How can I reset my iPhone 6?

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I accidentally deleted photos and pictures in my iPhone 6, and they also got removed from the "recently deleted". They don't seem to be in iCloud and I don't know what to do at this point. Is there a way to reset my iPhone one day earlier or to acquire those videos and photos I've lost? Please and thank you!

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  • Subhendu Sen
    If the photos are not synced with iCloud then probably recovery is not possible. You can try with some 3rd party tool(s) but chances are very few.
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  • ToddN2000
    If no cloud back up or backup to another system, like a PC, you are probably out of luck unfortunately. If you happened to have sent the pictures / videos to anyone or your friends or posted them on social media you may be able to get some of them back. Best of luck.
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  • TheRealRaven
    No help for this, but maybe for a future need.

    First thing NOT to do is ask in a general IT internet forum; post in an iPhone 6 forum where there's a better chance of catching someone with appropriate knowledge. Second thing NOT to do is use "Help please, this is urgent!" as a subject; use a subject like "How can I reset my iPhone 6?" as this thread was updated to show; almost everybody thinks their posts are 'urgent', but you need to attract the attention of someone who knows your subject matter. "Urgent" with no info could mean 'my office is on fire' or 'I'm choking' or 'black helicopters are on my roof'. You don't have any idea who might choose to read (or ignore) your post.

    For your question, a 'reset' almost certainly isn't what you want. And without backup, the items are likely lost unless you give an iPhone expert physical access. Even then, it's probably not worth the effort since success isn't likely.

    Always backup if you want to keep stuff. Otherwise the assumption is that it's not important enough to protect. Far too many bits pass through devices for them to track/save everything, and no device is smart enough to figure out what's important to you.
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