How to recover deleted files from sd card

In today’s world, many of us use smart phones and most of the data is readily accessible to us, either through phone memory or SD cards. And, there are not many who are habitual of taking a periodic backup of their data. Consequently, we may get in to an unthinkable situation where our so called “precious data” is lost, primarily due to formatting or accidental deletion. We can easily see people getting seriously desperate to have their data back, particularly because of lost photos and videos. However, no one around him/her is actually sure on “how” to get this data back. You may even hear several “ifs” and “buts”.

This is where EaseUS Data Recovery software acts as a firefighter for your deleted sd card recovery. No matter how the data was lost, either due to formatting or virus or accidental deletion or any other reason, this free software would help you retrieve all the data in the easiest and smoothest way possible. It can be leveraged to recover deleted files from SD cards of majority of the popular brands including Sony, Samsung, Kingston, Transcend, etc.

It is available for both Windows and Mac machines. This comes with a tutorial as well which would assist you in getting comfortable with the software and well versed with each of the steps. After downloading EaseUS Data Recovery wizard, install and launch it on your system. Now connect your SD card to the system and proceed with below three steps.

Step 1: Launch the software, select your SD card and run Scan for all your deleted and existing files.

Step 2: Once the quick scan is complete, deep scan would automatically be initiated to search for more SD card lost data. It may take few additional minutes but allow deep scan to complete as well.

Step 3: Now that both the scans are finished, you can locate the lost/deleted files by filtering through file types.

Go ahead with selecting the desired files. Click on Recover button post selecting all the required files. In case it shows recovery data failure, you can try saving all your recovered files on a different drive. It’s preferable to save the recovered files on a different drive in the first place itself.

Another point to highlight in regards to this SD card data recovery software is, in case your file size or data is more than 2 GB, you can upgrade your free version in to a pro version which is called EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro and restore as many files as you wish. It also ensures that your quality of the data is intact.

You should now be having all the data with you again. And, don’t forget to keep a safe backup of data this time J