Synopsis 【Released Dec 13, 2019 by uncutdata data recovery】
I Lost My SD Card Photos. How Can I Get Them Back?
SD card is a storage device we often use, which is mostly used to expand the storage memory of devices in electronic products such as mobile phones, digital cameras, video cameras. SD card can provide 4G, 8G, 32G and other different storage space, users can choose according to their needs. The SD card can be connected to a computer via a USB card reader to transfer data. At the same time, it is inevitable that the files in the SD card will be lost due to various reasons.
"Although the current mobile phone basically does not support the insertion of an SD card to store data, but I have a mobile phone SD card that I used before. But because the photos in this SD card were accidentally deleted during previous use, I urgently need a safe and convenient way to retrieve these photos. "
"My phone SD card stores a lot of photo files. But when I was preparing to transfer photos from the SD card to my computer, something unexpected happened. The transfer was interrupted, and neither in my computer nor the SD card could I find back the original photos. I now need a professional way to recover them. "
It can be seen here that the SD card file loss is also very common. Have you encountered such a situation? We first need to know what the SD card has lost, and then it is more beneficial to do the recovery after knowing about the problem.
What causes the SD card to lose files?
Incorrect artificial deletion: During the operation, the operation of deleting by mistake will occur.
Format SD card: SD cards can be formatted on mobile phones and computers to get more SD card storage locations.
Virus attack: Different virus programs will attack SD card files, resulting in loss and destruction of SD card files.
Interruption of transfer: The SD card was unexpectedly interrupted when transferring photos (the reasons may be power outages, sudden removal, and abnormal contact issues), resulting in the loss of photo files inside.
Hardware damage: The internal hardware is damaged (circuit and other problems), making the SD card unreadable.
In these situations, how do we recover lost files from SD card?
Here we can list the reasons. The first four items are the file loss caused by misoperation, and the last one is the physical damage of the hardware.
Physically damaged SD cards need to be operated by professional repair personnel. For example, the SD card's circuit is damaged. You can only try to reconnect the circuit inside.
Solution 1: SD card recovery method
Recuva(www.ccleaner.com/recuva) is one of the most common Windows data recovery software on the market and can help you recover lost photos from SD card.
The success rate of this software recovery is relatively high, but the disadvantages are also obvious. The software operation interface is relatively rough and the operation is more complicated. The most important thing is that the software preview function is not complete.
So is there a safe and efficient way to recover? Yes, of course. Here is a more effective way to recover.
Solution 2: Use UnCutData Recovery Free Software to recover photos
UnCutData Recovery Free Software is a free data recovery software for different types. With just three simple operations, you can quickly recover lost photos from your phone SD card.
Then let's take a closer look at how UnCutData Recovery Free Software can retrieve all kinds of important photos lost in SD for you through the following detailed steps.
Step 1: Select the file format to be recovered
First, please open UnCutData Recovery Free Software. What shows in front of you is the data format selection interface.
The two lines of icons in the interface represent the file format. At this time, what you need to do is to select the file in the file format. Please check the third icon from the left of the first line, the photo option.
After the check is completed, a small circle with a check mark will appear in the lower right corner of the icon. At this time, you can click the "Next" button at the right end, as the picture shows.
Step 2: Select the disk to be recovered
At this time, you are presented with an interface for selecting disks. The next thing you need to do is to select the disk where the lost files you need to recover are located.
Your file is lost from the SD card, then please select your SD card. After you select it, a small circle with a check mark will appear at the far right of the disk name line. At this time, you can click The Scan button to scan your SD card.
After the selection is completed, the recovery software will read it automatically. The scanning process takes some time. The length of time is determined by the files stored in your SD card. The more complicated file type and the larger file size will take the longer scanning time, and vice versa, as the picture shows.
Under normal circumstances, if your SD card has about 2GB file format files, it only takes a few minutes to complete the scan. And you need to be patient.
Step 3: Select the files to be restored and complete the restoration
After scanning is completed, the left column of the interface lists all the files in the scanned SD card, through which you can browse.
At this time, you can click the folder on the left side of the software or search directly to find the files that need to be recovered. And then click the "Recover" button in the upper right corner, as the picture shows.
You can also find the "Deep Recovery" button on the software. Because UnCutData Recovery Free Software provides two scanning modes, one is the quick scan just performed. The advantage of this scanning method is that it is fast, but some deep files may not be scanned out.
And click the "Deep Recovery" button on the software to help you solve the problem when you cannot retrieve files, but it takes a little longer. Click the yellow "Deep Scan" button at the top of the interface. UnCutData Recovery Free Software will immediately perform an deep scan for you. Please wait patiently again.
Tip: When scanning lost files, it is recommended that you perform a quick scan first, and then perform a deep scan. A quick scan can basically complete the data scan.
With the three simple steps provided by UnCutData Recovery Free Software, the photos lost in your SD card can come back to you intact. You don't need to be familiar with the operation of the computer. And you don't need to have any experience of using data recovery software. Any computer beginner can follow the above operation to easily retrieve the files.
UnCutData Recovery Free Software can recover 200MB files for free. If you have friends who have encountered this kind of problem, and you think the above solution is useful, you can forward this article or share it to help them solve the SD card photo loss problem as soon as possible.