Recover Deleted Photos from HTC Thunderbolt

How to Recover Deleted Photos from HTC Thunderbolt

HTC Thunderbolt smart phone consists of high mega-pixel camera to capture impressive pictures. It offers great experience to photo lovers. HTC Thunderbolt also avails a large storage space to store so many images and other media files. Whenever you are dealing with digital storage device, some data loss circumstances will be always present. In most cases, user deletes important images from the Smartphone unintentionally and thinks that they are lost permanently. But, you can recover deleted photos from HTC Thunderbolt if you employ a prominent application immediately. Mobile SD Card Recovery software is one of the best applications that can retrieve all types of deleted images easily. You can use this utility in different instances of photo deletion from your HTC SD card.

Some possible reasons of photo deletion from HTC Thunderbolt is listed below:

Accidental Deletion: Majority of users do the common mistake of photo deletion from mobile during preview. After capturing images, you may view those images and delete unnecessary items. During this operation, you can delete some essential pictures also unintentionally. If it happens with you, immediately use this recovery application to recover deleted photos from HTC Thunderbolt. Using this tool, you can recover all types of SD card files from different types of Android Smart phones. To know more visit: www.mobilesdcardrecovery.com/software-for-android.html.

Improper Handling: Images on your HTC mobile may also get deleted if you eject your memory card when it is in use. Many times, we access the mobile SD card in our system to transfer or manage data. At that time, if you abruptly remove the SD card from your HTC Thunderbolt, some images may be deleted. Besides that, capturing images in low battery, full memory storage space can also results to photo deletion.

Deletion through Third Party Application: Images from mobile may also be deleted by third party application like photo viewer, antivirus etc. If the SD card in HTC Thunderbolt is effected by severe virus and you connect it to anti-virus installed system, any file may be deleted. Then Mobile SD Card Recovery tool will be appropriate tool to get back deleted data from micro SD card.

You can avoid this problem without using any third party application if you maintain a back up of your important images. But, in absence of it, this application is only option to recover deleted photos from HTC Thunderbolt. It will be very effective to restore different types of images like JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, PSD etc. You can also use this prominent program to restore different type of raw photos from mobile SD card. This application is applicable in deleted photo recovery from different types of memory cards like SD, MMC, CF, SDXC, SDHC etc. You can perform this operation on all major versions of Windows, Mac and Android operating system. Even, if you want to recover deleted images from different brands of SD cards, youcan use this tool. To restore Samsung SD card photos, use this link: http://www.mobilesdcardrecovery.com/retrieve-deleted-photos-from-samsung-sd-card.html.

Note: Click on www.mobilesdcardrecovery.com/deleted-photos-from-android-phone.html to know how to use this app for deleted photo recovery from Android phone SD card.

Steps to Use Recover Deleted Photos from HTC Thunderbolt:

Step 1: First, install and launch this photo recovery application in your computer and select "Recover Deleted Files" option from main screen.

Recover Deleted Photos from HTC Thunderbolt - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Then, choose your HTC Thunderbolt SD card among all the logical drives shown in window and click on "Next".

Getting Back Android SD Card Photos - Choose HTC Thunderbolt SD Card

Fig 2: Choose HTC Thunderbolt SD Card

Step 3: At the end of restoration process, recovered images from HTC Thunderbolt card will be shown to "Preview" before save.

Restore Images on HTC SD Card - Preview Recovered Images

Fig 3: Preview Recovered Images

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