Is there any way to get deleted files from SD card on phone?

Of course there is a way to find missing files back, you will get to know how to recover deleted files from SD card on phone by going through this article. SD card is type of memory card that can be used to store large amount of data depending on its capacity. You can store all types of files like documents; excel spreadsheet, presentation files, videos, songs, images, etc. Complete procedure to recover videos from memory card is explained here - www.recovermemorycard.org/how-to-videos-from. It can also be used in cell phone & also other storage devices such as camera, camcorder, etc. Sometimes you may end up with some situations under which you may face data loss from SD card. What to do in such situation? How to recover deleted files from SD Card on phone? Using memory card recovery software is the best option to get all missing files back.

Let us discuss some scenarios which may lead to loss of files from SD card on phone:

  • Touch screen mobile phone are popular nowadays. You may be one of the users with touch screen mobile. Due to its sensibility there is a chance of loss of files from it. Suppose you were previewing pictures in your phone, by mistake you touch on Delete option. As a result you end uo in loss of image files from the phone.
  • When SD card of mobile phone is connected to your computer for copying files using cut +paste option or transferring, if you pull out the card suddenly then it will cause loss of files. Even if you are previewing files in your system and at that time if you pull out the card without proper exit option then also it may cause loss of files.
  • You may have erased wrong file accidentally from the SD card of the phone when it is connected to your computer. If you are thinking to get them back  from Recycle Bin then it is not possible because, when pictures are deleted from the SD card on PC then they do not go to the Recycle Bin, they bypass the Recycle Bin resulting in loss of files.
  • Virus is the most common loss as you download files from network often and unknowingly become open to deadly viruses. These may damage or even delete your important documents without your knowledge. It is a common scenarios for the deletion of files in all storage devices, even in flash cards. You can easily recover deleted files from flash cards using recovery software.

Memory card recovery tool helps to recover all files from hard drive formatted with NTFS, HFS, HFS+ and FAT partitions. You can recover lost files from memory card.  You can also recover files from different types of SD cards like SDHC, SDXC and SDHC plus, etc. & also other types of memory card like XD, CF, MMC, etc.  whatever may be the reasons behind the loss. You can get back files from memory stick of various brands. Click on http://www.recovermemorycard.org/corrupted-memory-stick.html to know the recovery procedure. It also provides you recover of image files from  different brands of digital camera like  Kodak, Canon, Pentax, Nikon, Panasonic, Philips, Sony Fuji Film, Casio, Samsung, Sanyo, etc. It supports al versions of both Mac & Windows Operating System

Steps to get back deleted files from SD card–

1. Download & install Memory Card Recovery utility & run it. From the main screen you need to select “Recover Photos” option.

How to Recover Deleted Files From SD Card on Phone - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

2. After that from the next screen, you need to select “Recover Deleted Photos” option to get back deleted files from SD card.

How to Recover Deleted Files From SD Card on Phone - Recover Deleted Photos

Fig 2: Select Recovery Option

3. Now select SD Card from the list of available drives as shown in Fig 3 & then start the scanning process.

How to Recover Deleted Files From SD Card on Phone - Select SD Card

Fig 3: Select SD Card

4. After the recovery program is completed, a list of recovered files are displayed on the screen.

How to Recover Deleted Files From SD Card on Phone - Save Recovered Files

Fig 4: Save Recovered Files

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