Recover Deleted Photos from USB Flash Drive

Did you accidentally delete priceless photos from USB flash drive? Want to get them back? Then, launch the free trial version of Recover My Photo tool on your computer. Connect the flash drive and browse the USB drive for scanning. The software instantly undeletes the USB drive data and lists all the recovered files for a preview even before saving. Download and start restoring the USB drive data now !!!



Although USB flash drives are getting cheaper and smaller, yet no manufacturers have compromised with its storage capacity. So more people found it easy-to-use a flash drive for storing media files, transferring files and even for backup. These days’ usage of flash drives is so common that people often experience the deletion or loss of valuable data from it.

Common causes for deletion of flash drive photos

  • Mistaken deletion and format operations
  • Drive or the file system corruption
  • Interrupted file transfer operations
  • Malware and virus threats
  • Improper means of USB drive ejection

What happens after photo deletion from the flash drive?

Whenever you delete the USB drive photos, the OS only erases the index pointer and not the actual data. The space of the deleted photo on the flash drive will be marked as free to save new files. If you continue to use the USB drive further, there are huge chances of recoverable data getting overwritten. In addition to this, there is no option available on your Windows or Mac machine that can manually retrieve the deleted images from the flash drive. To securely revive the USB drive files you must rely on the Recover My Photo software.

The flash drive photo recovery software

Recover My Photo is an ultimate tool for retrieving photos from the USB flash drives in simple clicks. The tool is driven by rigorous algorithms that deep scan the flash drive storage and fetches all types of images from it. It uses the unique file signatures to locate the deleted or lost photos from the USB drive storage. When the tool finishes scan on the drive, it lists all the recoverable files in a preview window. All the recovered images will be displayed according to their original filename, size, creation date, and modified date. The option to preview the recovered files is also enabled in the demo version of the software. The tool also lets you perform a search for a particular type of image file.

Striking features of photo recovery utility

  • Besides photo files, this tool even recovers audio and video files
  • Performs picture restoration without affecting the original photo quality
  • The Mac version of the photo recovery program is compatible till the latest Mac OSX versions
  • It supports all brands of USB pen drives, external HDD, system drives, SSD, iPods, etc.
  • Can also be used to restore photos from SD card used in the digital camera, smartphones, or music players
Read further: Learn how to undelete videos from the SD memory card using this utility.

Steps to Recover Deleted Photos from Flash Drive

Step 1: Run the Recover My Photo application on your computer and connect the USB flash drive to it.

Step 2: On the main screen, click on the Recover Photos option.

Step 3: Now browse the respective flash drive from the list of all attached drives. Press on the Scan button to continue.

Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step 4: The program starts to extract the deleted photos from the selected pen drive.

Scanning in Progress

Fig B: Scanning in Progress

Step 5: All the photos and media files extracted during the scan process will be displayed under Data View and File Type View layouts.

List of Restored Files

Fig C: List of Restored Files

Step 6: Proceed to preview the recovered photos. Then mark the essential files for saving.

Preview Recovered Files

Fig D: Preview Recovered Files

Step 7: Finally, you need to mention the desired file location where you wish to save the files recovered from the USB flash drive. Click on the Save icon.

Saving Recovered Recycle Bin Data

Fig E: Save the Recovered Data

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