How to Recover Deleted Photos from Mobile Memory Card?

Earlier mobile phones were used just to make calls but today the phones are coming with various enhanced functions. The smart phones are developed by using advanced technology to perform much more tasks than just making calls. They have several useful features which enables you to capture photos, record videos, share photos, download songs, access the internet, etc. Most of the smart phones do not have the enough space to save large number of images and other data. However, you can extend the memory by inserting the memory card in mobile phones. You can save thousands of images in your mobile memory card. If the images were deleted from mobile memory card, you can make use of the digital memory card recovery software. This application can also be used to restore deleted pictures from camera card on Mac.

This software can recover deleted images from mobile memory card effectively because it has strong inbuilt scanning algorithm. It is capable to access deleted pictures from SD, CF, MMC, Memory Stick, XD cards, etc. It performs the deep scanning of storage media to locate deleted pictures. When the memory card scanning is completed, the list of images found in the card is displayed. You can easily save them in the desired location.

Common reasons for deletion of images from mobile memory card

  • Accidentally deleting some nice photos instead of unwanted images
  • Loss of photos while copying them from memory card to computer
  • Virus attack on storage device, etc.

There have been other reasons also like accidentally formatting a memory card, mishandling of the memory card or the device, etc. There are times where you will get the format error message after connecting memory card to the computer. It will force you to format the card and you will become unable to save or access files on it, until it has been formatted. In this situation, you can make use of digital memory card recovery software and access all files from the card.

You can use this software to recover photos from memory cards used in different types of mobile phones. It includes Samsung, Nokia, Sony, Micromax, etc. It is also possible to access photos from the corrupted memory card. Your mobile memory card may get damage due to improper ejection, software malfunction, etc. It is also important to take care of not to save new files before recovering pictures from the card. Because the overwritten images cannot be recovered using any software. So the full recovery of deleted images depends on how soon you act to use this software after deletion of photos.

This recovery application is compatible with the memory card file systems like FAT16, FAT32 and FAT64. It has an ability to identify popularly used media files like JPG, JPEG, TIF, TIFF, CR2, CRW, etc. It works on all Windows platforms like Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Windows 8. This software is also available in demo version to evaluate recovery result before purchase. Using demo version, you can execute all recovery steps and preview the recovered images. If you want to save them, then go forward & purchase the license key of the software.

Procedure to recover deleted photos from mobile memory card

Step1: First connect your mobile memory card to the computer and run recovery software on it. From the welcome page select “Recover Photos” option as shown in Figure 1.

Recover Deleted Images from Mobile Memory Card - Welcome Page

Figure 1: Welcome Page

Step2: From the second Window click on “Recover Deleted Photos” option as shown in Figure 2.

Recover Deleted Images from Mobile Memory Card - Select Recover Deleted Photos Option

Figure 2: Select Recover Deleted Photos Option

Step3: In the next step select memory card and start to scan it by clicking on next arrow button. Once the scanning process is completed, you can view the recovered images by using “Preview” option as shown in Figure 3.

Recover Deleted Images from Mobile Memory Card - Preview Screen

Figure 3: Preview Screen

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