How to recover deleted pictures from iPhone

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  1. nscnpc

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    Can anyone tell me how to recover deleted camera roll. I did restore without saving my pictures. Those pictures are very important for me. Can any please help me in this.

    Thanks,
    Sunny..
     
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  2. GADeputy

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    As you are already aware... they are deleted. You can't recover them once they are deleted.
     
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    I think we can get back the deleted data from flash drives, memory cards and even from PC hard drives by using some softwares (I did some data recover from PC hard drives). I want such kind of softwares to get back the data from iPhone.
     
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    once it's gone, it's gone I'm affraid
     
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  6. mikeyisfresh

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    the camera roll is saved inside of iTunes iPhone Backups.
    try restoring from a backup.

    right click the iPhone under "Devices" in iTunes. click "Restore from Backup..."
    it will list the device backups in the box with a datestamp on the right side. Choose appropriately.

    also, you might only see 1 device backup. backup manually more often.
     
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  7. styfle

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    There's a great open source software called photorec but it would be hard to use with an iPhone that doesn't mount like a normal drive and more importantly, you could compromise the phone's drive and not be able to restore. If the pictures are more important than the phone then go for it lol
     
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    my turn to struggle

    Hi @nscnpc, did you ever manage to get around this? I know for sure its possible but don't exactly understand how. Following steps what other websites / forums suggest doesn't seem to be working for me.

    Any help would be very much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,

     
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    Chetan, since that post is over six months old and the OP only has a total of 2 posts on this forum, I think it's safe to say that they won't be returning here.

    In regards to recovering deleted items such as this, you need to check your Recycle Bin on your PC or Trash or your Mac. It is for situations like these that you should NEVER setup these receptacles to delete immediately but leave them to be deleted at a later point manually which will give you some time to review the items and determine if you really mean for them to be eliminated from your computer. Also, it is good practice in general to backup all of the contents of your computer to an external harddrive monthly, if you can. I, for one, make sure I not only specifically make a back up of the Camera Roll (I just did it 2 days ago), I also make back ups of my iPhone Back Up files, iTunes Music Library, iTunes Library XML file, Microsoft Outlook Contacts (which I sync with the iPhone), and anything I create, edit or update as a file on my computer. In this way you will never be wonting when it comes to trying to find ways to rescue files that have been deleted for any reason. File recovery is expensive, time consuming and can be inaccurate at best, especially when a good percentage of the files you recover can be corrupted and unusable.
     
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    Hey watcha, thanks for tips. I kinda follow the same back up schedule for all my e-stuff (infact just done copyin today's roll). This was one funny situation where I acted pretty instantaneously and got rid of the pics.

    Again, many thanks!
     
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    good stuff lol
     
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    I need to recover my deleted photos in iPhone. i got few tools but that doesn't help since iPhone doesn't have a drive letter .

    Please help !
     
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    If you have a Mac I recommend using iRip or Pod to Mac. Both are very fine products. However, they are not free. Does anyone know of a free ap for Mac?
     
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  14. EverythingApple

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    But, I assume if you did a restore or hard reset, than those photos are gone for good, right?
     
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    Depends on the last time you did a sync / backup. If you had the photos and synced, deleted photos then did a restore from the most recent backup, they should be there again. Like computers... Backup OFTEN :D


    Sent from my iPhone using iCafe app
     
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    Nothing like peddling your wares in a 4 month old post... 1st posting too 


    Sent from my iPhone using iCafe app
     
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  17. EverythingApple

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    Even if I didn't save them to iPhoto? I wish I knew this before I erased the backup to my iPhone 3G. I had "deleted" photos on there, that I figured were gone forever. :(:mad:
     
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    Thanks Mikeyisfrest! This totally worked and I got back my deleted photos! :) yay!
     
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    This is great to know, unfortunately it doesn't work for my incident.
    I bought a new iPhone and met some old friends who were passing through town for dinner right after. We took photos since we hadn't seen each other in years.
    The next morning when I plugged in my phone to set it up with iTunes there was no initial backup before the syncing began. I'm not sure why that happened but all the photos were deleted without backing them up first. Maybe that only happens for a new device. Stupid though.
     
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    Sadly, this didn't work for me either. I just upgraded my iPhone 3GS firmware to IOS 5, and ended up accidentally deleting pictures of one of my parents who recently passed away. I can't tell you how heartbroken I am over this :(, and although I followed mikeyisfresh's instructions and clicked Restore, it only restored my contacts & phone numbers, it did not give me a photo restore option. I am going to call my local AT&T sales office to see if there is anything they can do, but if anyone here can tell me how to restore my pics I would greatly appreciate it, as I can't find anything online that helps.
     
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