Facebook: How To Retrieve Deleted Messages, Images And Videos

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Basically, Facebook has a feature that can recover deleted messages, images and videos, but not many people are aware of it, hence we will be showing you guys how to do this neat trick Facebook has provided.

There are times that we delete certain messages, photos or videos from our Facebook account, which is unintentional, but once we do, we cannot undo it, it?s gone forever.
But do you know the saying: ?Nothing is lost, until mom can?t find it?? Actually, Facebook CAN retrieve those deleted data, and you can download it.

Just follow these simple steps below on how to recover all your deleted data in Facebook.

First Step: First, you?ll have to click here to open your General Account Settings.

Second Step: After opening your General Account Settings, you?re going to see a Download a copy of your Facebook data in the bottom part of the screen. Click on to it.

Third Step: On the next page, you?re gonna see a Start My Archive button. Click on it and you will be asked to enter your password for security purposes.

Fourth Step: Once you have entered your Facebook password, this message will pop up. ?It may take a little while for us to gather your photos, wall posts, messages, and other information. We will then ask you to verify your identity in order to help protect the security of your account.? Then, click the Submit button.
After that, Facebook is going to generate your personal archive and they will send you a download link for your data in your e-mail ID, which you used to create your Facebook account.

Step Five: Wait for a couple of minutes then check your mail. You are going to see a mail from Facebook in your inbox containing the download link for your data.

Final Step: After you have finished downloading your file, unzip it and you will see all your data including messages, images, videos, friend list, pokes, etc.
The downloaded file will be in .html format, so you will have to open it using your favorite browser. The file will open up in your browser where you?ll be able to access all your Facebook data. Tadaa!!

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