SD Card / Photo Recovery
Photo recovery software to recover digital photos using your Mac or Windows PC!
SD cards have once been the smallest external memory for smart phones and other mobile devices – even cameras. These days though, a much smaller ones are already available to match the getting thinner and smaller slots for such cards in smart phones and particular models of tablets. Digital cameras had not changed its slots so much through the years though, and these cards are still the primary types of cards being used in them – even the most updated and newest models however small they get. They are thin, small but can collect data and digital files safely unless damaged or accidentally removed.
SD Card recovery can be done effectively with the use of some of the most trusted software and apps in the market these days. These tools can be free or paid, depending on the choice made by the one who is tasked to recover his or her data. The main difference of these two are intensiveness and efficiency of the recovery process. Most free software are direct and plain in approach while paid ones are usually more in depth to effectively find everything that had been recorded and even deleted from the card. Not all software are the same though and thus, keen selection on the long list of software is necessary.
How SD card recovery works
Different software and apps for SD card and Photo recovery present different procedures in restoring accidentally or virus-related deletion. The general guide is to run and install the software or app on the computer and then let it scan the card for all the images and data that has been deleted from it. In a few minutes, the supposed deleted data and files will be displayed on the interface or the dashboard of the software. From there, they can be viewed in full or proceed to restoring them all. A tick box is usually situated at the side of the scanned deleted image, and ticking on them will command the software to restore that particular image once the restore box is clicked.
The actual restoration is where the difference between a good and bad free software lies. Sometimes, a bad free software will just offer a preview of all the deleted images that can be recovered but will not actually allow recovery – until a premium upgrade is done. These are the kinds of software that should not be invested with time and effort so it is highly recommended to check a few threads or testimonials about the software. Make sure that you are investing your time wisely with the correct tool or you will end up with lost time aside from data and images.
Photo recovery software by Help! is easy to use and will recover data from the following card manufacturers.
Supported Card Manufacturers
SanDisk, Kingston, KingMax, Sony, Lexar, PNY, PQI, Toshiba, Panasonic, FujiFilm, Samsung, Canon, Qmemory, Transcend, Apacer, PRETEC, HITACHI, Olympus, SimpleTech, Viking, OCZ Flash Media, ATP, Delkin Devices, A-Data