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I want to get back my deleted picture in my mobile phone, how ?

Posted on 2007-03-31
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Hello,

My Mobile phone is SonyEricsson K800i . I have a picture in the mobile phone but I deleted by wrong.

Can I get it back ? and how ? please, help.
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Question by:mb4ever
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by:Kitezh
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Where the images stored on a SD Memory card? If so take out the card and and place in in a card reader for your PC. To recover the images use this software :

http://www.pcinspector.de/file_recovery/uk/welcome.htm

Its free and I have had occasion to use it before when I deleted images from my own memory card for my camera. It will recovery most images though some may be lost or may not fully recover all the images.
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by:mb4ever
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Thanks Kitezh for your answer.

but the picture was in the mobile memory. not SD memory.
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Shplad earned 400 total points
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I would guess that if the picture was in the integrated memory of the phone, you
would need something closer to system-level access to the phone.

There are usually software utilities written by the cellphone manufacturers which are, designed to be used by dealers and technicians to get this type of access. How you
could acquire that would be....an issue.

I'd suggest you ask the question here:
http://www.howardforums.com/forumdisplay.php?s=548d696c1cffb7e9765e276c494dc9df&f=37
as that is probably the best cellphone forum on the Internet

As a last resort, another option might be to hire an electronics technician or enthusiast who, given the right technical specs., should be able to figure out how to interface with that phone, either through its USB or other consumer interface, or at a lower level, through a jtag or other device.

Don't expect to get any info. from Sony/Ericsson though, unless you're a dealer. Those comapnies tend to be very secretive about such information.



Shplad

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by:mb4ever
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Thanks Mr. Shplad,

Thats mean that I can't get it back :(
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by:Shplad
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Whoah! Don't give up yet. You've only got my first opinion. And that's only one guy's opinion.
Wait for some other opinions. I've seen people here at experts-exchange pull rabbits out of
a hat many times.  I apologize for making it sound hopeless. It's not certain yet that you can't
get your file back.

There are a lot of programs out there for different types of data recovery of multimedia
files.  This is one of them.
http://www.objectrescue.com/products/mediarescuepro/
It shows mobile phones on the product page. You might want to check if it could work
with your phone.

We need more information before we can give you a definitive answer. What kind of
file was it?  Was it stored on your SIM card, or the built-in flash memory non-removeable
flash memory of your phone?

If it was on your SIM card, there is software like this you can try.
http://shareme.com/details/sim-card-data-recovery-software.html

If it was on the non-removeable memory in your phone, there may be other options.

Can someone else jump in here re: the latter?


Shplad
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by:mb4ever
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Thanks a lot Mr Shplad.

it was picture. saved in the mobile memory.
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