I've installed Adobe Photoshop on Galaxy Tab this week

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During a week I've been creating huge .psd file and I wanted to send it to my customer. But I couldn't do it. At opening .psd I saw: "Is not a valid Photoshop document". I used search engine to get new ideas how to repair psd file, but nothing worth wasn't found by myself.
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Are you sure you are in the right forum Jennifer?

Here is a link to an Adobe thread and their forum. Hope you can get your problem solved.

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/554809
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“I have tried a number of times to recover a Photoshop temp file. It just isn’t worth the effort.”

I look at these results with mixed feelings. On one hand, it seems that photoshop does indeed save a tmp file. On the other hand, its unlikely that I can recover it. So I look in the folder where I was trying to save the file and lo and behold I see a file named ~ps1F4.tmp – I’m still a little leary but what the heck it never hurts to try, right?

Back to Photoshop, File > Open, change the file’s extension from .tmp to .psd and click Open...

Wait for it...

Wait for it...

Hooray! My file is saved! It’s a Christmas miracle!

Other ways might be applied if this guide didn't work, it's suitable only for computer, if you have one

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/file-recovery-photoshop.html - adobe article about your isse

https://download.cnet.com/Recuva/3000-2242_4-10753287.html - one of the best solutions (only for computer)

https://onlinefile.repair/en/photoshop.html - universal feature works under computer and gadgets too

So that’s my story. If your Photoshop crashes during a file save, I cant promise you’ll have similar results, but what the heck, it never hurts to try before you get back to work recreating the whole mess.