How to Recover Deleted Files from Micro SD Card?

Micro SD card is very popular multimedia storage device and is widely used in mobile phones and in cameras. It can accommodate large amount of information in it, but sometimes situation arises where user has to face data loss issues from micro SD card due to unforeseen reasons. Users generally store their precious files in micro SD card so that they can be taken anywhere as the size of this card is too small. So any data loss instance occurred with micro SD card is always unacceptable for the user. To undelete micro SD card, just make use of Undelete SD Card software. This application is specially developed to undelete micro SD card files in very less span of time.

Many reasons are there which results in deletion of info from micro SD card, few of them are mentioned below

  • Accidental Deletion: This instance happens when user accidentally presses “Deleted All” button while previewing pictures on camera. And it also takes place when user connects micro SD card on computer and instead of deleting unwanted information user wrongly selects important files for deletion.
  • Virus or Malware Infection: If micro SD card is connected to a computer or laptop which is virus infected then, the card also gets infected and if the virus is severe then it corrupts all the files or makes the micro SD memory card inaccessible for users.
  • Abrupt Ejection of SD Card: If micro SD card is ejected from the computer or from the laptop during a file transfer then there are chances of deletion of files. It also happens when the system shuts down suddenly because of power failure and during that time data transfer operation is going on.

Like above mentioned reasons, many other reasons are also there. But you don’t have to worry because you have SD Card Recovery software that can undelete micro SD card in every situation. You can easily overcome all the data deletion issues if you take help of this ultimate application. You can also use this software to rescue ADATA SD card and also restore data from various brands of SD cards. If you want to search specific files then you can perform this operation using this tool as it provides you to select file types to search and you can even add new file signatures to make the recovery operation easier. It allows user to bring back deleted pictures from SD card, SDHC, SDXC and from CF card as well. You’ve to follow few easy steps and at the end you will be amazed by seeing retrieved files and folders which are deleted from the micro SD card.

What happens actually, whenever any user delete files from micro SD card, the address pointer that holds the location of file is removed and that particular space is flagged as free to store new information. The actual data still remains there until it gets overwritten with new files. It simply means that the chances of recovery of deleted data from micro SD card are open and you can achieve it by using this utility. If you want to know how this tool help you to restore information from micro SD card on Mac, visit the given link: http://www.undeletesdcard.com/mac.html

Simple steps to undelete micro SD card:

Step 1: Launch the demo version of the application, on the welcome screen you'll see three options, select "Recover Photos" among them to proceed further.

Undelete Micro SD Card - Welcome Screen

Figure 1: Welcome Screen

Step 2: On the next screen, choose "Recover Deleted Photos" option as illustrated in figure 2.

Recover Deleted File from Micro SD Card - Choose Recover Deleted Photos

Figure 2: Choose Recover Deleted Photos

Step 3: Now select the micro SD card from the list of drives as illustrated in figure 3.

Restore Micro SD Card Data - Select Micro SD Card

Figure 3: Select Micro SD Card

Step 4: Software performs a deep scan of micro SD card and at the end, list of recovered files will be displayed. Select a file to preview it.

Micro SD Card File Recovery - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 4: Preview Recovered Files

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