Rescue Files from SanDisk Connect 64GB Wireless Media Drive

“Recently I had purchased SanDisk Connect wireless media drive of 64GB storage device to backup very confidential data from my Android Smartphone and my Mac machine. But, today as I used it on my Mac, I found that it was corrupt due to some reason. I tried to access data from it, but I was unable to do so. All my vital data saved in this SanDisk media drive is out of my reach. Can anyone suggest me how to retrieve data from SanDisk Connect 64GB Wireless Media Drive? Kindly help me in recovering all inaccessible data from Wireless Media Drive.”

Storage devices play vital role in safe-guarding required data from various devices. To ease the use of external storage drive, SanDisk came up with amazing device called SanDisk Connect Wireless Media drive. This Wi-Fi enabled media drive is the best companion for various gadget users as it includes Apps for Android, iPhone, iPad-based devices. Users can stream different file types like photos, HD movies and songs on more than 8 devices at same time even without internet. Its storage capacities range in 32GB or 64GB; additionally it includes slots for MicroUSB and SDXC/ SDHC memory cards along with power button. This Wi-Fi media drive also supports USB cable connectivity on Mac machines for data read / write processes. Beside all these wonderful features, one might lose data from SanDisk 64GB Wireless Media Drive when it is connected via USB cable to Mac machine. Some commonly incurred scenarios are given below:

  • Interrupted file transfer from Media drive to Mac machine due to unexpected removal of USB cable, abrupt removal of Media Drive, power loss, etc. can cause missing of those files
  • Saving data to SanDisk Connect 64GB Wireless Media Drive when it is running out of low battery
  • Connecting SanDisk Connect media drive to virus infected gadgets or Mac machine; downloading files to SanDisk media drive from unsecured sites, etc can damage its file system resulting in loss of data saved on it

If data is lost from SanDisk Connect 64GB Wireless Media Drive in any of these cases, stop using it for saving new data and immediately employ good data recovery program. Yes, with the help of efficient retrieval tool like Yodot Mac Data Recovery, it is simpler to recover lost or inaccessible data from SanDisk Connect 64GB Wireless media Drive on Mac OS X. Just connect SanDisk media drive through USB cable and completely restore all data.

SanDisk Media Drive data recovery tool:

Yodot Mac Data Recovery is developed by group of data recovery professionals and it includes advanced read-only algorithms to bring back all lost data. This utility is capable of rescuing data like videos, pictures, songs, MS Office files, program files, archives and variety file types with ease. It can successfully restore data from SanDisk Connect 64GB Wireless Media Drive on Mac machines like Mac Mini, iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Pro. Other than SanDisk , this utility can even retrieve data from Buffalo DriveStation Axis Velocity, Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt USB 3.0, Seagate Barracuda 7200, IoSafe Solo G3, LaCie 5Big Thunderbolt, Sony HD-EG5/B 2.5 Inch 500GB, WD Elements SE 1TB USB 3.0, Apricorn Aegis Bio USB 3.0 and other portable hard drive brands on Mac OS X machine. This wonderful data recovery program is flexible to run on Mac computers working with Snow Leopard, Leopard, Mountain Lion, Lion and Mavericks OS X versions.

Instructions to get back data loss from SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive:

  • Connect your Media drive via USB cable to a Mac machine and build proper connectivity
  • Download and install software on the Mac computer to which Media Drive is connected
  • Run the software by following on-screen guidelines
  • In main screen, click on ‘Volume Recovery’ option and proceed next
  • Select drive that is associated with SanDisk media Drive from which data has to be recovered and further select file types to restore if necessary
  • Proceeding next, the software performs deep scan of SanDisk Media Drive and recovers all possible files
  • View the rescued file in ‘Data View’ or ‘File Type View’ modes and preview required files using Preview option
  • At last, save all data to desired location other than SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive

Useful Suggestions:

  • Do not use SanDisk media Drive on virus infected Mac system
  • Always check for proper cable connectivity between Media Drive and Mac computer during data read/ write process