On more than one occasion, users, when carrying out an exhaustive cleaning of the mobile device, can delete photos that may become necessary over time.
This situation can also happen by mistake, which is why many wonder how to recover them. There are many options to achieve this, especially on devices with an Android operating system.
Several manufacturers of smartphones that are currently on the market have added to their apps from Gallery a recycle bin, that is, the first option is to review this section, since the stipulated time for the image to be permanently deleted is 30 days.
Another option that users can opt for is the Google Photos trash can. Through the application of the technology company, you can manage the handling of all the uploaded photos, as well as making backup copies.
The process to be implemented is quite simple, since you only have to access the platform and extend the side panel, by clicking on the icon in the upper left. Immediately afterwards, look for the ‘Trash’ section and recover the photos that you consider necessary. According to the portal computer todaythe duration is 15 days.
Users can also go to different external applications, such as DiskDigger. However, care should be taken with external applications, because some may violate user data.
Now, through the application you must choose the option ‘Start basic photo scanning’. This section analyzes the cache memory of the apps and look for the thumbnails of the photos that have been deleted.
This scan may take a few minutes. After analyzing the memory, the platform will show all the deleted photos that can be recovered. To achieve this, just press the ‘Recover’ button.
Steps to move WhatsApp to the external memory of your Android device
The WhatsApp application currently has more than two billion users. Its exponential growth is due to the fact that it is a platform that allows you to send messages instantly and, therefore, connect with users from other territories.
In the apps Developed by Meta, not only can you send text messages, but there is also the possibility of recording them in audio. Added to this, users can choose a profile photo, set their privacy and upload statuses, which last 24 hours. You can also create groups, make calls, among many others.
However, WhatsApp is one of the heaviest applications that a mobile device with the Android operating system can have, since from the beginning it weighs 300 MB, but over time it increases due to the multimedia files that are sent or downloaded. receive and that are stored in the internal folders of the cell phone.
To prevent it from filling up quickly, the best option will be to transfer the data to an external memory, that is, a Micro SD memory. In this sense, it will be necessary to know how much the data of the WhatsApp account weighs. To achieve this, the following steps must be carried out:
- Enter WhatsApp.
- Access the ‘Settings’.
- Enter the ‘Storage and data’ section.
- Locate and press the ‘Manage storage’ option.
- Define how much the account data weighs.
How to move WhatsApp to external memory?
- Enter the file manager of the Android cell phone.
- Click on the ‘Internal storage’ section.
- Click on the folder that says ‘Android’ and then on ‘Media’.
- Look for the section called ‘Com.WhatsApp’ and then in ‘WhatsApp’.
- Select the folders named “Backusps”, “Databases” and “Media”.
- At the bottom touch on ‘Move’.
- Go back to the interface and enter ‘Memory card’.
- Finally, click on ‘Move here’.