"Woops! I mistakenly deleted some photos from my memory card for my Samsung Galaxy S4. I bought this mobile phone several days ago. Just now, I connected my Samsung Galaxy S4 memory card to my computer and wanted to transfer some data. But I wrongly pressed the Delete button and deleted all important photos on the memory card. Can I recover deleted pictures from memory card?"
Please do not panic when you accidentally delete any data from memory card because you still have a good chance to recover it. Now, the first thing you should do is to stop writing files to your memory card. Then, you can download iCare Data Recovery which is a read-only data recovery tool to recover files from SD card, micro SD card, mini SD card, XD card, CF card, etc. You can refer to the following guide to get back files from memory card:
Step1. Launch the data recovery software and select a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the memory card for scanning. You only need to wait during scanning.
Step3. Preview the found pictures after scanning and then recover the files deleted from your memory card.
Samsung Galaxy S4 is a type of Android phone which is world famous. Whether you delete files from memory card when it is inserted in your Samsung Galaxy S4 or plugged to computer, you can use the data recovery software to restore files from Android phone memory card. The data recovery software can not only support memory card recovery for Samsung Galaxy S4, but also it is available for other Android phone like Samsung Galaxy S1/S2/S3/S5, HTC, Blackberry, Sony, etc.
Memory card data loss can result from many reasons, while mistaken deletion is one of them. If you encounter data loss problem on your Samsung Galaxy S4 memory card in following situations, you can also use iCare Data Recovery to recover data:
It sounds that data is always recoverable from memory card no matter how it got lost. However, have you ever found that you are unable to get back some files sometimes? If so, you should think about following questions:
If you have written new data to the memory card before data recovery, the original data might be overwritten. Besides, if the memory card is physically damaged, data is unrecoverable. Finally, if the files on the memory card are corrupted due to virus attack, you may be unable to open the files even if you can recover them successfully.