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Don't want to let my phone format my memory card!

Phone Wants to Format My Memory Card
my mobile memory card saying formet your memory card i can't do this because my personal data is there i want my all personal data i need backup my micro sd card how i beckup my card plz help me plzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Thu, 20 Nov 2014 21:04:22 +0300

1. Pull the memory card out of your phone.
2. Put it into a PC card reader (you may need an adapter).
3. Put it in your PC.

Can your PC read the card?

If so, copy all the data to your PC.

If not, your card may be damaged. And that may be why your phone wants to format it. There is a chance formatting it will revive your card, but at the cost of losing your data (which may be permanently lost anyway). You may need to get a new card if it is not revive-able.

Thu, 20 Nov 2014 21:07:39 +0300

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