"I have a 32GB SanDisk micro SD card for my Samsung mobile phone. I have stored thousands of pictures and some videos on this card, but I mistakenly formatted the micro SD card on my mobile phone just now. Now, my micro SD card is empty and all files inside are lost. How to restore memory card after format?"
"I accidentally formatted my SanDisk 32GB micro SD card when I connected it to my computer, and everything is gone. What should I do if I want to get back all the lost files from a formatted SanDisk micro 32GB SD Card?"
Formatting process erases the SanDisk micro SD card, but it only makes the data inside invisible. In another word, the original data still remain on the original space. What you need is read-only data recovery software - iCare Data Recovery, which is able to scan the formatted SanDisk 32GB micro SD card and extract files off the card. By using this software, you can restore files like photos, music, videos, office files, etc after formatting the SanDisk 32GB micro SD card due to mistake or other reasons. This data recovery software has the ability to search for all types of files and then allows you to preview the found files. As a matter of fact, all brands of micro SD cards such as Samsung, Sony, Lexar, Transcend, PNY, etc are supported by the data recovery software.
Free download the software for deleted photo recovery from micro SD card by following the guide below:
Step1. Connect the SanDisk 32GB micro SD card to the computer. Download and install the data recovery software. Then, you can launch the software and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the formatted micro SD card as scanning device and then you just need to wait when the software is scanning.
Step3. You are allowed to preview the found files after scanning. Then, you can choose the files you need and save them to another storage media.
>> Do not add new data to the 32GB SanDisk micro SD card after format or reformat
>> Protect the micro SD card from suffering any physical damage
>> Do not save the recovered files to the original micro SD card
>> Backup important data to avoid data loss again in the future
You can format a micro SD card in different devices, so probably you will mistakenly format your SanDisk 32GB micro SD card in many situations. You may accidentally format your SanDisk 32GB micro SD card when press the wrong button on your digital camera. You may intentionally format your micro SD card 32GB in your mobile phone when the memory card is nearly full. You may mistakenly format your 32GB SanDisk micro SD card when you choose the Format option on your computer. In all these situations, data can still be recovered from the 32GB SanDisk micro SD card before you write new data to the card. The data recovery software supports micro SD card data recovery after format or reformat.
When a micro SD card is infected with virus, some people would like to format the card to delete and erase the virus. As a matter of fact, in many situations, formatting cannot help erase virus completely, but it can erase all files from the micro SD card. Therefore, if your SanDisk 32GB micro SD card is attacked by virus, the first thing you need to do is not to format the card. Instead, you should copy all important files off from the micro SD card. Once you realize that your micro SD card is infected with virus, you should check if files inside the card are still accessible. If you cannot open the micro SD card due to virus infection, you need to run the data recovery software to deep scan the micro SD card and get back lost files. When data is recovered, you can run anti-virus software to erase virus from the card. And finally, you can try to format the card.
Another situation you may mistakenly format your 32GB SanDisk micro SD card when the file system is in RAW format and reports unformatted error. How to repair memory card not formatted and convert RAW to FAT? As you know, RAW micro SD card will be unrecognized by digital camera, cell phone, computer or other device, so you will want to format the micro SD card to convert RAW file system to FAT32. Truthfully, you can format a RAW micro SD card to change its file system from RAW to FAT32, but you will find that data will be lost accordingly due to formatting. Therefore, when the 32GB SanDisk micro SD card turns to RAW file system, you should retrieve files before formatting the card. If you mistakenly formatted a RAW micro SD card, you should carefully avoid writing new data to the formatted card.
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