How to Recover Deleted/Lost Photos from Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

September 16, 2020
Summary: I took a lot of beautiful photos with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2, but accidentally deleted them? Do you want to use the most efficient method to retrieve these lost photos? Reading this article, you can harvest two efficient methods to complete data recovery!
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is a very good smartphone. Its highlight is not only its foldable screen, but also its lens configuration. The outer screen of Galaxy Z Fold 2 uses a hole-digging screen made of AMOLED, with a screen ratio of 25:9. It can support 60Hz refresh rate and HDR10+. After unfolding, the Galaxy Z Fold2 transforms into a 7.6-inch tablet. It can support 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+. Its front camera is arranged in the top center. The front camera is a dual 10-megapixel camera with F2.2 aperture. The rear camera is a three-shot combination of 12 million pixels F1.8 aperture OIS main camera + 64 million pixels F2.4 aperture telephoto lens + 12 million pixels F2.2 aperture ultra wide-angle lens.
When users get the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 with good performance, they will definitely use it to take many beautiful and meaningful photos. If nothing happens, these photos will always be saved in Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. However, during the user's use of Samsung, data in the device may be lost due to some reasons. These data may contain this meaningful Photos. In order to facilitate users to retrieve photos in the easiest way after losing Photos, this article introduces two methods for users to recover lost or deleted Photos in Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Samsung Data Recovery is a data recovery software that is loved by users. It has attracted many users with its efficient recovery ability and simple operation. With its help, users can retrieve lost or deleted data in the device in the simplest way. Whether it is due to a virus attack, a broken screen or accidental deletion of data, Samsung Data Recovery can easily restore it to your device. More importantly, this software pays great attention to protecting users' privacy. So using this software to complete data recovery, users don't have to worry about their data being leaked.


Part 1: Directly recover lost or deleted Photos in Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

Step 1: Choose a recovery mode
After downloading and installing Samsung Data Recovery on your computer, run it. Then select the "Android Data Recovery" mode on its homepage.

Step 2: Connect the device to the computer
Connect Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 to the computer with a USB cable.

Tips: In order to better help users recover lost data in Samsung, please follow the instructions of Samsung Data Recovery to complete USB debugging.
Step 3: Select the required file type to scan
On the software page, all file types that can be restored to Galaxy Z Fold 2 will be displayed. If users only want to recover lost or deleted Photos, they only need to choose "Gallery" and "Picture Library". After selecting, click "Next" to scan.
Step 4: Preview and recover data
The specific items of data in the selected file type will be displayed on the page of the software. Select the data that needs to be restored to Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 on the page, and then click "Recover" to restore the lost data to Samsung.


Part  2: Recover lost or deleted Photos in Galaxy Z Fold 2 through backup

Step 1: After running Samsung Data Recovery on the computer, select the "Android Data Backup&Restore" mode on the software's page.

Step 2: Use a USB cable to connect Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 to the PC.

Step 3: Select the appropriate backup file in the backup list on the left side of the page. Then click "Start" to preview all recoverable data in the backup. After previewing, select the desired Photos on the page, and then click "Restore to Device" to restore the lost Messages to Samsung.

Part 3 Restore Photos from Samsung Kies Backup to Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

This method is used if you have backed up your Data with Samsung Kies before the Photos are lost. By the way, regularly backing up data is a good habit!
Step 1: Launch Samsung Kies on the computer, and then connect your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 to the computer with a USB cable.
Step 2: Choose "Back up/Restore" from the menu at the top of the page, and then click "Restore" in the lower right corner to proceed to the next step.
Step 3: Select the data you have backed up in Samsung Kies from the page, and then click "Next" in the lower right corner of the page.
Step 4: Select the data type you need to sync from Samsung Kies to Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2. After selecting, click "Next" to restore the contacts to your device.

Part 4 Restore Photos from Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 with Best Data Recovery

Data Recovery is the all-in-one data recovery program that can directly restore deleted and lost files like photos, pictures and more on computer, smartphone, tablet, hard drive, flash drive, memory card, digital camera, etc..
Step 1. Download, install and run this data recovery software on your computer, and connect your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 to computer.
Step 2. Best Data Recovery enables you to recover any popular file type like photos, pictures, videos, image, document and more. When you enter the main interface, you should choose the data type(s) you want to recover first.
When your device is detected, please choose your device from the removable devices option bar.
Step 3. As you can see, there are two scanning ways to be offered, "Quick Scan" and "Deep Scan". Clicking "Scan" button will give you a quick scan on your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2.
Step 4. After scanning, all the deleted or lost Photos will be listed in the interface. You can use "Filter" feature to quickly locate the files you want to recover.
Note: If you can not find the Photos you wanted, you can click "Deep Scan" to try again. Deep Scan will take more time to complete the whole scanning process, but it will offer you all possible results which can be restored, please wait with patience.
Step 5. After selecting the files you need, please click on "Recover" and you can handily get all the selected Photos back to your computer.

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