How to Restore Photos from SD Card

Losing pictures from SD cards can be very distressing! Use Remo Recover software to recover photos of formats like PNG, GIF, JPG and more that lost in any situation from SD card brands like Sony, Kingston, Transcend, etc.

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Restoring deleted or lost pictures from SD card

Secure Digital, commonly known as SD card among users is an ultra-small storage medium used for storing audio, video files, pictures and other files. They are in great demand because of their storage capacity, tiny structure, high speed transfer rate and more than that it is cost effective. In spite of its benefits, they are not completely secure when it comes to data safety.

Just like any other storage device, SD cards are also prone to loss or deletion of files. Unintentional deletion, formatting, severe malware infections, abrupt removal or insertion of SD card, file system corruption etc. are some of the common reasons which may results in loss of pictures and other files from SD card. Such data loss situations can be easily resolved by using the backup file but, it become critical when you don't have any extra copy or backup of files stored in your SD card. However, it is still possible to restore pictures from SD card using Remo card recovery software.

One stop solution for retrieving pictures from SD card:

Card recovery software by Remo is one of the reliable, secured recovery tool that rigorously scans SD card for quick retrieval of lost or deleted photos. It's a non-damaging read only software which will not alter the original files during scanning process instead just extracts data and stores them in separate file. This application is self explanatory in nature as it provides simple GUI interface, so that everyone can use this software without any difficulty. This tool can be used to recover photos from other types of memory cards like SDHC, SDXC, CF, XD cards including other storage devices such as external hard drives, USB drives, and hard disk drives.

Apart from recovering media files from SD card, it allows you to retrieve other files like spreadsheets, documents, zip files, PDF files, PPT files and many more. You can even add / edit new file types (signatures) which you want recover from SD card. Moreover, this Photo Recovery tool can also retrieve photos from digital camera / camcorder with ease. The software is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS, which adds to the ease of use of this tool.

Causes of loss / deletion of pictures from SD card:

  • Deletion of pictures by mistake while deleting unwanted files
  • Accidental formatting of SD card will erase all the pictures
  • Removal of SD card during file transfer process also results in loss of pictures
  • Use of same SD card on various devices causes file system corruption which in turn results in loss of photos

Handy tips to avoid loss / deletion of pictures from SD card:

  • Always take backup of pictures on other storage devices to overcome data loss situations
  • Stop using SD card after losing pictures to avoid overwriting of files
  • Do not use same SD card in different devices
  • Always use "Safely Remove Hardware" option before unplugging SD card from computer / laptop

Steps for Restoring Photos from SD Card using Remo Recover:

Step 1: To recover pictures from SD cards, you have to first download and install the Remo Recover Software

Step 2: Run the software and select "Recover Photos" from main screen to recover pictures from SD card.

Step 3: Now choose between "Recover Deleted Photos" and "Recover Lost Photos" to proceed further.

Step 4: Select SD card from list of drives displayed to recover pictures and click on Next button to begin the scanning process.

Step 5: After the completion of scanning process, list of files recovered from SD card gets displayed.

Step 6: You also have an option to save recovery session which can be used in the future to avoid recanning of the SD card.

Step 7: You can view restored files before storing them on particular destination with the help of an option called Preview

Step 8: Finally select the files you want to recover and save it in a location of your choice

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