As the No.1 camera phone, Lumix CM1 is equipped with 1-inch and 20 megapixels CMOS senor, which attracts thousands of amateur photographers. But have you ever imagined what if you lost your favorite pictures due to ROM flash, virus attack, accidental deletion or other various reasons?
Fortunately, I happen to know a well-known tool: Photo Data Recovery Tool for Mac that recovers lost photos from Lumix CM1 as well as messages, contacts, calls, audio, WhatsApp and other files. What’s more, it’s also user-friendly that 3 steps only you can easily restore Lumix CM1 photos. In the following, I’m to show you how to recover Lumix CM1 photos on Mac in a detailed way.
Note: The Photo Data Recovery Tool for Mac is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 106, 10.5 and earlier. If your computer runs on Windows OS, please turn to Photo Data Recovery Tool which is fully compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP.
How to recover lost photos from Lumix CM1 on Mac with ease
First of all, get ready with Photo Data Recovery Tool for Mac and launch it afterwards. Then follow the step-by-step guide beneath to learn how to recover Lumix CM1 photos on Mac.
Step 1: Connect Lumix CM1 to PC through an original USB cable and follow the prompts on the program’s screen to turn on USB storage and enable USB debugging.
Step 2: Then click “Start” and a window would pop up requiring you to select file types that you want to recover from Lumix CM1. To save time, you can check Photos to scan them only. After that, click “Next” to start scanning both lost and still existing images from Lumix CM1.
Step 3: When the scanning process ends, it will display all scanned photos on the primary interface just as the picture shows. Choose your desired images and click “Recover” to restore Lumix CM1 photos to PC.
After a while, all your selected pictures from Lumix CM1 will be retrieved to Mac. BTW, the Android data recovery tool l does more than Lumix CM 1 data recovery: It supports recovering lost files from ALL Android phones including the latest LG G3, Sony Xperia Z3, Samsung Note 4HTC One M8, Google Nexus 10 and Samsung Galaxy S5.