How to Recover Deleted JPG/JPEG Files
JPG (JPEG) is the most common file format for images. Many digital cameras will take photos in JPG format by default. And the majority of graphics you could download online are JPG files, as JPG has a quicker page load time due to its relatively smaller file size. There should be lots of JPG images saved on your computer or other storage devices in everyday use. However, they may get lost unexpectedly sometimes. If those lost JPG files mean a lot to you, guess you would desperately want to get them back.*
Is it JPEG File Recovery Possible?*
After a JPEG file is deleted, formatted or disappeared, it is not totally erased at once. Each JPEG file has a pointer which indicates the operating system where the image starts and ends. Deletion or formatting only removes the pointer and marks the sectors that contain the JPEG as reusable for new data. You can recover a JPEG file before the sectors are occupied by new files. So stop adding files to the drive where your JPEG files are lost to increase the recovery rate. Meanwhile, time is urgent, please find a way to restore data as quickly as possible.
How to Recover Deleted JPG/JPEG Files from Hard Drive, SD Card, Memory Card, USB, etc
You need a professional software to help you and we recommend you*Yolisoft Photo Recovery*here. It is widely used to recover lost photos, videos, and audios from different storage media. Picture formats it supported include .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .tif, .bmp, .gif, .ico, .psd, .raw and more. Download the software on your computer and follow the steps here to undelete JPG files. *
Step 1. Start the program, and you will see the clear user-interface. Hit the function of "Recover Photo".
Step 2. Choose one disk to scan. If the lost JPG files are previously stored on an external memory, please connect it to computer first and the program will detect it.*
Step 3. Select to scan "JPG" files only in the "Advanced Scan" option. You can also skip this step to scan all multimedia files.
Step 4. After the scan finishes, preview the JPG files. Put a tick before the ones you need and retrieve them.
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