII, SII, Galaxy J3, Galaxy J7, Galaxy Note5, Note4, Note3, Note II, Note edge, Tab S2, Tab E, Tab S, J1 Ace, C7, C5, J5, J7, A9, A7, A5, On7, Active Neo, On5, A8, S5 Neo, Trend 2 Lite, alaxy Alpha, Grand Prime, etc.

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