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How To Recover Data From Corrupted Galaxy A7 2018 SD card

Steps To Recover Data From Corrupted Galaxy A7 2018 SD card: Memory space has been a big issue when the smartphone grew into something important for the man. When the smartphones increased in reliability and power, many started to use it as one gadget for all solutions. This increased usage does increase the amount of data being saved to the device. And there comes the need for more memory space on these devices. This is what increased the popularity of SD card with smartphones.

The Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 was a mid-range device from Samsung which comes with some decent specification. This is the first Samsung device to comes equipped with a triple rear camera. The phone comes equipped with a 6.00-inch touchscreen display. It also has a super AMOLED Full HD Plus Screen with 2220 x 1080 pixels screen resolution.

The Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 is powered by octa-core processor which is Samsung’s own Exynos CPU Primarily Clocked at 1.8 GHz. It is coupled with 4GB Of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card. The Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 sports a triple rear camera setup (24MP + 5MP + 8MP) and a 24MP Front Camera. The device houses a 3300mAh non-removable battery. It runs Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.

Micro SD cards today are used with a majority of smartphones as the most reliable and useful external memory source. SD cards with a varying number of capacities are available on the market today. As we say every coin has two sides SD cars do have this too. Although being the most comfortable way to store data, this can sometimes fail or get corrupted. But as we are in the tech world where everything has a solution, a corrupted SD card never means the end of the world. There are different possible ways you can try to get the data you saved on a corrupted SD card recovered. Although not 100% these steps do can help you get your valuable photos and documents back.

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Different Ways To Recover Data From Corrupted Galaxy A7 2018 SD card

Recover Data From Corrupted Galaxy A7 2018 SD card

There are several possible ways you can try which will help you get your data back. All these are listed here in this article.

Try with other devices

When your device didn’t accept memory cards it always doesn’t mean that you have an issue with the card. It can also happen because of an issue on your device. So the most basic thing you can do is to try your card with other devices. If the card doesn’t get read by any other devices you can go for other steps. If it does get read, by other devices the problems is for sure with your device.

Use your computer

If the SD card is not getting read by any devices, it is time you get help from your computer. You can connect your card to the computer and try opening it. If this doesn’t work you will have to use the chkdsk command on your command prompt. The steps to do this are:

  1. Connect your SD card to your computer
  2. Click on start menu
  3. Go to all programs
  4. Click on accessories
  5. Open command prompt by clicking on it
  6. Enter the command chkdsk [sd card drive letter]: /r

The final solution is to use third-party applications. There are many apps which can help you recover data which has been deleted. Using one such can help you get your lost data recovered easily.

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