Software-based recovery of memory cards of mobile devices after file deletion using Hetman Software products.
SDXC: Recovering 64GB
and 128GB Memory Cards
Storage is getting cheaper, smaller while offering higher capacity every year. 64 GB memory cards are extremely common in today’s smartphones, digital cameras, tablets and media players. Due to their sheer capacity, a single failure can cause a local catastrophe with that much information being gone.
How to Lose Digital Photos Fast
Offering a popular tool for recovering lost and deleted pictures, we have dozens of customers sharing their stories of lost images every month. With the help of our clients, our customer support team was able to compile the list of situations happening nearly every day. Some of them are hardware related, but most are merely user error or negligence.
When Software Can Help:
SSD and HDD
When experiencing a data loss situation, it is essential to be able to tell whether or not you can fix it yourself. Modern storage media is reliable enough so it’s hard to be damaged beyond repair. More often than not you’ll be doing fine by using a DIY tool of a kind, such as Hetman Partition Recovery manufactured by our company. In some situations, however, it’s better to bring the device to a data recovery lab as soon as possible instead of attempting to recover the data on your own.
Recovering Data from Flash Drives
and Memory Cards
USB flash drives are used to carry files around, while memory cards such as SD, SDHC, Compact Flash or SONY Memory Stick are used in a variety of devices such as cell phones, digital cameras and MP3 players. While these solid-state storage media appear as drive letters in Windows, their principle of operation is very different from hard drives. As a result, they require a different approach to recover information.
In film era, there were slides and prints. In today’s digital world, there are RAW’s (digital negatives) and JPEGs (digital pictures). Photographers have polarized opinions on shooting one format or another. Digital SLR and mirrorless cameras have been offering the ability to shoot RAW for a long while. Many photographers are switching from shooting JPEG to capturing images in RAW format for some obvious and some less obvious reasons.