SD card or secure digital card is a small portable external storage device which can be used as a primary storage device in various multimedia devices like digital cameras, iPods, camcorders, mobile phones, etc. However, at times your vital collection of photos, videos, music collection, applications, RAW files, documents, spreadsheets, and so on. get deleted/lost due to various known or unknown factors.
SanDisk Recovery is an highly-effective solution to perform photo retrieval from SanDisk SD card. Rather than just recovering media files from all series of SanDisk memory cards, it is also capable to restore deleted files from SanDisk flash drive, SSD, and so on. The software employs a strong recovery engine to securely to recover SanDisk images of various file formats like TIFF, JPG, JPEG, IMG, PPM, Exif, BMP, DWG, and PNG so on. Including RAW photos, it can restore all other media file formats of audio files, video files, text files, etc.
Further reading: Learn the easy steps to retrieve data from SanDisk Ultra SSD using this amazing file recovery utility.
This program can be installed on any edition of Windows and Mac operating systems. There is even a demo version of the SanDisk Recovery program available for free. The trial version of this software lets you Preview the recoverable files and also Save Recovery Session. When the photo recovery is complete, you can save the restored media items in the desired storage drive.
Step 1: Get the SanDisk Recovery tool installed on your PC.
Step 2: Connect the SanDisk SD card externally to the computer.
Step 3: Open the recovery application and select Recover Files option.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 4: The software performs restoration of photos from the selected SanDisk SD card.
Figure 2: Scanning for files
Step 5: In the next window, check for the retrieved images under the images section using either Data View or File Type View.
Figure 3: Recovery results
Step 6: Now preview the recovered photos and mark the ones you wish to save.
Figure 4: Preview Window
Step 7: Mention a target location to save restored SD card photos. Hit on the Save icon.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files