Samsung Galaxy is one of the best known series of mobile computing devices of Samsung Electronics. The product line contains the Galaxy S series of high-end smartphones, the Galaxy Tab series of tablets, the Galaxy Note series of tablets and phablets with the added functionality of a stylus and the first version of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, with later versions dropping the Galaxy branding. Of which, the series of Samsung Galaxy S and Note are the most popular mobile devices.
Samsung Galaxy users are all over the world and their daily life are closely related to these modern devices. At the same time, the problems arise. See the following example:
I went to a concert today and I took a video of every single song and it said not enough memory and it wouldn’t even let me access my gallery, I HAD to delete stuff so I looked but It confused me so I clicked delete on what I wanted but it completely wiped every single video I had ever taken on the device so now I only have a couple of videos of the end of the concert. Is there any way I can get my videos back??
I’m sure that many Samsung Galaxy users are in such a trouble. You try every way to get them out of this mess. To end your worries, the following guide introduces an effective Samsung Galaxy Video Recovery to help you recover deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy S6/S5/S4/S3/S2/S, Galaxy Note, and Galaxy Mini and so on. In addition to videos, this powerful tool also restores many types of data including photos, music, messages, contacts, call history, etc. Better still, it works well for nearly all Android portable devices like Samsung, Nokia, LG, and HTC and so on.
Retrieve Deleted Videos from Samsung Galaxy
Here is the step by step tutorial which you should follow for the sake of recovering your deleted videos from your Samsung Galaxy. Before beginning, download and install the advanced Samsung Galaxy Video Recovery (for Mac, for Windows) and run it.
Step 1 Make preparations: USB cable compatible with Samsung Galaxy, computer. Connect your Samsung devices with your computer via USB cable.
Step 2 Enable the “USB Debugging”: Make sure the operating system of your devices and then choose the right steps as shown on the program’s interface to enable USB debugging.
Step 3 Click the “Start” button to detect the data on your device. After the detection is done, a “Superuser Request” will pop up on your device screen, click “Allow”. Go back to the computer and click “Start” to scan your Galaxy devices.
Step 4 When it is done, all the data that are found on your devices will list clearly in category. Open “Video” category to choose the video that you want to get back and click “Recover”.
- If nothing happens after you click “Allow”, please just check your devices and click the “Allow” again until it doesn’t appear.
- Please make sure the operating system of your devices before enable USB Debugging.
- To ensure all deleted videos can be restored, please stop using your devices immediately once you find your precious videos are gone.