However, you must be very pained when you lose data from those SD card in following situations:
• Accidentally deleted files from SD card
• Formatted SD card
• SD card got corrupted or inaccessible
• Virus inflection
• Power failure
Thanks to the Android Data Recovery, a third party program, allows you to recover photos and videos from SD cards on Android devices, as well as contacts and messages on SIM cards. Now, please turn to the step-by-step guide on how to get back deleted data from Android SD card.
Step 1 Prevent Your Files from Being Overwritten
You will be required not to Update your Android any more once you found your Android data lost. No matter how they get lost, broken, crack, fails to upgrade, dead, and so on, you should stop updating anything to your Android and download Android Data Recovery on your computer to get the deleted data back.
Step 2 Run Android Data Recovery Program
Download and install the software on your PC or Mac. Run the program, select "Android SD Card Data Recovery" mode in the left column.
Step 3 Connect SD Card to the Computer
Insert your SD card in a card reader and connect the reader to the computer, then, hit the "Next" button to move to the next step. When your SD card is detected, it will show on the interface with the size and name. Select it and press "Next" button.
Then, choose a storage scanning mode to get started. There are three modes provided, select the one meets your need.
Step 4 Analyze and Scan Your Android SD Card
The software will start scanning your SD card for the lost files.
Note: You can only restore photos, videos, audios and documents from SD Card. If you want to recover other data, you should scan for Android phones.
Step 5 Preview and recover data from Android SD cards
After finish scanning the SD card, you will be able to preview found files such as photos, audios, videos and documents, so as to check whether your lost files are found or not. Then select files you want to recover from SD card and click on "Recover" button.
Issues 1 SD Card Mounting Problem on Android
When you remove your SD card from your Android device or transfer the data from device storage to SD card, you sometimes would be prompted that there is a mounting error with your SD card. The way to solve SD card mounting problem on Android always refers to two steps: Unmount SD Card and Format SD Card.
Issues 2 Insufficient Storage Available Error When Download Apps in SD card
Have you ever met the situation that when you download an app to your Android, it turns out to notify that it is insufficient storage available? Actually, when you download the applications on your Android, it would be saved on your internal storage by default. If you have figured out the reasons, it is not so difficult to solve the insufficient storage available error.
Issues 3 "Preparing SD Card" Error Stuck on Android
When inserting the SD card into your Android phone, it keeps prompting that “Preparing SD Card. Checking for errors”. In this way, to fix the "Preparing SD Card" error stuck on Android is pretty urgent.
Issues 4 Cannot View Photos Saved in SD Card in Gallery on Android
We sometime would insert the SD card to our Android phone so that it could keep more files on the gadget. However, when you check the photos from the SD card on your device, you could not be able to find it out. To fix the problem of unable to view photos saved in SD card in Gallery on Android, you can try to reboot device, reinsert SD card, check if photos can be viewed on computer or directory on the SD card, or format SD card.
Keep a habit of back up your Android frequently. Thus, you can easily recover your Android data and don't need to worry about losing important photos and videos on your Android. Besides photos and video from the SD card, Android Data Recovery also lets you recover contacts and messages from SIM card on your Android device.