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How to Recover Snapchat Photos and Videos from Android

Method 1. Recover Deleted Snapchat Photos and Videos from Android without Backup
iReparo Android Recovery can recover deleted photos and videos from Android phone, including the images and video clips of Snapchat app.

Step 1. Install and run iReparo for Android on your computer.
Step 2. Select "Multimedia" for photo/video/audio recovery.
Step 3. Choose file formats for filtering, and then click "Next".
Step 4. Connect your phone to PC via a USB cable.
Step 5. Follow on-screen guide to allow the program recognize your phone.
Step 6. Start to Scan lost Snapchat photos and videos on your phone.
Step 7. Preview images and videos.
Step 8. Select and Recover Snapchat pictures and videos from your phone to PC.

Method 2. Restore Deleted Snapchat Photos and Videos from Android Cache
Usually, deleted Snapchat photos can be found in a particular folder in Android phones. All received files end in .nomedia, an extension that makes them ‘invisible’.
When you accidentally delete …
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How to Transfer WhatsApp to New Phone

WhatsApp is a must-have app on lots of people's smartphones. However, what if you need to turn to another mobile phone or a new SIM card? Give up all the chat history and media files? No way.
Part 1. How to Transfer WhatsApp to New Number One WhatsApp account is linked with one phone number, so the first thing we need to do is to change the number linked with WhatsApp account. It can be done within WhatsApp.
Step 1. On old phone, open WhatsApp and go to Menu > Settings > Account > Change number.
Step 2. Tap NEXT, then enter your old phone number and new phone number.
Step 3. Tap DONE, and wait for a verification SMS to be sent to your new phone number.
Step 4. Enter the 6-digit code on the screen and wait for verification.
Step 5. Create a manual backup by going to Settings > Chats > Chat backup > BACK UP.
Warning: The backup you made before are associated with the old phone number, so now it is necessary to make a new backup, which will be associated with the new phone …

SD Card Read-only: How to Restore Data from Read-only SD Card on Android

A read-only SD card means you can merely view the files on it, but impossible to edit, copy, delete or even change the file name. The terrible situation could be caused due to a counterfeit memory card, wrong setting, system glitch or virus attack. Is it possible to restore files from a read-only card on an Android mobile phone? The answer is yes.
How to Restore Data from Read-only Memory Card on Android Step 1. Free download and install the Android data recovery app on PC.





Step 2. Run the program and choose Multimedia.
Step 3. Tick the files and click Next.
Step 4. Connect your Android device with the read-only SD card to PC via a USB cable.
Step 5. Follow on-screen manual to allow the program to recognize your phone.

Step 6. Scan the device. Step 7. Preview and Recover files from Android SD card.









How to Take RAW Photo with Mobile Phone

Wikipedia A camera raw image file contains minimally processed data from the image sensor of either a digital camera, image scanner, or motion picture film scanner.
Obviously, we should add smartphone to the list now. Since Android Lollipop 5.0, people can take RAW photos with some smartphones. Well, that doesn’t mean all Android mobile phones. It must be running on Android 5.0 or above and has Camera 2 API enabled.     Features of RAW Image: High image quality; lossless compression or high-quality lossy compression.Finer control. Raw conversion software allows users to manipulate more parameters (such as lightness, white balance, hue, saturation, etc...) and do so with greater variability.The contents of raw files include more information.All the changes made on a raw image file are non-destructive with the original data unchanged.Camera raw file size is typically 2–6 times larger than JPEG file size. Therefore, it is suggested to save RAW images on Android SD card.
Android Phones that T…

KidsEmail: A Safe Email for Kids to Contact with The World

As a father-to-be, I have been always wondering how should I raise my kid and what kind of person he/she would be. After thousands of ideas flashing through my mind, I finally realized that we only wish him/her grow up safely and happily. For this purpose, however, we have a lot to do one-by-one. By chance, I knew about KidsEmail and find it an awesome tool that would allow my child to contact the world safely when they are young. After detailed testing, I'd like to recommend all of you to try it out.
Register A Free Account and Try These Features  Everyone gets 30 days free to try KidsEmail after registering a free account. As a professional Email system for children, KidsEmail has many useful and thoughtful features:
Mail Monitoring: receive a copy of all incoming and/or outgoing email that is sent to/from your child. Of course, you can choose to enable/disable it easily.Time Restrictions: set a limit on the amount of time your child is allowed to spend on email. Also allows a pa…

SD Card Not Detected after Android OS Update

SD card not detected in mobile is a very common problem on Android devices as well as other handsets. The causes can be diversified, from temporary errors, like unstable connectivity, to hardware damage. Actually, more and more people find that their mobile phones don't read the SD cards after OS update, no matter the latest Oreo (Android 8.0) or Marshmallow (Android 6.0).

How to Fix SD Card Not Recognized Problem after Android UpdateIt is hard to find a universal method to fix the problem. However, here are some tricks you could have a try:Reboot (remove battery/SD card)Unmount and remount SD cardReformat SD card on PCFactory reset mobile phone (be care of FRP)Upgrade to the latest OS or downgrade to the old version Note: See how to fix Android USB device not detected but charging problem.
For many people, the data on the SD card is far more important than the memory card itself. In case that you cannot access the lost files on your SD card, you may try a solution below for Andro…

Where Are Files on Private Mode on Samsung

Private Mode is a very useful function on Samsung Galaxy. Mobile phones are now devices full of personal information, and you won't want people to find some photos, videos, audio or other files, even your families. However, it often happens that people ask for your handset in an emergency. Say "No"? Not always. That's when Private Mode should apply.

How to Move Files to Private Mode on Samsung In order to set files as private, we have to enable Private mode manually, and then move the files to Private mode. Let's take photos as an example.
Step 1. Go to Settings> Private mode. Read all the introduction messages on the page.

Step 2. Tap the toggle to enable Private mode. Just follow the instruction to set a secure method(pattern/pin/fingerprint).
Step 3. Go to Gallery, long press and select the images you need, and then tap the menu icon> Move to Private (the option may be at the bottom of the list).

Step 4. Now you can still see those pictures, but they are …

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