Here are two ways I will introduce to you for this. The first one works with you integrated file manager and the second one with RE—Root Explorer, which is widely used by many "root users".
Note: In each way, we will show you how to search the files in both internal storage and SD card.
Part 1: Find Your Photos by Integrated File Manager
Part 2: Search Your Pictures through RE
Part 1: Find Your Photos by Integrated File ManagerStep 1.Open File Manager
Find your application and click it.
Step 2. Enter DCIM
Turn to the "Local" label and you will see this interface. Click "Internal" and then "DCIM". Now, you can see the picture stored in the phone.
Step 3. Enter DCIM in SD Card
Go back to the start and choose "SD card". Search for "DCIM" and click it.
Step 4. Enter Camera
As you can see, there are 526 files in the folder. Tab Camera > Menu Button > Sort by. Tick "Date" and "OK", so that you know which photos are taken in your vocation.
Part 2: Search Your Pictures through REStep 1.Install RE and Launch It
After you have installed the application, open it on the home screen.
Step 2. Go to Storage
The interface is like this. Now we are in Root. Find "storage" and enter it.
Step 3. Go to DCIM in Sdcard0
Then you will have two choices. Let's start with sdcard0. Click it and then "DCIM". By the way, sdcard0 means your internal storage.
Step 4.Show Hidden Files
If you can only see a few files, it is probably because some of them are hidden. To solve this, you need to hit the menu button and tick "Show hidden files".
After this, you should also try "DCIM" in "sdcard1". Go to Storage > sdcard1 > DCIM. It is somewhat similar to the steps above. I am sure you will get it.
Have you find your photos now? In some cases, SD cards of poor quality could cause it. Check it if you still cannot get the files back.