Follow these steps to retrieve deleted YouTube videos from archive.org (Way Back Machine): Access your YouTube email account to obtain relevant information on previously uploaded videos (including lost or deleted YouTube videos) Select the video information button to view the URL of the deleted YouTube video.
How Recover Permanently Delete YouTube Channel | Recover Your Channel
How To Recover Permanently Deleted Youtube Channel || Get Back Deleted Youtube Channel
I want to show you how to recover a permanently deleted YouTube channel. You can’t undo the deletion of your YouTube channel, but if you’ve dropped your account accidentally or don’t want it anymore, you can delete it.
YouTube has introduced a new feature that allows deleting channels permanently. It’s not possible to restore any information of your channel, like videos or playlists. But you can recover the username (the same username as before) and use it for another channel. I tested this method on YouTube with success; it worked fine for me.
YouTube does not provide any means for data recovery after the deletion of the account. This guide is only applicable to YouTube; you need to use it carefully and at your own risk. If you delete your Google+ profile, the same steps apply, but this method will not help in Google+ deletion.
It may be useful because you want to use the username for another project or something else, not for creating a new channel. You can’t create a new channel with the same username because it’s already taken by someone. But if you follow the below-mentioned steps, you’ll recover the old username (for example myname123) and use that for your future plans.
I’ve gone through these steps during testing; I hope these steps will be helpful.
Please note: You need to use this method carefully and at your own risk. I haven’t encountered any problems with YouTube or Google account, but the last thing I’ll say is: Follow these steps on your own responsibility.
I’m going to show you 4 easy and simple steps to recover/restore a permanently deleted channel:
STEP 1: Delete your old channel.
Go to www.youtube.com and sign in with your Google+ / Gmail account (the same one that you used for creating the original channel). Click here to go directly there. This way, you can delete any existing YouTube channels, even if it’s not yours. You cannot do this by using your Google account on YouTube, you must use the channel that you want to delete.
STEP 2: Recover your old username.
After deleting your channel, the previous owner of the channel has 30 days during which his/her channel can be restored by its original owner (creator). You’ll need this time to recover the channel name – you cannot get it before this time expires.
To get your old channel back, go to https://servicesdirectorygoogle.blogspot.co.il/ and fill out all required fields like username or email . It’s written in Hebrew (like most of my posts) but you don’t need to speak Hebrew; I think there are international versions of these kinds of sites, look for them yourself.
Fill the form, click submit and within 5 minutes you should receive an email with YouTube channel data.
STEP 3: Recover your channel.
After getting the data, go to www.youtube.com/channels (just like in step 1) and sign in with your Google+ / Gmail account (the same one that you used for creating the original channel). Click here. After signing in, click on the link “END DATE” which is located next to the channel name (at this time it’s 30 days after deletion of your channel). You’ll see a page like this one :
If it’s still 30 days until the deletion of your old deleted channel, enter username/email recovery and press the “RECOVER CHANNEL” button. You’ll need to enter your password or find another way to prove that it’s yours (like the recovery email). After you’ve done so, you should see a confirmation message like this one :
Your deleted channel will be available within a few minutes after pressing the recover channel button. Go back to www.youtube.com/channels and sign-in with your Google+ / Gmail account (the same one that you used for creating the original channel). After signing in, click on the link “END DATE” which is located next to the channel name (at this time it’s 30 days after deletion of your channel), press the “RECOVER CHANNEL” button again because it’s still 30 days until deletion of your old deleted channel. You’ll see a confirmation message like this one:
Your old channel will be available within a few minutes after pressing the recover channel button. This time you should have full access to your account again.
STEP 4: Change the username & delete the restored channel.
Now it’s time to change your username to something you prefer and delete the restored channel – don’t worry, you’ll get all videos from that old deleted channel back into your main YouTube account as a playlist. To do so, go to www.youtube.com/channels (just like in step 1) and sign in with your Google+ / Gmail account (the same one that you used for the original channel). Click here. After signing in, click on the link “CHANGE USERNAME” which is located next to the channel name (at this time it’s your username or email that you used for the original channel), and change the old and boring username to something more cool. Don’t forget to press the ‘SAVE’ button 😉
After changing the username, please delete the re-obtained YouTube channel by clicking on the link “DELETE CHANNEL” which is located next to the channel name (at this time it’s your newly changed username). If everything went well, everything should be restored like when you first created your YouTube account:
Voila! You were able to restore a deleted YouTube channel. Just follow 1 through 4 above for every channel you want to restore. If you encounter any issues while trying to get your username & channel back.
To recover your Google account, go to the account recovery page and choose “I’m having other issues signing in.” Then follow the instructions on the screen. Once you’ve restored your Google account, you should be able to automatically restore your YouTube account without any additional effort on your part.
Unfortunately, you can’t regain access to a video or a channel once it’s been deleted. The video will no longer be accessible on YouTube after you remove it. The video URL and title will also be removed from the site, making them impossible to find or search for. You’ll have to keep a backup if you want to view it again.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app. Tap Library Trash at the bottom. Select the photo or video you want to recover by tapping and holding it. Select Restore from the drop-down menu at the bottom. The image or video will be restored:
When you delete a channel, the channel URL and name will no longer be visible or searchable in YouTube Analytics. Data relating to the channel, such as watch time, will continue to be part of aggregate reports.
Move to the right-pane and access the ‘Channels’ listing, and the channel will show under the ‘Deleted’ list. Simply, check the ‘Restore’ button marked against it. Confirm the restoration via the prompt-
If you violate one of the community standards, or if one of your videos breaches copyright, you will receive a warning by email and your video will be deleted. Your account may be permanently banned after repeated infractions, for example.
Fortunately, permanently removed files may sometimes be restored. However, there is one limitation to this approach! If you want to recover deleted data in Windows 10, quit using the device right now. Otherwise, data will be overwritten and you will never be able to retrieve your documents again.
To get the URL of a deleted YouTube video, go to the archive.org website and search for it by pasting the URL of the removed YouTube video into the search bar and clicking on browse history.
They weren’t expecting their success, but they were unprepared for the burden that comes with it. Camille said that her channel was deleted because she reacted to a counseling session with a certain brand impulsively.
Select “Settings,” then select “Applications & Notifications” from the drop-down menu. Scroll down and tap the YouTube app (you may need to click “All apps,” “App info,” or “See all apps” if it isn’t listed). Tap “Uninstall,” then press OK to confirm your choice, and finally say goodbye to YouTube.
Deleting videos removes all SEO authority linked to that video. There is no method to transfer it. You may get an error message if you delete links in locations where your video is embedded or linked: “There was a problem deleting one or more files.”
Go to www.youtube.com/gaia_link and fill in your YouTube login information. nEnter your YouTube username and password in the box on the left. If you can’t recall your previous YouTube password, there is no option to reset it for these accounts.
Find recently deleted applications from your Android phone. When you come upon a vanished application, press on it and then choose Install to have it restored on your phone. The Play Store will once again download the program and install it on your device.
If you still can’t update the YouTube app on your Android device, please uninstall and reinstall it. To remove the software quickly, press the application icon on your Android screen for a few seconds and then choose Uninstall. Then install it from Google Play Store again.