Support Help!!! transform ultra reformatted my sd card

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  1. Madewomen2012

    Madewomen2012 New Member
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    please help.. my samsung transform ultra somehow reformatted my 2gb sd card and i can not locate the pictures anywhere on the phone. i am having trouble locating the internal memory to see if the pictures are there. how can i retrieve deleted photos from sd card :thinking:
     

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  2. PH8AL

    PH8AL Well-Known Member
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    Limit what you do with the phone for the moment. Everything that writes to the sdcard means less you might be able to retrieve. Not for sure about this because its Android but it makes sense it wouldn't be that different from Windows and all it did was rewrite the registry.

    PC app tuneup utilities has a very good undelete pluggin that you can restore to a different disk than original.

    I'll look around and see if I can find a good free app that will do it.

    Edit
    http://www.winundelete.com/

    Hope this helps.

    When you plug your phone in via usb and mount usb mass storage your pc sees your sdcard like any other disk drive. If your phone doesn't connect properly you will even get the please insert disk message.

    If it has to stick the files back in the original location remove your sdcard from your phone and use a sd usb adapter and let it put them back on the card and transfer them to the pc directly then right click the drive and choose reformat let it do it then eject it and stick it back in your phone and reboot. It may prompt you to format it again if so let it.
     
  3. mabuis

    mabuis Active Member
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    Recuva - google it. It has saved my life many time
     
  4. Loota

    Loota Well-Known Member
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    I use recuva as well, very useful, it will let you target specific folders for searching too which reduces the search time.
     
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