If you are fond of listening to music, then Panasonic D-Snap SV-SD850N mp3 player is a must have for you. Nothing gives you more pleasure than being plugged on to it. And that’s because you have painstakingly downloaded all your favorite songs into it. When you are in the right mood, you listen to peppy numbers. And when you are not, you have sombre songs to soothe you. But are your songs safe in your mp3 Player? One day when you are not in the right frame of mind, you may end up pressing the wrong button. What if it happens to be the delete button? In a whiff you end up losing all your favorite songs. Will you be able to accept the loss? If you end up committing such a mistake, keep your cool. Your favorite songs are still there in your gadget. You just need to take the right step.
Panasonic D-Snap SV-SD850N offers a 4-line OLED display, MP3/WMA/AAC support, FM tuner, and line-in recording. Apart from a sleek design it has a noise-cancellation feature that reduces ambient noise by 83% making it a perfect music player for noisy places. And with an incredible battery-life of 80-hours, you can go weeks without connecting it to a charger or your system, unless you land up in a situation like this and delete the songs.
When you delete a music file it remains there intact until it gets overwritten. It is just that you as well as the file system of your Panasonic D-Snap SV-SD850N is not able to locate the file and hence cannot play it. Data Recovery software can come to your rescue in such cases. They work like detectives, find your mp3 files from the deepest part of the memory and restores back to a folder you want.
Data recovery sounds like a complex process but it is actually diametrically opposite. You just need to know how to click your mouse button. Connect your Panasonic D-Snap SV-SD850N to your computer. Download Remo Recover Media software and select your music player for the scanning process to commence. Now take a back seat and wait for a few minutes to see all your favorite songs getting recovered by the software and you getting back to listening them again.