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How to Restore Deleted Photos on Your iPhone or iPad

A picture is worth a thousand memories behind them which are far from forgotten. Looking back the old family photos is actually a “feel-good” way to live back in the past again.

As technology evolves, all these albums are replaced by folders in photo apps on our computer’s hard disk. Accidentally deleting these photos results in a huge loss. But nowadays, various operating systems provide different ways to retrieve these pictures within their specific predefined time and space constraints. Actually, all the photo apps provide numerous features which need to be overlooked in detail, but mostly ignored by the user.

These techniques for recovery of files increase with the advancement in iOS. In windows, there is a Recycle Bin option to retrieve those pictures, but it fails when these files are deleted directly from the flash drives.

How to Restore Deleted Photos on Your iPhone or iPad

iOS 8, provides an easy way to restore deleted photos on your iPhone or iPad while keeping the condition of predefined time constraint. The procedure is very simple:

  1. Open the photo application on your phone.
  2. In the main menu, you will find all the different albums saved.
  3. By scrolling down, you will find a folder with the name of ‘Recently Deleted’ which will be containing all the pictures you have deleted in the last 30 days.
  4. Select the picture and tap on the Recover button on the bottom navigation. For multiple photos, there is the option to recover all photos back too.

Do keep in mind the time constraint, all the pictures deleted a month ago will no longer be retrieved.

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This phone case lets an iPhone run Android

Nick Lee, a developer famous under his name for putting weird and wacky operating systems on Apple gadgets has after including Windows 95 on an iPhone, worked his way into bringing a full fledged version of Android to an iPhone, a very long shot though!
However this high tech advancement comes with a slight catch. You’d have to own a special, 3D-printed smartphone case to avail what Lee worked his technicalities for.

To make this work, Lee cloned the Android Open Source Project (ASOP) and accustomed a version of Android Marshmallow that he could run on a self bought board. Next up, he created a lightweight case enclosed in a 3D enclosure that he had got printed in the size of an iPhone. The case combined the board, a battery, a boost converter and a resistor. The first draft turned out to be not any less heavier than a brick and looked like something Phone stores would sell, say, 15 years ago or so.

This phone case lets an iPhone run Android

But after progressively working on the design, Lee slimmed it down to craft an enclosure not any larger than the usual smartphone battery case wherein he included HDMI openings, USB ports and an SD card slot. The YouTube demonstration pretty much explains the entire procedure including the slipping over on a light plastic sheet upon the components before the placement of the iPhone is done on top.

This phone case lets an iPhone run Android 2

Lee works as a CTO in Tendigi, a mobile design and development studio in Brooklyn and uses their IOS app to communicate with the case as well as load his customized Android version on an iPhone 6S’s display. No wonder he was able to boot Android by customizing the Tendigi App on the iPhone’s Home Screen.

The task took too many a days and practically fell over the edge, but the fascination to take up and look over the intricacies of the task was more than worth the time and effort.

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