Motorola Moto G — How to recover deleted pictures from Moto G?

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Dec 16, 2015, 10:05:58 AM via Website

Does your phone store many important information such as contacts, messages ,pictures? And you did not backup phone data. Don't worry, see this :
How to recover deleted pictures

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Apr 12, 2016, 1:32:04 PM via Website

Once My sons too have done same. And really was very desperate but using effective recovery tool I was able to get back my lost data in few seconds. More details:-

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Apr 26, 2016, 9:51:15 AM via Website

As for some vital photos from phone, it is necessary to try our best to recover them. With facing the losing case, it may help you via Android Photo Recovery.
1. It is able to recover lots of kind of files.
2. Support for most devices.
3. Easy and safe for you to use.
Besides, the new version of this tool can allows you remove password on screen and then retrieve deleted pictures from Moto.

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Jun 21, 2016, 8:13:34 AM via Website

Next time, you should backup some important data in time. If you don't backup and delete some data by accident, you should use some recover tools as soon as possible. Because you know, the later to recover files, the harder to recover successfully. Like the FonePaw and Wondershare are quite nice to use. You can have a look.

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Jun 22, 2016, 3:17:41 AM via Website

Thanks, I goolge FonePaw and it helps.

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Oct 7, 2016, 1:09:33 PM via Website

Follow this steps it will work out
1. Download and install Motorola Android Phone Recovery software then launch it on your system.
2. Enable USB debugging and connect your mobile phone to your PC. ...
3. Now, scan your mobile phone for preparation by clicking on 'Start' button.

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Apr 17, 2017, 4:05:06 AM via Website

Thanks for your Answer, the Android Rescuer that i still have not used

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Apr 24, 2017, 2:22:31 AM via Website

As my example, you can install a recovery tools on your computer , and connect the android to the computer , after then you should launch the transfer opeartion on the computer , wait few seconds to get the results , you'll be able to preview and select pictures what you want to recover is ,

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May 6, 2017, 5:49:21 PM via Website

If fortunately you have backed up your photographs in Google Photo/Google Drive, then you can simply open it, go to the "Trash" and choose the photos that you've backed up and tap on the "Restore" option, which is incredibly convenient to recover deleted pictures from Moto G.

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Jul 7, 2017, 9:37:33 AM via Website

If you want to get back your deleted photos and videos from your phon, it will be easy for you to recover your deleted photos and videos if you had back-up your photos in cloud drive such as ,Google photos or Dropbox.
But if you hadn’t back-up your datas in any cloud drives, so maybe you should use some toolkit to do you a favor.
According to my experience and your information, I would like to suggest you to use this kind of data recovery toolkit from FORecovery which is very appropriate for the data recovery of Android phone, including Moto.
Read the following article which may be useful for you. Hoping you could recover deleted photos and videos from Android phone successfully.

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Nov 24, 2018, 5:51:43 PM via Website

If you were using Google Photos they would have been backed up to the cloud already. In fact to save storage space on your phone you can always go to Google photos on your phone, go to: "free up space", you can delete the photos on your phone because they're backed up to the cloud. If you want to see them using your phone, go to the google photos app.
You can access them on your PC if you have a Google Account and also download them to your PC.

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