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How to Recover Galaxy S4 Photos and Videos to Mac OS X (Mavericks included)

Samsung Galaxy S4

(5 November 2013) Galaxy S4 is the fastest-selling Android smartphone in Samsung’s history. Upon its release, Samsung has since sold more than 40 million units until 23 October, 2013. The Galaxy S4 comes with either 16GB, 32GB, 64GB of internal storage, which can be supplemented with up to an additional 64GB with a microSD card slot.

Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a 13MP sensor, which enables you to get really great shots no matter what the framing. You can take a picture of a landscape one minute, then get an extreme close up of a daffodil the next, and the Galaxy S4 camera will handle both with aplomb. A number of clever modes can be chosen by tapping the “Mode” button.

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Recover Galaxy S4 Photos to Mac

Samsung Galaxy S4 is able to play various video and audio files with different codecs, including MPEG4, H.264, H.263, DivX, VC-1, VP8, WMV7/8, MP3, AMR-NB/WB, AAC/AAC+/eAAC+, WMA, OGG, FLAC, AC-3, apt-X. So there must be some videos and audio files stored in your Galaxy S4 as well as JPEG pictures. Due to unexpected reason, you may lose your important multimedia files. Don’t worry about it, with Galaxy Recovery for Mac, you can recover deleted, lost or formatted files from Samsung Galaxy S4 microSD memory card.

 

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Step by step to recover deleted photos from Galaxy S4

1: Unmount SD card to safely remove it from your Galaxy S4, then insert it into a card reader or an adapter to make sure your Mac can read it.

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2: Launch Galaxy S4 Photo Recovery for Mac, the software will recognize the microSD card as an external storage media, select it and start scan.

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3: The scanned photos, videos and music files will be displayed according to the file types. Now, you can preview and recover the needed files to Mac by specifying the location.

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