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How to fix 32gb micro sd card that can not be read in android phone? And how can retrieve my files?

My Micro SD card is not working since yesterday. It can't be read in my android phone.
asked Feb 3, 2014 by anonymous
retagged Jul 30, 2015 by mshelton

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Is your adapter ok? Is so you can plug it into your pc and back up files then formatthe card and then you can put all your files back on... (backing up your fles is imporant otherwise you lose everything) & fyi... if you have apps you will need to reinstall them
answered Feb 17, 2014 by BlueDragon
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answered Mar 8, 2014 by suma
Try reading the card from a computer and, if you don't initially see the data, before you do anything that might write to the card, try using a data recovery tool. Recuva by Piriform works well as does EaseUS's Data Recovery Wizard. In addition a quick search will provide you with some recovery tools specific to memory cards.
answered Jun 6, 2014 by Tumbleweed_Biff (33,700 points)

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