How to Retrieve Samsung Galaxy SD Card?

“I use Samsung Galaxy Grand phone and I have set default storage location as SD card to save photos, videos, songs, etc. Today morning, I detached my SD card from phone and mounted it on another mobile phone. But, to my surprise the SD card didn’t display any of the media files present in it due to some unknown issue. I have checked in many phone but same problem repeated. So my question is can I retrieve data from Samsung Galaxy SD card? If yes, suggest me a better method, waiting for your reply!!!”

Samsung is in first place for producing latest and unique storage devices such as memory card, pen drive external hard drive etc. Samsung released wide range of Smartphones with Galaxy like Samsung Galaxy Ace, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Grand, Samsung Galaxy Express 2, Samsung Galaxy Pocket, Samsung Galaxy Mini, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and so on. Samsung Galaxy is most significant Smartphone with various rich features. Some Samsung Galaxy phone uses SD card as external storage media to save pictures, songs, video clips and many other files. The storage capacity of this card is ranging from 2GB to 64GB. However, sometimes user face problems with Samsung Galaxy SD card which result in severe data loss.

Few reasons that lead to deletion or loss of files from Samsung Galaxy SD card are:

  • Abruptly removing SD card from Samsung Galaxy SD card during files transfer process can result in loss of vital files
  • When Samsung Galaxy SD card is infected by malicious virus then files stored on it becomes inaccessible
  • Formatting Samsung Galaxy SD card on computer without taking back up will lead to loss of entire media files present in it
  • Using same Samsung Galaxy SD card on multiple devices or OS can cause loss of data from card

Getting back such erased or lost picture files from Samsung Galaxy SD card is not a complex task. By using prominent file recovery application, you can efficiently bring back those files.

Samsung Galaxy SD card recovery software:

Yodot Photo Recovery is best software to retrieve lost or erased files from Samsung Galaxy SD card on Windows desktop. The app is developed in such a way that, user can easily use and restore their data without any technical knowledge. Along with micro SD card, this utility can recover media files from CF card, XD card, external hard disk drive, memory sticks, FireWire drives, USB drives, SSD drives, pen drives and many more. Apart from Samsung, it has ability to rescue data from from other brands also like LG, Motorola, Nokia, Micromax, HTC, Lenovo, Sony, Ericson, Microsoft and many more. It also supports media file retrieval from Windows 8, Windows XP, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. Try the demo version of Photo Recovery tool to verify the chances of restoring lost or deleted files from Samsung Galaxy SD card. In case you find any issues in-between retrieving process, just contact our technical support team who will help you to resolve your problems as much earlier as possible.

Steps to use the software:

  • First of all, connect Samsung Galaxy SD card to your system through card reader
  • Download Yodot Photo Recovery tool and install it on your desktop
  • After installation is over, run the program to start recovery process
  • You will get two options on main screen namely 'Deleted Photo Recovery' and 'Lost Photo Recovery'
  • Opt any one of the option as per your requirement and continue further
  • Once you have selected suitable option, you can view all drives present in your PC
  • Now select the drive representing Samsung Galaxy SD card and hit 'Next' to continue
  • On next screen you can see all files present on Samsung Galaxy SD
  • Again choose the files that you need to retrieve and click on 'Next' to proceed
  • Now preview all media files to confirm that you have chosen right file to restore
  • At last save restored files using 'Save' option on desired destination location

Points to Remember:

  • Make use of Eject option while removing SD card from system
  • Do not utilize same SD card on different devices
  • Maintain back up of vital files on numerous storage devices