SD card (Secure Digital card) is used abundantly in portable devices and it is a non volatile storage media. This can be used in mobile phones, digital camera, navigational devices, etc. There are various reasons due to which your files including photos may get deleted from SD card. To recover such deleted photos from SD card, you can make use of Photo Retrieval software. This software will not prevent losing data, but once the photos are lost or else deleted, you can employ this tool on your PC and recover the photos as well as other data from SD card. It is a most powerful and advanced app which has been developed keeping all aspects of data loss into mind. There is an efficient scanning engine incorporated with it, using which it will scan entire SD card thoroughly and brings back each and every files from the device. This tool is capable to retrieve Skype pictures of various formats like JPG, GIF,TIF JPEG, etc. It will not only restore photos from SD card, but it is capable of recovering up to 300 types of files which include videos, Word documents, Excel spreadsheet, PDF, etc.
Common reasons due to which you may lose photos from SD card:
Features of Photo Retrieval software:
Step 1: To retrieve deleted image files from SD card, download Photos Retrieval software and install it on your PCs. Run the tool and click on "Recover Photos" option from main screen as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1. Main Screen
Step 2: Then select "Recover Deleted Photos" from next screen as shown in Figure 2, according to the scenario encountered by you.
Figure 2. Select Recovery Option
Step 3: Select SD card and click on “Proceed” as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3. Select SD Card
Step 4: Select picture formats from the list on next screen of software and click on “Proceed” as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4. Select Photo Formats
Step 5: Software scans for photo files and displays result in two views namely “Data View” and “File Type View”. Double click on a photo file to preview it as shown in Figure 5. Save recovered files using "Save" option on a computer drive.
Figure 5. Preview Screen