MacBook Pro Photo Recovery to Retrieve Deleted Photos on Mac
It is known that MacBook was a famous brand of Macintosh notebook computers produced by Apple. Although many people complaint about the expensive price, it has been one of the best-selling laptop of any brand in the industry. It feels great and comes with a large number of advanced features, such as solid, sturdy and clean design, great hardware with excellent quality control, Mag Safe Power Adapter, unibody construction, OSX, excellent LCD displays and so on. What’s more, you can get convenient and guaranteed protection on MacBook. you can easily find out an Apple store to fix your laptop in a few days or hours without shipping it back to service center because Apple’s store are almost everywhere available in the US. Meanwhile, with a free apple sticker, you can put on the back window of your car. Thanks to those innovative features, MacBook has been more and more popular among young people who go for fashion.
As apple fans, you may prefer to restore your data in our MacBook for convenience, like photos. However, sometimes you may accidentally make your photos deleted due to various reasons, like wiping trash bin before restoring photos via click put back button, wrong disconnection of the external storage media from MacBook while the transfer process is going on, hitting “Command+Shift+Delete” buttons to wipe trash bin without checking. You will also lose your photos if those data are corrupted, formatted, virus infected etc. It will be worse if those deleted photos have recorded a large number of precious memories, which are pretty precious and important to most people. Meanwhile, you can no longer take the same pictures for a second chance. What if the problem occurs? Have you figure out a solution to recover your precious but deleted photos? Is it possible to retrieve those important data?
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Fortunately, the deleted photos haven’t been missing when you delete them. They are just missing seemingly. What you need is an effective picture recovery tool to get back your deleted pictures. Mac photo recovery like Coolmuster Data Recovery for Mac or its Windows version of Coolmuster Data Recovery or is exactly the magic software, which seems simple, but will make you surprise. As a matter of fact, mac photo recovery can retrieve all kinds of lost data which is deleted, formatted, corrupted, virus infected, etc. on MacBook Pro, USB drive, mobile phone, MP3/MP4 players and more storage devices. You just need to run the software and detect the right drive from which photos have been deleted and scan the entire drive. As a result, those precious photos in JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, along with music, videos and documents from your MacBook will be displayed and recovered. You can preview all your photos to confirm selection before saving, which is extremely convenient and saves time.
Download the free trial version of the MacBook photos recovery for Mac utility to have a try.
How to Recover Deleted/Lost Photos from MacBook Pro?
Step 1. Launch the program and select a recovery mode
Download and install the photo recovery software for your MacBook Pro. Run it and you will be popped up with its primary interface like below. Four data recovery options are provided: Deleted Recovery, Format Recovery, Raw Recovery and Partition Recovery. Choose the suitable recovery mode and click on the button of "Next".
Step 2. Scan the drive where you lost photos
All the Mac partitions and drivers are detected and displayed on the main interface. Choose the volume you need to recover photos from, highlight it and click the "Scan" button to start scanning data in it.
Step 3. Preview and start recovering your wanted photos
After the scan, all found files and folders will be scanned out and displayed for you. Preview and locate the lost photos you want to recover. Make them checked and then, you can click on the "Recover" button, select a folder from your Mac or other storage device to save the recovered photos.
To avoid recovered photos from being overwritten, please select a new volume to keep them. Never save them to the same drive where you lost them before.