Data Recovery for HTC 10: Recovery lost/deleted photos, videos from HTC 10

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The HTC 10 is more than just the company's flagship smartphone for 2016. It is what will hopefully bring HTC back on its feet after years of losing precious market share. Knowing this, HTC has done its best to make the 10 as awesome as possible. The phone has the looks and specs to impress, while the software, based on Android 6.0, promises a smooth, fun user experience. Furthermore, the HTC 10 and its reinvented UltraPixel camera hope to wow us with its images and videos. Alas, the front-facing stereo speakers have been dropped, but instead, we're given dedicated woofer and tweeter, powered by individual amplifiers.

Many samsung users capture photos and videos with HTC 10, however, HTC 10 plays an important role in people's lives, it can record and preserve our happiness. But for some reason you may lost/deleted photos, videos on HTC 10, once the photos are lost after the system update; restore the HTC 10 factory setting cause HTC 10 photos and videos lost; lost pictures, videos due to formating the HTC 10; Even if the HTC 10 is crashed, smashed or broken, here are two ways for HTC 10 users easily recover photos/videos those lost or deleted on HTC 10. What's the way to recover HTC 10 lost/deleted photos and videos?

To recover lost/deleted photo and videos from HTC 10,you need to use a professional HTC 10 Photo Recovery- UFUWare Photo Recovery. This powerful and helpful HTC 10 Photo Recovery can help HTC 10 users recover the lost and deleted photos, videos on HTC 10. What's more,the HTC 10 Photo Recovery not only recover lost/deleted photos and videos form HTC 10,but also supports restore lost/deleted photos and videos from other android phones like LG G5, Sony Xperia Z5, Galaxy S7, etc, as well.


Guide: Recover lost/deleted photos and videos from HTC 10

Step 1. Get the UFUWare Photo Recovery

Free download the UFUWare Photo Recovery, and install it as the HTC 10 Photo Recovery into your computer.

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Step2. Connect HTC 10 to Computer and Enable USB Debugging

Connect your HTC 10 to computer via USB cable or link your phone's SD card to Mac or Windows via card reader.

Step 3. Scan the lost/deleted photos and videos on HTC 10

Launch the top HTC 10 Data Recovery, then click "Start Scan" to start scanning lost/deleted photos and videos on HTC 10.

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Step 4. Recover lost/deleted photos and videos on HTC 10

After scanning done, you are allowed to preview the scanned photos and videos. Then select the photos or videos you need to recover, and click on the "Recover" button to get the lost/deleted photos, videos back.

Recover lost/deleted photos and videos from HTC 10

Note: Once you deleted photos/videos from HTC 10 by mistake, stop using the phone to take any new photos or videos or save new files to it. Any new data written into the phone will overwrite the deleted photos and make them unrecoverable.

Look, it is quite easy to recover lost/deleted photos or videos on HTC 10. If you have mistakenly deleted other files like SMS, Contacts, Call History, DOC, XLS, and PPT etc. from HTC 10 and want to get them back, I suggest you try UFUWare HTC 10 Data Recovery. It is all-in-one File Recovery Software to recover all types of lost/deleted files from HTC 10.

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