How to Retrieve Lost Pictures from Samsung SD Card
Samsung SDXC 128GB PRO PLUS Memory Card is ideal for storing high resolution pictures. So users are inclined to save images in the Samsung SD card. Although the SD card is waterproof and it can protect data from water damage, photos cannot evade losing because of this and that like accidental deletion, memory card error, and so on. To retrieve lost pictures from Samsung SD card, you can turn to FonePaw Android Data Recovery program.
Since deleted photos is just temporarily removed and it still takes up some memory of the SD card, FonePaw Android Data Recovery can deeply scan and discover deleted with any sector on the memory card. Once you select to recover photos, the program will detect files in .jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .webp, .tiff format and more. Then you can get them back one by one or in bulk.
Step 1. Connect Samsung SD Card to the Computer
Open FonePaw Android Data Recovery program on your computer. Then insert the SD card into the Samsung phone and connect the device to the computer via USB debugging.
Step 2. Select File Types to Scan
When FonePaw program detects your Samsung SD card, you can select file types to scan. To restore deleted photos from Samsung SD card, select "Gallery" and "Picture Library" and check the "Next" button.
Step 3. Allow Superuser Request
FonePaw Android Data Recovery will try to scan your phone but forbid before Superuser request is confirmed. So, you will need to go to your Samsung device and allow the Superuser request by tapping the "Allow"/ "Grant"/ "Authorize" button.
Step 4. Scan and Retrieve Lost Pictures from Samsung SD Card
When the request is allowed, the program will scan data in your Samsung SD card. During this process, please be patient. After that, you can check "Gallery" or "Picture Library" to preview files before recovery. Then mark files you would like to regain and check the "Recover" button to get stuffs back.
Not all lost images can be recovered. If your memory card has been badly damaged, corrupted or reformatted, or if the deleted files have been covered with new pictures, you may fail to retrieve your lost pictures.
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