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Old December 17th, 2012, 01:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I had a Razor Maxx and switched to a Galaxy3. I had my sd card encrypted on the razor and now dont know how to see those pictures on the new phone. Is there a way either by pc or anything to recover those pictures and other items??

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Can you unencrypt them using the old phone? Or do you no longer have it?

What did you use to encrypt them? I know nothing about this, but the information may help someone else find an answer.
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I dont have the old phone anymore and it was the through the Razors encryption
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BACK UP ALL DATA. then when you change phones again, you won't have lost anything.

To decrypt the SD Card you will need to know at least the following:

Which encryption method was used to encrypt it and the encryption key used.

it might be possible to access the files on your new phone *IF* they were encrypted using Android's native encryption.
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I dont have the old phone anymore and it was the through the Razors encryption
I might suggest to go into a Verizon store and see if they can undecrypt it for you. Otherwise I am not really good with that kind of stuff
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