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It looks like an Android device. You can view and delete pictures by touching the *Photos* app. Touch the picture you want to delete and
depending on your Android Operating System version you will either see a little garbage can on the bottom right or have to touch the three vertical dot settings icon and choose the delete option from there. Touching the garbage can should initialize the delete process. You might have to confirm the delete before it gets deleted for good, in either case of operating systems.
If you want to wholesale delete photos and one at a time is too slow, you can usually connect your device to a laptop or desktop using the supplied USB cable and then you can use your computers file manager to select and delete as many photos at a time as you wish.
Did you delete the photos from your computer after they went into Time Machine backup? Time Machine backs up the current version of your computer, so deleting from computer= deleting from backup. Open Time Machine application, skip back to when you might've deleted the photos, try recovering from there.
Since your further photos and videos almost certainly overwrote the original photos and videos, you don't have a very good chance of recovering them. Do a Google search for "data recovery software" and select a program for your computer and operating system. Put the memory card into a card reader attached to your computer, cross your fingers, and run the program.
click into your gallery, into the album the photos are you want to delete, if it is in tile view then you will see a bin along the bottom click it and you'll be asked to choose to delete, click the photos you want to delete then delete. If you are viewing a picture at a time touch the bottom of the photo and the buttons appear for you to delete.
Hit the exit button on top of the frame several times until you get to a screen that has options like, photos, music, files, etc. arrow to the photo option and Enter. Next move the arrow to highlight the photo you want to delete. Then hit the Setup button and you will have the delete photo option.