How safe are your favorite MP3 music files in your Samsung GALAXY S mobile? The standard belief is it is safe as long as you don’t press the delete button in haste. Given the number of times you fiddle with your mobile, pressing the delete button accidentally is quite possible. What if you fall into this trap? No points for guessing; you end up losing your file. And if it happens to be your favorite audio file, something which took you years to come by, your sorrow would know no bounds. But take heart, losing your mp3 file isn’t an irreversible process. Deleted music files can be traced back with just a few clicks.
Listening to music in Samsung GALAXY S mobile is always a mind blowing experience. With 36 hours battery backup and expandable microSD™ card (up to 32GB) you can turn your mobile into a mobile music library cum home theatre. The 5.1 channel SoundAlive™ audio effect and 1.3W stereo speaker makes listening such a delightful experience, that you simply cannot afford to lose a favorite track to accidental deletion.
When you delete mp3 music files, it simply disappears from the user interface. This, however, doesn’t mean it disappears from the file system of the Transcend micro SD memory card. So while you think it is no longer there, it is still there lying abandoned in a remote corner of the system. Then why is it that you don’t get to see it? It’s simply because it remains untraceable to the file system. This is where data recovery software can come in handy. It sniffs the file out from its hiding place, pulls it up and dumps it into a folder for you to trace.
Now how to go about recovering the deleted audio files? Getting back your deleted music files is as easy as pie. Get your mobile connected to your PC. Download the file recovery software and activate it for scanning. Select your mobile, and follow the simple step by step instructions, on screen. While you wait with bated breath, the software goes about looking for the deleted file. It won’t be an agonizing wait, as the software won’t take much time to pull the files out. However, if you have deleted too many file types, the software may take some time. But it certainly is worth the wait.
If you haven’t pressed the delete button accidentally, think twice before you okay the deletion. If not, committing in haste will lead to repenting at leisure.