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Recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy S5

Aid file undelete recovery software for recovering deleted files, such as MS Office documents (Word Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) types (doc, docx, ppt, pptx, xls, xlsx, pst, etc.) photos (JPG, PNG, ICON, TIF, BMP, RAF, CR2 ) from Samsung Galaxy S5 

Files are quite likely to be recovered if no new data are fed into this partition. If deleted files and directories were stored in a system disk, we suggest shutting down your computer at once and removing your hard drive to another computer to recover your data. It is because that new data may be fed into the system disk at any time (new files written from virtual memory or other application programs may cover and damage the deleted files). If the deleted files were stored in the system disk, it is recommended to close the running application and not view files in explorer to prevent feeding any new files. For example, when you open a directory containing image files, the system will write new Thumb.db files into your partition and damage your deleted data. 

Samsung's Galaxy S5 excels at everything that matters -- Android 4.4 KitKat OS; a bright, beautiful display; blistering quad-core processor; and an excellent camera experience. In addition, Samsung's efforts to streamline its own custom interface and reduce pre-installed bloatware pay off. 

When it designed the Galaxy S5, Samsung didn't stray too far for inspiration. Indeed, from the front, you can barely tell the Galaxy S4 and S5 apart. The S5's rounded rectangle is stamped from the same steep-sided, silvery-trimmed mold as the S4's, but with an ever-so-slightly more capsule-shaped central home button. 

The GS5 is only a fraction larger than the Galaxy S4: it measures 5.59 inches tall by 2.85 inches wide by 0.32-inch deep, or 142mm by 72.5mm by 8.1mm; and it weighs 5.1 ounces, or 145 grams. Even though the extra hardware makes it a little taller and heavier than the Galaxy S4, I had no problem carting it around. Even outside my ridiculously heavy purse, which is usually home to at least two phones and a jumble of weighty items, the S5 stayed put in the back pocket of my skinny jeans, and stayed wedged in my hand during several-mile jogs. (Full disclosure: I may have also had a death grip on it.) 

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