"I deleted about 100 pictures from my micro SD card by pressing Shift + Delete keys on my computer. There are two memory cards being connected to my computer, so I mistakenly deleted files from micro SD card when I was attempting to delete data from another memory card. I know that files will be permanently deleted due to shift deleting, but I really want to get back the lost photos. Can anyone give me some help for shift deleted file recovery from micro SD card?"
"I want to recover some deleted MP4 videos from my micro SD card for cell phone. I delete about 3 videos from my micro SD card on PC. Even worse, I deleted the videos by using Shift + delete keys. I am wondering whether it is still possible to recover data after deleting from Android phone memory card."
"Is there a micro SD card recovery program which can work on Windows XP system to recover shift deleted files? I plugged my 8GB micro SD card to my laptop to download some music, but I made a mistake and delete some data from the card. What is worse, I wrote some music to the micro SD card after deleting files. So I want to know if there is any data recovery software that can restore deleted files free after writing new data to the micro SD card."
Whether you simply delete files from micro SD card or delete data by pressing Shift + Delete keys, deleted data will not be moved to recycle bin. In other words, files will be deleted permanently when you delete them from a micro SD card. However, the real data is not erased completely, so you still have chance to perform data recovery from micro SD card by using iCare Data Recovery. You can recover data from a micro SD card on Windows by following the steps below:
Step1. Run the data recovery software and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the micro SD card and then wait the software to scan it for lost files.
Step3. Preview the found images and recover the data you need.
In addition to deletion, you will run into data loss problem on micro SD card due to many other reasons such as formatting, not formatted error, RAW file system, etc.
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