1. kklemn's Avatar
    I'm an *****, and formatted my phone and forgot all my vacation photos from this week were on it. can you recommend a data recovery tool??
    is it even possible?
    05-14-2015 03:54 PM
  2. RumoredNow's Avatar
    I'm sorry... Not possible.

    Did you save any of them to OneDrive? Did you know you now earn an extra 15GB on OneDrive for letting it save your Camera Roll?

    Bummer about your pics. Hope some/all of them are in the cloud.
    05-14-2015 04:50 PM
  3. kklemn's Avatar
    ah.. none of them went to the cloud.. :/ oh well.
    05-16-2015 03:35 PM
  4. manus31's Avatar
    I'm an *****, and formatted my phone and forgot all my vacation photos from this week were on it. can you recommend a data recovery tool??
    is it even possible?
    Its possible,but you would need to get your hands on a good digital forensics acquisition tool to capture an image of your phone memory.It would probably cost too much and require a bit more technical ability than an average user would have.Not a lot of tools support windows phone,but some do.I know of one,belkasoft .I dont know if a free trial is available or not,but I can tell you that I've done my degree in digital forensics,and these tools can be quite tricky to use.You need to know a fair bit on digital forensics processes,which typically require image acquisition of the memory and alalysis and recovery from the image.There are some great tools out there if you can find a free trial and a decent tutorial,you just might get your pictures back
    05-16-2015 04:24 PM
  5. RumoredNow's Avatar
    Its possible,but you would need to get your hands on a good digital forensics acquisition tool to capture an image of your phone memory.It would probably cost too much and require a bit more technical ability than an average user would have.Not a lot of tools support windows phone,but some do.I know of one,belkasoft .I dont know if a free trial is available or not,but I can tell you that I've done my degree in digital forensics,and these tools can be quite tricky to use.You need to know a fair bit on digital forensics processes,which typically require image acquisition of the memory and alalysis and recovery from the image.There are some great tools out there if you can find a free trial and a decent tutorial,you just might get your pictures back
    Short Answer... It IS rocket science and that's why I didn't give the long answer.
    05-16-2015 07:40 PM

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