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Recover Deleted Pictures/Media Files from BlackBerry Phone

Postby JerryEdison001 » Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:03 pm

Photos lost from BlackBerry due to:

* Accidentally delete all the photos instead of some not so nice ones, and can’t find them any more in BlackBerry phone.

* When you connect your BlackBerry to the computer, mistakenly deleted your important photos, even emptied them from the Recycle Bin or Trash.

* The BlackBerry memory card/stick gets corrupted, and photos become inaccessible.

* During the photo transfer from your BlackBerry to the PC, some of the photos are not delivered and those photos can’t be found either in BlackBerry phone or the computer.

Besides the reasons metioned above, there are more other unpredictable cases that may bring you photo loss from BlackBerry cell phones. When this happens, you may wonder if there is any chance to recover deleted photos from BlackBerry, or any BlackBerry photo recovery that can be helpful?

How to recover deleted photos from BlackBerry cell phone

The most effective and efficient way to recover lost photos from BlackBerry cell phone is using third party photo recovery software: Photo Recovery for BlackBerry from UFUSoft (compatible with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP), or BlackBerry Photo Recovery for Mac (compatible with Mac OS X 10.8(Mountain Lion), 10.7, 10.6, or 10.5). It’s an easy-to-use and powerful recovery program which can recover deleted photos, videos and audio files completely from BlackBerry cell phones, as well as from computer hard drive, external storage devices such as memory card, digital cameras, USB drive, and iPod, etc.

Get the right version to download and install it on your computer.

3-steps to recover deleted photos from BlackBerry

Step1. Connect your BlackBerry memory card to your PC and run the program on your computer. Select your card and begin to scan.

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Step2. Preview the photos listed in the scanning results to check whether your precious pictures have been found.

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Step3. Choose the photos you want and hit on “Recover” to get them all back (you also can check those videos and audio files if you also want to retrieve them).

Tips: In order to increase the chances to recover deleted photos from BlackBerry phone memory card, it is strongly recommended not to save more files when you notice your photos are deleted.

Chances to recover deleted photos from BlackBerry

As a matter of fact, the memory card or stick in BlackBerry is just like an external hard drive. When photos stored on it accidentally got deleted, they wan’t go to the Recycle Bin or Trash. But that doesn’t mean that those photos are deleted forever. No matter the photos are deleted from BlackBerry phone card or computer Recycle Bin or Trash, all the photos can be recovered provided that they are not fully covered or occupied. The deleted photos are still intact out there in BlackBerry cell phone card or computer hard disk if transferred. The system only marks those photos as deleted but the real data are safe just inaccessible. As a result, once you find your photos are deleted from BlackBerry phone memory card, stop putting more files to the card ASAP.

Tips:

If you also want to recover documents more than videos, photos and audio files, such as Office documents, PDF files, Archives, Emails, etc. from computer or other devices, you can choose the higher version of it: UFUSoft Data Recovery or UFUSoft Data Recovery for Mac, which does more than the Photo Recovery.

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