To error is human and therefore, we generally ensure we have some sort of fail-safes to watch our steps. There are a few mistakes that you can easily rectify but then there are the other types from which you might not recover, or even if you were to recover, it might take many days. Take a document you were working on for months as an instance. Press the delete button while the wrong file was chosen, and all that you accomplished for quite a long time is gone in a whoosh.
Fortunately, on the off chance that it was your PC, the Recycle Bin would have gone about as your safeguard and you could have effortlessly recouped the document with no issues. Just a right-click and select the restore option. Be that as it may, imagine a scenario in which it was your Android telephone from which you erased your file?As there is no safeguard system on Android, it would have been too hard for you to redo the entire work.
So you see, that it is so essential to have a backup alternative and as there is no default option provided in Android, we are going to show you how you can get the recycle bin choice on your Android. Well, not just one, but three applications that will cover everything, your media, videos and documents and ensure that you can easily revert back from mistakes.
1. Google Photos
For what I trust, Google Photos is the good thing that ever happened to phone display. You get unlimited online backup storage alongside simplicity of finding a photograph. The animation, effects, auto movies and stories makes things even better and if you are a Google Photo user, you can make sure that Google will always have your back when it comes to photographs and videos.
The photographs that are backup up to the Google server never get erased erased directly when you select the specific alternative. Instead, they are moved to junk where they stay for as long as 60 days and then get erased for all time. If in these 60 days you make up your mind that you wish to reestablish the photographs, it can be done effortlessly. The one thing you ought to note here is that the photos which are backed up to the Google Servers are moved to garbage. The photographs that are on your gadget get deleted consequently.
2.ES File Explorer
So that was how you can protect your photos and videos. Let’s now have a look at how to make a fail-safe recycle bin for other file type and for that, you should install a third-party file manager called the ES File Explorer. The application is a full-fledged file manager and there’s so much that you can do with it. When compared to the default file explorer, the ES File Explorer accompanies a lot of features and recycle bin is one of such alternatives. The Recycle Bin alternative can be enabled from the left sidebar and once enabled you are secured.
Any file you delete utilizing the ES File Explorer will be moved to the Recycle Bin before it’s deleted permanently following a couple days. If necessary, you can tap on the recycle bin choice and restore these files to the previous location. The choice works for any file type but only works as long as you are utilizing ES File Explorer. ES File Explorer is a great file manager but might give you a lot of secreted advertisements in the form of application recommendations. If you truly like the application you can buy the ad-free pro version for $2.99.
3. Dumpster Image & Video Restore
The above two applications need you to delete files utilizing the specific application in order to be able to restore them. But then there is this application called Dumpster that works all over your Android and collects the deleted files in the recycle bin of the application. The Dumpster works on images, videos, audio, pdf, zip, mp3, mp4, ppt, doc, avi, mpg, jpg, rar and all common file types.
You can also preview the media files straight from the dumpster before recuperating them just so that you can see that you reestablish the correct file. The files in dumpster can be set to auto-clean in 1 week, 1 month or even 3 months, yet ensure you delete them or you will never have free space even after deleting files on your gadget.
The latest version also supports applications and lets you recover any applications that you have accidently uninstalled. The application will not have the data associated, but then you won’t have to download it once more from the Play Store. The pro version of the application provides you an ad-free experience and furthermore let your backup the files to the clouds.
These Apps Got You Covered
The three applications will got you covered on Android and make sure that you can revert back effortlessly by accidentally deleting any important files. Now there might be some applications that might claim to work as recycle bin on the Play Store, but I have rested almost all of them and these three are the best you can get at the moment.