DiskDigger lets users recover their images. If a user accidentally deletes a photo of them, they can recover it and then save the image in the device’s internal memory with DiskDigger.
Using Disk Digger
The app is really easy to use. All users of the app need to do is select the partition on the phone they want to recover from and then press the “Scan” heading button. This whole process takes from a few seconds to a few minutes, depending on the size of the parathon mentioned. As soon as the app runs, the user will then be able to see the images found through the app.
Format of files recovered by DiskDigger
You can save the recovered photos in PNG and JPG format only. As with the Pro version of DiskDigger, it allows users to recover photos and videos as well. You can see more information about the format Diskigiger’s official website.
In addition to saving files to internal memory, users can also upload these files directly to cloud storage. If the device is not rooted, the DiskDigger application will only perform a limited scan. It will search for deleted photos by browsing the device’s thumbnails and cache. If the device is rooted, all memory of the device will be searched to find deleted photos. You can use it to root Kingroot.
You can also delete files permanently with the ‘Clean Up’ button. There is also a feature called ‘Wipe Free Space’ which allows you to delete the remaining space on the device so that no deleted files are recoverable.