How I Learned More About SanDisk SD Card Recovery


I save all my data on a memory card and have always done this. I do this with both pictures and music. Recently I ran into some issues and accidentally erased all my data from one of my cards. I couldn’t believe I did this and wasn’t sure what to do because I never had this happen before. I started looking around for information about SanDisk SD card recovery and this is how I found out more about it.

First, I went to Google and typed in SanDisk SD card recovery. There seemed to be lots of information about how to recover information and pictures once they have been deleted. I was so happy to see so many things about it online because it gave me some hope that not all my data was lost.

I started reading about what I would need to do to get my pictures back. I read several different websites and forums that explained how to do it. I am not someone that is really what you would call technology savvy and it really wasn’t making sense to me what I needed to do.

That’s when I decided to ask a cousin of mine that knows alot about computers and works in that field. I sent him a text and asked him if he knew how to recover information from a SanDisk SD card. He said he did not know so I asked him if he could look into it for me. I sent him the link to the information I had found about recovering the information. A few minutes later he responded back to me and told me what I needed to do exactly and in simple terms.

After talking to him, I was able to figure out how to get the information from my SanDisk SD card back. It was easy to figure it out once he explained it to me. The information I found online may have been helpful to someone that is familiar with all of this stuff and there was lots of information about it. However, I am glad I asked my cousin about it because I may not have been able to figure it out on my own.

I am thankful I was able to get my data back that I accidentally erased. I am going to make sure that I never let that happen again because it really made me think I was never going to see any of my pictures again.

Since this incident, I have started using cloud storage more for photos along with this. Just in case something like this happens again I want to be prepared with a backup in case I am not able to get my data recovered again. It is easy to send pictures to the cloud and I have that reassurance that I will have copies of them if something happens to either method of saving them, like me deleting everything again.