How to Get Back Deleted Photos from iPod?
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The iPod is a digital media player, which can be used to store photos, audio, video playlist and also the documents. Sometimes unexpected events may occur on your iPod and as a result you will lose photos and other media files from your iPod. For example, you might accidentally delete some nice photos from your iPod before they are transferred to your computer. Later you may not find these pictures in your system and you will regret about it. But still there is a way to recover photos deleted from iPod i.e. digital media recovery software. This advance software is capable to recover image files from iPod 5th generation and many more. To grasp the complete knowledge about picture recovery from iPod 5th generation, visit this link www.digitalmediarecovery.net/ipod-5th-generation-photo.html.
iPod files may get deleted due to various reasons like iPod disk corruption, spyware program, accidentally formatting iPod, virus attack, frozen iPod, etc. Under all these situations the recovery software is capable to recover photos and many more from the iPod. It makes every possible attempt to find deleted photos from iPod. It supports to bring back deleted pictures from all iPod models such as iPod mini, iPod shuffle, iPod classic ad iPod nano. Whether the iPod is a touch screen based or hard drive based, the user can get all possible data after executing the recovery software. This is also suitable to recover files from flash drive as it is designed with various inbuilt recovery modules.
The iPod may become inaccessible due to user mistakes like improper handling of iPod, detaching iPod from the system while copying data, etc. If your iPod is corrupted because of such reasons, you cannot access photos and all other information from your iPod. Sometimes you may get an error like “drive need to be formatted”. Then the iPod cannot allow you to access or store files on it, until it is formatted. But the formatting of the iPod may result in loss of all old files. No matter whether the iPod disk is formatted or corrupted, you can get back all data from it. The iPod recovery is very simple by using the third party software. If you want to get back deleted pictures from your computer, then just go here - http://www.digitalmediarecovery.net/how-can-i-find-deleted-pictures-on-my-computer.html.
The iPod recovery software has the following advanced features.
- Performs fast recovery of deleted photos, music files and videos from iPod. Know more about deleted video recovery from hard drive, USB flash drive, pen drive, iPod, etc.
- Recovers all deleted files with full accuracy and the recovered file type is very easy to identify
- Helps to verify the quality of the recovered photo before restoration
- Provides data recovery solutions when the iPod is showing exclamation mark and iPod having sync issues with iTunes.
- Compatible with all Apple iPod models
- Select the appropriate recovery mode based on the severity of data loss situation
- Easy to understand the graphical user interface
You can also test the working and features of this software by downloading the demo version of this software. The demo version can be executed to get the preview of recovered items but it doesn’t allow to save them. In order to save the recovered files, you should purchase the full version of this software. This software can help you to select any place to put the recovered photos.
Steps to recover deleted photos from iPod
Step1: First connect your iPod to the system where the recovery software is installed. Click "Recover Photos" option from the main screen. Then click on “Recover Deleted Photos” option from the Window as shown in Fig A.
Fig A: Recover Deleted Photos
Step2: Now select your iPod disk that is displayed on the next Window. Then continue by clicking on the next arrow button as shown in Fig B.
Fig B. Select Drive
Step3: Now you will get the list of recovered pictures, which you can see based on their file signatures by using “File Type View” option as shown in Fig C.
Fig C. View Recovered Media Files