You can recover any deleted files from your phone memory if it has been moved to Trash. The deleted files will remain there for at least a week or month on your Android phone. Access the Trash folder inside the Gallery app and restore your files. In case you have recently deleted the files using Google Drive, open the Trash folder in Google Drive. Select the deleted files (if applicable) and then tap the Restore button to recover them. If you cannot recover your deleted files using the above methods, keep reading the instructions below to recover deleted files from phone memory using standard data recovery software.
To begin with, install a standard data recovery software for Android such as EaseUS MobiSaver, Dr.Fone toolkit, FonePaw, Disk Drill, and Tenroshare UltData on your computer.
On your Android phone, navigate to Settings and scroll down the page.
Tap the About Phone button and locate the Build Number option. Tap on it seven times repeatedly to unlock the Developer Options.
Return to the Settings window and tap the Developer Options tab.
Under the Debugging section, turn on the USB Debugging slider.
Next, launch the data recovery software on your computer to recover the deleted files from your phone memory.
Connect your Android phone and computer via a USB cable.
Wait for the data recovery software to detect your phone.
If you are using Dr. Fone Data Recovery (Android), choose the Data Recovery module to start recovering your deleted files.
Make sure to choose your phone memory for scanning.
Click the Scan button and wait until the scan is completed.
Locate the deleted files from the displayed list and select them to restore.
Finally, click the Recover button and browse a location to save the files.
Once the files are recovered, close the data recovery software and navigate to the location where you have saved the recovered files.
Move the recovered files to your phone memory and check if they are present on your Android phone.
You have now seen how to recover deleted files from phone memory.