As usual, before such thing happen to you I hope you can read this first to ensure you can retrieve all lost photos completely. In order to recover lost or deleted photos on a micro SD card are similar to recover them on a SD card.
If the micro SD card is still on your digital camera, please stop using the digital camera and remove the micro SD card from the device. If the micro SD card has locking feature, lock it so that any existing data will remain untouched. This is necessary in case you make a spoil during recovery process.
Now come the most important process and used to be tricky… How to recover the lost photos?
To recover them, you should use desktop computer or laptop since you are going to use trusted and reliable recovery tool. Yes, it can be very tricky if are not using any recovery tool.
But if you use recovery tool such as Stellar Photo Recovery, you can do what the computer expert do although you don’t have a computer expert knowledge.
If your laptop or computer does not have the slot to insert micro SD card, you can use USB memory card reader so that your computer can detect and read the storage device.
Since the tool have user friendly interface, everyone who has basic computer knowledge can use this tool and you can expect successful photo recovery. But please make sure you apply all the 3 rules first to ensure recovery can be done at the fullest.
Although you will be using this recovery tool to recover media files and photos on small size storage, but in reality you can still use the same software to recover media in a storage devices having storage capacity up to 2TB.
Moreover, with the latest version of Stellar Photo Recovery, now you can see the preview of the scanned photos, videos, audios.
If you need to recover videos instead of photos, here are some of the video file formats supported by the software, include MP4, 3GP, AVI, MPEG, Matroska Video File (MKV), AVCHD Video File (MTS), Divx Encoded Movie File (DIVX), MOI Video File, Video Object File (VOB), OGG Media Player (OGM), 3G2, ASX.
That’s all.. Good luck with your photo recovery.