iPhone SE does not support external memory card, so all data on an iPhone SE is usually saved to its internal memory. However, iPhone SE internal memory is not a safe place for data storage because you never know what will happen to the device in the next second. In order to prevent unexpected data loss from iPhone SE, Apple has offered two kinds of tools, namely iCloud and iTunes, with which you can backup your iPhone SE easily. You have to set up your iPhone SE in advance in order to use iTunes or iCloud to make a backup. Otherwise, you cannot restore iPhone SE from backup when data got lost. If so, can you recover iPhone SE from its internal memory without any backup?
You delete some pictures and videos from iPhone SE since it pops up message telling you that iPhone SE internal memory is full? Or you delete some photos or videos by accident from the iPhone SE internal memory? If you realize the mistake immediately, you can restore accidentally deleted pictures and videos from iPhone SE internal memory even without making a backup in advance. iPhone SE has a Recently Deleted album where you can find all recently deleted photos and videos. Before deleting all images and videos permanently from the Recently Deleted album, you can simply restore deleted pictures and video files from this album to the iPhone SE internal memory.
Launch Photos App on iPhone SE > click Album > click Recently Deleted > select the files you want to restore and then click Recover button
1. Recovering deleted photos and videos from Recently Deleted album is only available for iOS devices that run iOS 8 and later version.
2. You can only recover photos and videos which were deleted within 30 days. You are not able to recover other types of files like emails, text messages, contacts, etc from the Recently Deleted Album.
If you need to recover other types of files after deleting from iPhone SE internal memory, this article will share solution later.
An iPhone SE might be damaged due to many reasons. Generally speaking, your iPhone SE might suffer physical damage in which situation the device is not recognized by any device. Or the iPhone SE might be corrupted and all data stored on the internal memory of iPhone SE is no longer accessible.
It is hardly impossible to recover data from a physically damaged iPhone SE if you did not backup the device to any other place in advance. Usually, an iPhone SE might be physically damaged after falling to ground or water, etc. In this situation, you may refer to data recovery from damaged iPhone SE.
In addition to physical damage, your iPhone SE might suffer other issue and stop working normally. For example,
When you are unable to read data from a corrupted iPhone SE without any backup, you can use data recovery for iPhone to deep scan the device so as to search all inaccessible data. If you deleted iCloud backup or iTunes backup by mistake, you can also rely on this software to scan iCloud or iTunes to restore lost backup data.