How to Restore iPhone 6s/6 Photos After Deleting from Recently Deleted Folder

Last Updated: July 17, 2016

Can I restore iPhone photos deleted from the “recently deleted” Folder? I have an iPhone 6plus in iOS 10. Yesterday I manage my photo albums and accidently deleted some precious pictures. When I tried to recover these photos from my “Recently Deleted Folder”, I conducted a misoperation and lost my photos. PLEASE!!! How can I restore Photos after deleting from Recently Deleted Folder? I really appreciate your help.”

Deleting or losing photos from iPhone 7/SE/6s Plus/6s/6 Plus/6/5s/5/4s is nearly a disaster in our life, especially when you don’t have an iTune or iCloud backup. If you have an available backup, it will be an easy case to recover the deleted pictures in a quick way. It is therefore important for iPhone users to prepare a full backup of their important datas. Unfortunately, what if there is no backup to retrieve iPhone 6s/6 photos after deleting from Recently Deleted Folder?

Since iOS 8 was released, the Apple company adds a featured function called “Recently Deleted folder” in the Photos App. When you delete photos and videos, the deleted contents will be brought into this magic folder. However, if you have a further deleting from “Recently Deleted folder” location, it seems it is impossible for you to get back the erased documents. No worries! All you need is a professional iOS data recovery tool!

iPhone Data Recovery is actually a life saver for those who lost iPhone/iPod/iPad data. It will quickly and efficiently recover all deleted, lost iPhone files, including photos, contacts, messages, WhatsApp chat, notes, and more from three modes: recover data directly from iPhone without backup, retrieve iPhone files from iTunes backup and restore iPhone data from iCloud backup. You can decide which method to restore iPhone 6s/6 photos after deleting from Recently Deleted Folder.

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Mode 1: Recover Deleted, Lost Data from iPhone 6 s/6 without Backup

  • Run iPhone Data Recovery on your computer and connect your iPhone to this computer via a USB cable. Now click on “Start Scan” to scan your iPhone.
  • Tap on the Photos and you will have the files listed by category.
  • Tick the deleted pictures and click on “Recover” to get them back.

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Mode 2. Recover iPhone 6 /6 Images from iTunes Backup

  • Choose “Recover Data from iTunes Backup File” mode, select your target backup file and click on “Start Scan”.
  • Select the Camera Roll to find the deleted images and click on “Recover”.
  • In the pop-up window, choose a folder to save the recovered iPhone files.

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Mode 3. Restore iPhone 6s/6 Photos from iCloud Backup File

  • Choose “Recover Data from iCloud Backup File” mode and log in your iCloud account
  • Select the backup file including the deleted data and click on “Next”.
  • Tick the target data you need to download and click “OK” to start a scanning.
  • After scanning, select the files you need to recover and click “Recover”.

How to Restore iPhone 6 Photos after deleting from Recently Deleted Folder
Na matter what reasons cause the data loss, iOS 10/9/8 upgrade? Jailbreak? Factory reset? This amazing iOS data recovery tool will help you get back the deleted or lost important data as you hope. If you think this software is good to recover iPhone 6s/6 photos after deleting from Recently Deleted Folder, please recommend it to more people.

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