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Saturday, 19 January 2019

How To Recover Deleted Photo From Your Device

This month's update to DiskDigger for Windows is all about performance, stability, and reliability. When it comes to recovering your data, DiskDigger is more dependable than ever, thanks to these improvements:
  • Better fault tolerance against drives that have errors, e.g. bad sectors, controller malfunctions, etc.  The program will respond to a wider range of errors, and will allow you to continue past the error, or stop and recover any files that it has found so far.
  • Steamlined disk access and caching, which allows for optimized performance when scanning and recovering files.
  • Improved efficiency when recovering certain types of files, including .JPG, .DOC, and .ZIP.
In other news, DiskDigger for Android has improved as well, with the ability to enter Cleanup mode at any time during the scan, by first pressing the Pause button. Enjoy
Following up on the new "Clean up" feature introduced earlier to DiskDigger for Android, I'm happy to introduce another brand new feature that adds a related capability: wiping free space. This is useful for ensuring that your deleted files (which are now considered free space in your device's memory) will no longer be recoverable, even with tools like DiskDigger.
The new "Wipe free space" feature can be accessed directly from the main screen of the DiskDigger app (underneath the selections of Basic Scan and Full Scan). It can also be accessed while performing a Full Scan by tapping the "Clean up" button.
Like the "Clean up" feature, the "Wipe free space" feature is still a bit experimental, so you should be aware of some of its caveats and limitations:

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