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How to Recover Lost Photos on Android Marshmallow
EaseUS MobiSaver for Android supports 100% Android Marshmallow data recovery. Download it to recover photos on Android Marshmallow lost due to Marshmallow update.
Lost Pictures After Android Marshmallow 6.0 Update
"Good news is that my Galaxy S7 got Android 6.0 Marshmallow as soon as it released, whereas I also got a bad news. After updating the system, all of my photos and videos are gone, disappeared without a trace. I tried to search the loss using installed apps like Google photo and file manager, no luck. All previous updates were done smoothly without any problems, so why 6.0 Marshmallow deletes my photos?"
Many Android users found themselves losing media files after updating to the major system, while apps, contacts, messages, and memo files are still kept well. This is one of the file deletion problems that bothers people, who tried Marshmallow update on Android phone and tablets in success but always with some cost paid.
If you find a fine Android data recovery tool, the anxiety can be greatly reduced. EaseUS MobiSaver for Android supports 100% Android Marshmallow data recovery, and every user can download and apply the software to recover data after Android Marshmallow update.
Recover Photos on Android Marshmallow with EaseUS MobiSaver for Android
How many photos have you lost by upgrading Android OS? EaseUS MobiSaver for Android would help bring them all back. It does a great favor for every Android user who are in demand of recovery of photos, videos, even contacts, WhatsApp messages, notes, browser history, cached data and some unknown file formats. Learn how to start Android photo recovery from Marshmallow update.
STEP 1. Connect correctly your Android set which lost photos from 6.0 Marshmallow update to a Windows PC.
STEP 2. Wait patiently While EaseUS MobiSaver for Android is scanning the device, analyzing data and finding the lost photos for you.
STEP 3. After the scan is over, all the photos lost after Marshmallow update will be found and listed out. Click "Recover" and restore them to the computer.
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