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data recovery from microSD card of a mobile phone

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I have a mobile phone which I've taken hundreds of photos & the
photos are stored in the mobile's microSD card.

For some unknown fault of the mobile phone (not due to accidental
erasure), the photos are all gone.

What software can I use or methods I can try to attempt to recover
the photo files from the microSD ?

I have a USB to SD/microSD adaptor for reading the microSD from
my PC / laptop
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You could try Redo Backup.  It is a backup/recovery program that runs from a Live CD so you will need to download the iso, burn it, and then boot from it.  http://redobackup.org
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Use software's like "recover myfiles" you should be able to get your pictures back.

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There are number of softwares that can do that for you but here are some of the best ones :

Stellar Phoenix
Power Data Recovery
Recuva


Try any of the above and you will get your data back IFF it hasn't been overridden. BUt i ll suggest you to use one of the 1st two.

Thanks !!
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Are those tools freeware ?
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Did you install new software or other changes? Perhaps another applicaion reclassified your files.
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redo is free.
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ok
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Recuva is free but other two are not simply because of the fact that are premium softwares in their class, and you don't best things for free but i think i need to tell you how can you get full versions of these softwares or infact of any software. TRy and you will find for yourself

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