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Little girl learns that deleted photos are permanently gone, is absolutely shattered

August 12, 2014 | By Abraham | 4 comments

As 4-year-old Cadence was playing with a little camera for her and her brothers, she pushed just the right sequence of buttons to delete a photo. When she realized what she’d done, and that the photo she’d deleted was of her good friend “Uncle Dave,” she was completely undone.

After taking a moment to regain some composure, she wanted to send this message to Dave…

You’ll all be happy to know that Dave delivered and all is now right with the world again.

4 Comments

  1. Michel Grenier says:

    Hello, the photo normally is not deleted on a flash card. You will need Sandisk RescuePro disk to read the pictures on the memory card. The software scan all data on the card then retrieve the picture.

    When you make “delete” or “format” it tell to the memory card that it could record over these photos.

    Thanks

  2. Bob Foy says:

    Hi

    You can get this image back..contact Flashfixers.com, they have a product called Image Recall ” Don’t Panic”, I use it all the time to recover deleted images from our database and for clients who delete by accident too…

    if you need more info, get in touch.

  3. T.Le says:

    Adorable Child – Hey, I’m offering my service to “UN-Delete” the photos for Free- ! Family can contact me and I would be glad to help this adorable child get her favorite Uncle pictures back.

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