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Flash Drives are also known as "jump drives" or "thumb drives", because they are about the size of a man's thumb. You can save documents, school work, pictures, music, and with a really large (16GB) capacity, you can even save video.

It is very common for everyone accidentally delete a file from a flash drive. If you've lost important family photos from your flash drive device, you can potentially restore them. When pictures are deleted from flash drive, they actually remain on the device until another file overwrites them. As long as the original picture hasn't been overwritten you can use a recovery tool to recover the deleted pictures from a flash drive. 

 


Don't be sad. There is a way to recover pictures from flash drive. There is software named Wiserecovery that you can download for free on the internet, but your best bet if you want to safely recover and save your files is to pay for the right software for your PC or laptop. This software suite will recover lost or corrupted documents, pictures, or other media, and safely restore them to their proper condition.

3 Steps to recover deleted pictures from flash drive

Step 1

Download Wiserecovery Software, install and launch it.
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Step 2

Perform a Full Scan. Run the Wiserecovery Software. Click the "Start Scan" button on the main window of Wiserecovery. Select the the flash drive that where the lost date had been stored. Click Scan. The software will quickly scan the selected disk to find all your target date.

Step 3

Preview and Recover deleted pictures. Find the date you want to restore in the scan result. Select them and click Recover. You can find the recovered date in the destination folder. Attention: The destination folder can't be in the same drive as the drive you scanned. It will take about 2-10 minutes to scan, it depends on your disk size and date amount on the disk.
 
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