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How to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy A50

This is a discussion on How to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy A50 within the Galaxy Nexus General Discussion forums, part of the Galaxy Nexus Forum category; The Samsung Galaxy A50 is equipped with Samsung's own Exynos 9610 processor, and the screen uses a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED "water drop" screen. The fingerprint ...

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    Post How to recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy A50

    The Samsung Galaxy A50 is equipped with Samsung's own Exynos 9610 processor, and the screen uses a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED "water drop" screen. The fingerprint unlocking is the same as the S10 series, which uses an on-screen ultrasonic fingerprint recognition system.

    Designed for the way you live, the Samsung Galaxy A50 is the smartphone you've been looking for. Go all day and into the night with a high-capacity, long-lasting, fast-charging battery. Capture life's moments exactly the way you want to remember them with the Galaxy A50 multi-lens camera. And elevate your entertainment experience with a vibrant 6.4-inch Infinity Display that delivers a clear, edge-to-edge view.

    Can't you wait to buy a new Samsung Galaxy A50 as your new handset? However, lots of users lost some important data on their Samsung Galaxy A50. Lost all your WhatsApp attachments after factory restore? Lost photos due to OS update? Lost photos because forget the lock screen password? No matter what is the reason that you lost your photos from your Samsung Galaxy A50, to recover deleted photos from Samsung A50, what you need is just the Samsung Data Recovery.

    Samsung Data Recovery is the all-in-one data recovery software for Samsung user to retrieve lost and deleted files including contacts, SMS, photos, audios, videos, call logs, WhatsApp chat history, document and more from almost all Samsung Galaxy phone in a click.

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    To get back deleted photos from Samsung phone, you need to use Samsung Data Recovery. It can scan your Samsung phone and SD card deeply to find the deleted photos. You can preview the photos before recovering. Learn how to recover deleted photos from Samsung. Besides photos, you can also recover messages, videos, contacts, call logs, Whatsapp messages, music, books and other document files for you.

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    Android Data Recovery is a professional software that can recover the deleted and lost data. This can recover any deleted data from any Android device and theirs SD cards. Data including pictures, videos, call logs, audio, messages, contacts, WhatsApp messages etc. can be restored. It has a powerful scanning algorithm that detects missing data and restores it easily.

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