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I have seen some file hiding softwares like AudioManager. For a basic user it seems to provide great functionality. Others cannot access the files that you hide and other apps don't generally display those files in their lists. nBut for someone who has been using android since e a while all you have to do is hunt the folder where the hidden files are stored. And using software like disk usage it bes very easy to find the folder which occupy some suspicious space. nSo basically it doesn't matter what software you use. You cannotpletely encrypt your files. nI hide my files by simply creating a .nomedia file in the directory that I wanna hide. Simple isn't it?
Hi mate Have youe across Google Lens? It a new feature from Google. Basically It an tool which ispletely managed and organized by Google AI (Arificial Intelligence). Still the feature is in Beta mode. But still you can use it from the Google Assistant or Google Photos by selecting your Photo from the Gallery. Hope this helped you. No need of any additional third-party application
Recover Deleted WhatsApp Photo From Android Devices Step 1 Download the Android Photo Recovery tool and install it on yourputer. Connect your phone to yourputer using USB cable. Step 2 Now you will have to enable USB Debugging; this is must for recovering your deleted photos. Follow the onscreen instruction to do this debugging process. Step 3 Now the scanning process is ready to begin; you will have click on Next . If you have rooted your device so you should click Allow on your phone then go back to theputer and click on Start on the screen. Step 4 You will now need to select the file that needs to be recover. Here you can select WhatsApp files and attachment then click Next . Step 5 You will now be prompted with option to select the scan . I always rmend scanning only for Scan for Deleted Files. Step 6 This photo recovery software will start with the scanning process and will list down all the deleted WhatsApp pictures. All you will need to do is to go through the list of images and preview them. If those are the files that needs to be retrieve then you can preview it and then recover it. I hope this article helps to recover deleted WhatsApp photos from Android devices. Try our free trial version of our software and test its awesome features. If you have any question then do let us know bymenting.
If you have backed up your chats then only you can recover your old message. How to make Whatsapp Backups There are several steps to do this. It is very simple just follow the below steps. Launch WhatsApp on your phone. Click on Settings . Click on Chat Backup . Select the account from the available options. If you want to add a new account then tap Add Account. 7. Click Allow . 8. Click Back Up Over . Tap Wifi for backing up the chats through Wifi . Tap Wifi Or Cellular for backing up the chats through Wifi Or Cellular . After Succesful Setup you can tap on Backup for backing up the chats. How to restore WhatsApp Chats First of all launch your WhatsApp to restore your WhatsApp chats. A screen will appear in which you have to tap on Agree And Continue to proceed for next step. Enter the mobile number for which you want to restores your WhatsApp chats. Now in this step you need to verify your entered mobile number. If it wrong you can tap on edit to correct the mobile number. After that a verification process is started in which an OTP is sent to the entered mobile number. Enter the OTP to verify your mobile number and proceed to the next step. Now at this step you can see there is an option to Restore your chats. Tap on restore to store your previously back up chats or if you want to start with a new or fresh you can tap on Skip. Now you can see that your chat data is ready to restore and your other data such as images and videos will be restored after your message restore. When all the chats are restored you can see that your number of messages stored and your media will be restored in the background. Here you can see that your media is restoring. Now you can start using your WhatsApp with the oldest chats.
First off if someone sends an email from Gmail to you using a web client the only IP address you can get from mail headers is a Google server. Not the web client IP address. Sort of pointless. Let say you discover an IP address that you believe is not a Google server that originated the email. What does that get you? Well you likely have an IP address which is owned by the ISP and any location you might get from this would be where the ISP is not their customer. How can you get the address of the customer? Basically you cannot. You would need to obtain the internal IP address of the customer from the ISP - they have logs which will tell them this. Then you need the account information for that account. You can get that without a court order demanding information from the ISP. Let say you receive an email that says On Tuesday at 1 AM I am going to kill you. The email goes on to specify where this will take place and how you can do nothing to stop it. You have a credible threat (maybe) and the police would certainly be interested in hearing about this. If you are killed on Tuesday this would be used as evidence in tracking down your killer. Before Tuesday you have a threat and the police don really do threats just lawbreaking. There is no law against threatening someone although you can probably sue them in civil court. How about someone threatening to showpromising pictures to your spouse or co-workers. Might be interesting - but the time it is going to take to try to get information about who sent this email will likely reveal that it is a hoax trying to get you to send money immediately without thinking much about it. Could you track them down with the right legal assistance? Probably. Many people think they are immune from being found only to have a process server knocking on their door. The problem is it takes time effort and money to get the wheels rolling on such an effort to track someone down. Can you just plug in an IP address and get an arrow pointing to their current location? No. Anyone telling you different is lying to you to get you to pay them money for something they cannot deliver.
You can only restore your long time ago deleted chats if you have the backups of the old messages. If you don know how to do that then just backup your current messages in WhatsApp. Now head forward to Files Storage (maybe SD card or internal storage). You will see a folder Databases. Copy the folder in somewhere else. This is the folder of backup chats. Now suppose you deleted all chats after copying backups & used WhtsApp for suppose 3 months. Now you want to restore the backups. Copy the databases folder in WhatsApp directory by replacing the current databases folder. From settings clear data of WhatsApp application. Temporarily log out from your google account (to avoid restoring google drive backups which are newer ones). Now log into WhatsApp & restore chats. After restoring chats you can log in back into Google account. Please note when you restore the old backups the new chats will not appear there.
If you don't own the rights for the content you risk being sued for potentially all your earnings the total cost of both sides legal fees and a hefty fine and losing your reputation in app stores and online. Is it worth it? Source content from reputable suppliers or directly from the content owners and get agreements in writing for the exact use you intend to use them for.
There seem to be online OCR (optical character recognition) sites that might do what you want. I d online OCR into Google and i2OCR - Free Online OCR was one that came up. It seems to work OK as the attached screenshot shows. The original s under s 786 892