How to Recover a Deleted Photo from Your Galaxy Phone Recycle Bin
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Galaxy smartphones offer an option for users to recover a deleted photo from your Galaxy phone recycle bin. No more getting upset when you lose your precious photos. Follow the instructions given below to restore deleted photos. Additionally we will also explain how to transfer, store, and manage photos containing your memories in advance.

How to Recover a Deleted Photo from Your Galaxy Phone Recycle Bin?
Before we begin we recommend you update your device with the latest version available. Check updates for your mobile devices as follows:

  1. Go to Settings > Software update.
  2. Tap on Download and install. 
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions. 

There are three different ways you can recover a deleted photo from your Galaxy phone recycle bin. We will explain them one by one. 

Using Gallery app

  1. Check your Recycle bin
  2. Keep deleted images and videos in the Recycle bin for 30 days before they are deleted forever.
  3. Open Gallery app > tap Menu.
  4. Select Recycle bin > tap Edit.
  5. Select photos you want to restore > tap Restore.
  6. Activate Recycle bin
  7. To use Recycle bin, you should have turned on the Recycle bin before you deleted photos.
  8. Open Gallery app > tap Menu.
  9. Select Settings >Select Recycle bin to turn on.

Using Google Photos app

  1. Check your Recycle bin
  2. Items will be permanently deleted after 60 days in Recycle bin.
  3. Open Google Photos app > tap Library.
  4. Select Bin > tap Select.
  5. Select photos you want to restore > tap Restore.
  6. Tap the pop-up to restore items.

Check your account
What to do if your photos seem to disappear after changing accounts? Check to see if you’re signed in to the correct account. If not, sign out and then sign in with the correct account.

Samsung Cloud

Gallery sync using Samsung Cloud has been switching to MS OneDrive for convenience. Periodic backups are required to prevent unwanted data loss including photos and videos. You may also find more information on

Samsung Cloud now switched to MS OneDrive for gallery sync, this makes it convenient as periodic backups are required to prevent unwanted data loss. You can get more information on 

‘How can I backup data on my Galaxy device automatically?’. 

  1. Navigate to Gallery > tap More options (three vertical dots) > Settings.
  2. Tap Cloud sync > Connect your Samsung and Microsoft accounts if needed.
  3. follow on-screen instructions until the sync has started. 

Note: Available settings and screens may vary by wireless service provider, software version, and device.

Samsung earlier announced if you have any issues on your Samsung device, you can send in a question through the app. For more information on ‘How to use the Samsung Members app’ watch the video below.

This will help to debug and get an idea of what is happening on your phone or tablet. The data is anonymous and only stored for the duration of the investigation.

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