"I formatted Samsung micro SD card by mistake in my HTC mobile phone. I have a few important videos on this card, so I need to look for a solution to recover data after formatting micro SD card. Can somebody give me a clue?"
"Hi there! I meet a problem on my 32GB Samsung SD card for digital camera. I pressed the format button on my camera and formatted the SD card by mistake. I am wondering if there is any way to undo format Samsung SD card because I do not want to lose data stored on the card."
"Hello! Has anybody met such a problem? Today, when I turned on my digital camera, it said memory card is not formatted. The memory card inserted in the camera is a 4GB Samsung microSD card. Then, I removed the micro SD card out of the camera and connected it to my computer. My PC also says micro SD card is not formatting error message when I clicked on the card to access data. If I formatted the card, do I still have chance to recover deleted files?"
Formatting Samsung micro SD card by accident? Or formatting memory card when it turns to RAW file system? Whatever, as long as you have not written any new data to the formatted card, you can restore data by using iCare Data Recovery software. It is a read-only data recovery tool that can help recover images, videos, music, etc from not only Samsung microSD card, but also other brands of memory card. Now, you can follow the guide below to recover data from formatted micro SD card:
Step1. Run the data recovery software and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the Samsung micro SD card as aim disk and let the software scan it.
Step3. You can preview found images and recover all needed files.
It is a terrible experience if a memory card is infected with virus. When Samsung micro SD card is attacked by virus, some people would format the card because they believe that all viruses will be erased completed after full formatting. As a matter of fact, formatting cannot erase viruses completely. Therefore, you had better not format your micro SD card when it is infected with virus. If you are unable to access the virus-infected microSD card, you can run the data recovery software to recover data and then run anti-virus software to erase virus.