"I mistakenly formatted the micro SD card of my Samsung Galaxy S5. Then I lost all photos, videos and PDF files on the card. How can I recover lost data from Samsung SD card after formatting it? Please help me. Thanks a lot."
Have you kept a backup file before losing those data from the SD card? If you have saved them on computer or other devices as a backup, you can import these photos, videos, documents or more to the card again via USB cable. While, if you have no backup, you'd better work a professional data recovery tool as soon as possible. In this article, I'd love to introduce Samsung SD Card Recovery program for your reference.
As we all know many factors may cause data loss from SD card. Now with Samsung SD Card Recovery, you can easily recover lost data from Samsung SD card under various circumstances. Aside from helping you restore lost photos, videos, music, documents from the micro SD card without any quality loss, this program also helps regain deleted contacts and messages on the Samsung phone's internal memory. After deeply scanning your Samsung phone, the whole lost files will be displayed on the menu one by one. Then you are able to restore deleted files on Samsung SD card in whole or part after picking them out. In fact, you are allowed to preview and mark any data on the menu, so as to recover them in a batch.
To help you better operate this program to recover lost data from Samsung SD Card, here we provide you with two free trial versions for Windows and Mac users. Just get the right one according to the computer system.
Step 1. Run the Program, Get Samsung Phone Detected
To begin with, install and open the software on your computer. Then link the Samsung phone to the PC via USB. To get your phone identified by the program successfully, you need to enable USB debugging and turn on USB storage on your phone. After that, click the "Refresh" button, this software will start to detect the mobile phone again.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode". Then you may back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
Note: This software can be used to restore lost SMS and contacts on the phone's internal memory. If necessary, please root Samsung phone first.
Step 2. Preview and Ready to Recover Lost Data from Samsung SD Card
In this step, you can get the whole lost files on the SD card arranged on the menu with detailed info. In fact, this program will automatically scan your phone after recognizing it. Now you are able to enter the folders to view the deleted files at will.
During previewing the lost data, you can mark the needed ones. After clicking the "Recover" button, it will pop up a window to remind you to set the output path. Finally, you are able to save all lost files to the targeted location on the PC in a flash.
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