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Hi

Noob question

I accidentally deleted some photos and videos without backing up or synching to the icloud. Is there anyway I can retrieve them?

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It's going to cost you some $$. Take a look at this article: How to recover deleted photos from iPhone It should also work for the deleted videos.
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Check if you have iTunes or iCloud backup of your iPhone first, if you have either of them, then how to recover photo and video from iPhone directly is a simple task.
iTunes and iCloud will automatically back up your iPhone even if have not done it manually:
iCloud automatically backs up the most important data on your iPhone on a daily basis as long as your device is:
Connected to the Internet over Wi-Fi
Connected to a power source
Screen locked
iTunes can create backups of your iPhone automatically when you sync with iTunes (disabled if you have iCloud backup turned on).
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