Samsung distinguishes the Galaxy S7 from its curved siblings more than last year. Buyers of the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge + (Reviews | Pictures) may be a bit annoyed as the S7 Edge also effectively replaced it. S7 Edge is certainly a minority, but it is not completely unmanageable. The biggest problem is that the glass is too smooth and the metal edges are too narrow, so that we don’t always feel that we have enough grasp on it.
However, the more ordinary Galaxy S7 looks great to fit in your hands. The curved back and flat sides give us enough control. The front of the glass is still a bit squeezed and has slightly rounded edges that come in contact with the metal as if flowing into the metal.
Since photos take up a lot of space on the Samsung Galaxy S7, in some cases you may delete some important photos that are not intentional, right? Unlike the iPhone, it lets you recover photos that have been mistakenly deleted from recently deleted albums in the Photos app, or gives you the option to recover lost photos from iTunes / iCloud backup, but the Galaxy S7 doesn’t have these options. So what should I do after accidentally deleting photos on Galaxy S7?
Method to recover samsung s7 photos:
If the idea of using backup to retrieve deleted photos on Samsung S7 is not wise for you, or if you have never synced photos, then take a look at Android Data Recovery-this is a simplified way to get Recover lost photos (and screenshots) from built-in memory or the included SD card.
Steps to recover photos from samsung s7:
Step 1: connect the S7 device to the computer
Step 2: Turn on Universal Serial Bus debug mode in S7 (Edge)
Step 3: pinpoint the “gallery” and “picture library” to be scanned
Step 4: preview photos and restore them from S7 to computer