Large internal memory has become common on most smartphones today. As a result, many Android users don’t use SD card and some manufacturers even cancel extendable memory slot on some models. However, Android internal memory data recovery is far more difficult than memory card data recovery. If you delete photos or files from your handset internal memory without backup, many people will tell you they are forever gone, but actually iReparo Android Data Recovery can help you to get them back.

Android Phone Internal Memory Data Recovery Tool

iReparo Android Data Recovery can recover data from Android phone internal memory as well as external storage. It supports contacts, text messages, call logs, photos, audios, videos, documents, WhatsApp and Viber, and is compatible with most Android devices, like Samsung, HTC, LG, Google, Motorola, Sony, OnePlus and Huawei, including the new Samsung S7, LG V20 and Google Pixel.

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More Features of iReparo Android Data Recovery:

* It is super easy to use. The program will guide you through the whole procedure.
* It offers many filtering options for file type and format, which can save much time.
* It can recognize most Android phones and tablets in no time.
* It allows full and free preview for recoverable data and files.
* The recovered files are saved in multiple formats and high quality for further use.

How to Recover Deleted Photos and Files from Android Internal Storage

Step 1. Install and run iReparo Android Data Recovery.

Recover Deleted Photos and Files from Android Internal Storage

Step 2. Click Multimedia and select format filter options. Then click Back.

iReparo Android Data Recovery

Step 3. Click All to proceed.
Step 4. Connect your phone to computer and let the program identify it.
Step 5. Click Start to scan your device.
Step 6. Preview and Recover files and photos from Android phone internal memory.

Recover Deleted Photos and Files from Android Internal Storage

When the recovery is complete, the program will lead you to the exported folder and you can view all your data in the subfolders. If you have any problem, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below or contact us.

Tip: If you are using Windows 10 PC, and your device can’t be identified, please read this article: How to Fix Windows 10 Doesn’t Recognize Android Phone Problem.