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Old July 20th, 2013, 07:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I power off my phonr at nihht today I woke up and switched on. All my pics in sd card are gone? Eonder why it happened and how can I get them back.
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Old July 20th, 2013, 12:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I power off my phonr at nihht today I woke up and switched on. All my pics in sd card are gone? Eonder why it happened and how can I get them back.
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It could be faulty card. I learn the hard way few time, now I'm only using premium SD. For recovery, I have been using Recuva, with very good results. But there are many tools to choose from.
Perhaps give it a try.
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I would stick the card in a reading device (like your computer if it can accommodate a microSD card, maybe with an adapter) and see what you can find.
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It could be faulty card. I learn the hard way few time, now I'm only using premium SD. For recovery, I have been using Recuva, with very good results. But there are many tools to choose from.
Perhaps give it a try.
Do I have to get these apps on phone or pc?
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Do I have to get these apps on phone or pc?
You will need it on PC.
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You will need it on PC.
Thanks I have formated sd card on my phone and if it happens again I will try what you said.
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