Can anyone tell me how to recover deleted camera roll? I just lost my photos on the iPhone. Those pictures are very important for me. Can any please help me in this?
In fact, there are two ways for you to recover your deleted photos from iPhone. First, you can use a third-party tool to directly scan and recover pictures from your iPhone. Second, if you’ve synced your iPhone with iTunes, you also can regain your deleted pictures by extracting your iTunes backup file.
Meanwhile, there is also a thing you should pay attention: Turn off your iPhone and don’t use it until you find those photos, and don’t sync your iPhone with iTunes, avoiding iTunes backup being updated.
There are two ways for you to recover deleted pictures from your iPhone: Directly scan and recover photos from your iPhone, or scan and extract your iTunes backup file to get photos back. Next, let’s check detailed steps below.
Take iPhone 4 for example. Free download and install Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS on your computer, and connect your iPhone to the computer, then you’ll get the interface below.
You need to enter iPhone DFU mode before running recovery.
You can see all found lost or deleted data in categories. To preview your photos, you can click Camera Roll or Photo Stream. Checked photos you want to get back and click “Recover” to save them on your Mac or Windows PC.
When launching the program on your computer, choose “Recover from iTunes Backup File” option on the top, then you’ll get the interface below. Choose the iTunes backup of your iPhone, if there are more than one, choose the latest one, and click “Start Scan”.
After the scan, all files in the backup file are displayed for you in well-organized categories. No matter the photo from your camera roll or those you transferred from somewhere else, you can preview them one by one. Then check those you want and click the “Recover” button to save them on your PC.
Note: If you’re a Mac user, download Dr.Fone for iOS Data Recovery on Mac and follow the solution 2 to retrieve your deleted photos from iPhone.