"I received a message that contains a link on my smartphone. I didn’t realize that the link aims to let me visit some illegal website until I opened it. Then, my smartphone was infected by virus. I tried to download some anti virus software to remove virus, but it does not work. It seems that virus has corrupted the micro SD card for my smartphone and makes it inaccessible. So my question is how to recover files from corrupted micro SD card for smartphone?"
"The micro SD card shows blank on my smart phone. Connecting the card to my computer and running antivirus software, it says there are viruses on the memory card. Is the micro SD card corrupted due to virus infection? Is it possible to recover lost files from a virus infected memory card?"
"My 4GB microSD card was infected with virus after connecting to a public computer, but I still have some important data on the card. Now, I cannot open my micro SD card. Can you tell me how to get back lost files from micro SD card?"
"I have a 16GB micro SD card which becomes unreadable. It says the micro SD card needs to be formatted when I attempted to open it. Antivirus software detected virus on the card after scanning. Can I restore files from the memory card?"
When a micro SD card is attacked by virus, you might be unable to read files on the card because virus infection can corrupt the file system of the card or even corrupt the files. In this situation, you need to use professional data recovery software to perform data recovery. iCare Data Recovery is such a data recovery program which is able to recover all types of files from unreadable microSD card. This software supports all brands of microSD including SanDisk, Lexar, Transcend, Kingston, Kingmax, Samsung, Sony, etc. You can follow the guide below to recover files:
Step1. Launch the software and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Select the microSD card and then the software will scan it for lost files.
Step3. Preview the found photos and recover the files you need.
Usually, virus attack can corrupt the file system of your micro SD card, so your card might become not accessible due to virus infection. Although you cannot access the memory card, you still have chance to recover lost data by relying on data recovery software. Therefore, you had better not run anti-virus software because it may remove files stored on your micro SD card.