Simple Mechanism for Restoring Damaged SD Card
SD card is the small, tiny chip that can store all your valuable files and folders. It is used as a storage device to increase memory capacity of mobile phones, digital cameras and some other electronic gadgets. The pictures taken from camera, songs, and videos all are saved in SD card. Even sometimes in some Smartphone’s it is used to save some system files and also backup file of phone. These SD cards are corrupted or damaged sometimes due to some scenarios like improper ejection, scratches, sudden power surge etc. When it gets damage, some files or folders may get delete or lost. You will be in a big trouble when such things happen. However, if you want to recover files from mobile SD card then you have to use Mobile SD Card Recovery Software.
Mobile SD Card Recovery Software is an ideal data recovery tool for file recovery from damaged SD cards. This application can retrieve deleted images from SD card or from corrupt or damaged various other memory cards such as CF cards, XD cards, SDHC cards, MMC cards, SDXC cards, etc. of popular known brands like Kingston, SanDisk, Transcend, LaCie and many more.
Reasons for SD card damage:
- Using third party application for SD card file access: Sometimes file is deleted from your SD card, if you open it directly by using any third party application. These applications might even harm your SD card.
- Accidental formatting of the SD card: You may lose your important files permanently if you accidentally format your SD card on computer by pressing Format button mistakenly. Then, use this application to recover data from formatted SD card. To know more, use this link: http://www.mobilesdcardrecovery.com/formatted.html
- Interrupted read / write operation: Sometimes due to interruption in read / write operation, your important file may be deleted due to card damage. Power surge, synchronizing error, system malfunctioning are some of the most common interrupting factors that may damage SD card. Also, you can easily retrieve deleted vidoes from Mobile phone SD card, just visit this site http://www.mobilesdcardrecovery.com/deleted-videos.html.
- Virus attack: Action of malicious software’s like viruses, Trojans, worms can affect the file system of SD card and damages it.
Mobile SD Card Recovery software can easily recover data from damaged or corrupted SD cards. You can use this amazing tool on Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8 and Mac operating systems (version 10.5.x and above). Mobile SD Card Recovery software is useful tool for recovering lost/deleted multimedia files. It will recover lost files from micro SD card or mini SD card of mobile phone/MP3 player.
You can use this application to retrieve data from mobile phone of famous brands like Samsung, HTC, and Motorola etc. In addition, it can recover data from SD cards having bad sectors by using "Create Disk Image" feature. It allows you to view the recovered media files prior to restoration using "Preview" options. If required, you can also use the "Find" option of this tool to identify particular files from the list of recovered files. Files over Samsung Android phones can also get inacessible because of format error or error while changing file system of the card. In case you need to know about the functioning of this software over Samsung phones then simply click here: http://www.mobilesdcardrecovery.com/samsung.html
Note: If your micro SD card is corrupted and you are not able to access your crucial data, employ this tool to retrieve micro SD card data after a click on www.mobilesdcardrecovery.com/data-from-corrupted-micro-sd-card.html
Steps to perform damaged SD card recovery:
Step 1: Download and install Mobile SD Card Recovery Software on your computer, after launching it select "Recover Photos" as shown in Figure A.
Figure A: Welcome Window
Step 2: Immediately after this, a new window appears showing list of all drives. In that, select SD card as shown in Figure B.
Figure B: Select SD Card
Step 3: Lastly, once your data gets recover, you can save the "Recovery Session" for future prospective as shown in Figure C.
Figure C: Save Recovery Session