How to Recover Deleted Videos from Samsung Galaxy Note?

“I accidentally deleted few important videos related to my college annual function from my Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphone and wandering to know how to recover deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note!!! Can anyone help me out!!! As the deleted videos means a lot to me”

If you are in the same situation that has been explained above then don’t worry! You can easily undelete videos from Samsung Galaxy Note using powerful Samsung Recovery Software.

These days, most of the users love to take pictures, record videos, listen to music on their devices. By doing so, they feel a great pleasure and also it helps them to memorize their happiest moment whenever they want. People make use of different devices such as, digital cameras, mobile phones etc. to store precious videos as well as other media files. As, Android technology is playing a very important role in the market these days, you can see number of Android devices around. Android is a mobile operating system which is designed mainly for touch screen mobile devices such as, Smartphones and Tablet computers. One such Android Smartphone is Samsung Galaxy Note launched in the year 2011. It is provided with its extra-large 5.3-inch display and is also featured with a stylus and handwriting recognition, multiple exclusive apps for taking notes, sketching, and many more. Other key features include 4G LTE data, 8-megapixel camera, 2-megapixel front camera and 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. You can also make use of this Android Smartphone to store your valuable data such as, videos as well as other media files. Apart from all these outstanding features, there are situations that lead to deletion of your important videos from Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphone. Now, just relax about the question that strikes on your mind on how to recover deleted videos from Samsung galaxy note? You can perform Samsung Galaxy Note deleted video recovery using efficient Samsung Recovery Software. Apart from this, this tool provide friendly user interface, which helps to recover data from Samsung micro SD card.

Scenarios that lead to deletion of videos from Samsung Galaxy Note:

  • Unintentionally formatting the memory card directly on your Android device or when connected to a computer system
  • If your Samsung Galaxy Note is infected with harmful viruses then, there are chances that your video file may also get delete
  • Mistakenly deleting videos as well as other data from your Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphones internal memory or SD Card
  • Other reasons include Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphones memory card file system corruption, power failure while transferring data etc

After deletion

Files either, deleted, lost or formatted from Samsung Galaxy Note can be recovered i.e. when you delete a file or quick format a memory card only the file entries of the files are erased. In reality, file within the memory card remains physically intact and hence, making it possible to recover the data. Most importantly, no new data should be added to your Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphone to avoid overwriting. It’s best to stop using your Smartphone, until your deleted or lost data is recovered back with the help of recovery software.

You can recover deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note due to any of the situations mentioned above using Samsung Recovery Software. This software is especially designed for retrieving deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphone. Apart from retrieving deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note, this software also supports to recover other media files such as, pictures, audio etc. It not only recovers deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note but, also supports to recover lost photos from Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Tab etc. This software not only helps you to recover deleted videos, pictures, APK files, documents etc. from Samsung Galaxy Note but, also helps to recover media files as well as other data from other Android devices manufactured by Samsung. It is compatible to perform Samsung Galaxy Note deleted video recovery on all the latest versions of Android. It also works fine on all the latest versions of Windows operating systems. This software also helps you to know about how to retrieve pictures from SD card on Android that are deleted or lost due to several reasons as well as from other different storage devices within a couple of minutes. Hence, make use of the demo version of the software in order to try the greater chances of your deleted videos recovery. Apart from this, if you accidentally deleted some precious data files from Samsung SATA HDD and want to recover data from it then just make use of Samsung Recovery software which even helps you to recover data from Samsung SATA hard drive with utmost ease. To know more about how to perform Samsung SATA HDD Recovery, visit: www.samsungrecovery.net/sata-hdd.html.

Steps to know about how to recover deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphone using Samsung Recovery Software:  

Step 1: Download and Install the demo version of the software on your computer. Plug-in Samsung Galaxy Note to the system using data cable and then, run the software. From the main screen select “Recover Files” option and then from the next screen select “Recover Deleted Files” option to perform deleted videos from Samsung Galaxy Note recover process.

How to Recover Deleted Videos from Samsung Galaxy Note? - Main Screen

Fig 1: Android Home Page

Step 2: Now, the software scans and displays a list of logical drives including your Samsung Galaxy Note drive choose the particular Galaxy Note drive from which you need to recover deleted videos and click on “Next” button.

How to Recover Deleted Videos from Samsung Galaxy Note? - Select Samsung Galaxy Note Drive

Fig 2: Select Samsung Galaxy Note

Step 3: Once the scanning process is completed, you can view the recovered videos using “Preview” option and then “Save” the recovered videos to your desired location on computer.    

How to Recover Deleted Videos from Samsung Galaxy Note?- Save Screen

Fig 3: Save Screen