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Samsung Galaxy S8 Recycle Bin - How to Undelete Photos on Samsung

Samsung Galaxy S8 Recycle Bin

Does Samsung Galaxy S8 have Recycle bin? I need to undelete valuable photos urgently. Plz help!

Recycle bin is always useful since it is nearly impossible to avoid data losing when you have a Samsung phone or other mobile devices. As for Samsung S8, if you have set up a Google account or Samsung account on your phone, the cloud Recycle bin on Gallery should have been turned on.

How to Restore Deleted Photos from Galaxy Recycle Bin

Step 1: Open Gallery app. 
Step 2: On the upper right corner of the screen, tap More. 
Step 3: Tap Settings. 
Step 4: Tap Recycle bin. 
Note: Some devices may have these following options: Gallery → Drawer icon (≡) → Settings → Cloud sync  Auto sync "ON".
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Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy S8 without Recycle Bin

Recycle bin is very helpful. However, in many cases, we have to try everything possible to undelete photos from Samsung Galaxy S8 without recycle bin.

Best Samsung Data Recovery Software

iReparo Android Data Recovery is the best and most safe recovery app for Samsung Galaxy as well as other Android handsets.
Note: Root is required.
Official site: https://www.androidrecovery.com

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  • Retrieve photos, contacts, SMS, WhatsApp and more files on Samsung phone memory and SD card
  • Filter files for scanning according to formats
  • Recognize almost all flagships from Samsung
  • 100% safe and risk free with no alteration to your phone or your data 

Easy Steps for Samsung Phone Data Recovery

1. Run the recovery program and choose the file types you need to recover.
Note: If you choose Multimedia, you'll allowed to select specific file formats for scanning.
2. Connect your phone to PC, and follow on-screen instruction.
3. Preview and Recover files from your mobile phone to PC.

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