Not a single card i have many cases bt results same. All cases are formatted via phonelcoughey wrote:May I suggest you actually provide details about a case, rather than jumping right into the questions?
What is the brand, model and capacity of the card?
What is the reported problem with the card?
Does it detect with the correct capacity?
What do the sectors look like in an editor? (Screenshot)
Is the card encrypted?
Just a normal case if a guy format a card via phone that scan via software anyoneJared wrote:It's impossible for us to know without more details. Was it spitting out bad sector errors? Are the sectors all reading zeros or FF, there are a million things that could be going on and each case is different.
mayanksharmaggc wrote:Not a single card i have many cases bt results same. All cases are formatted via phone
Card for data recovery.lcoughey wrote:mayanksharmaggc wrote:Not a single card i have many cases bt results same. All cases are formatted via phone
It is entirely possible that the cards formatted in the phones were also encrypted by the phone. But, we'd still need to know why the card is being brought to you for data recovery? Did the card fail? Does the card report that it wants to be formatted? Did the user already format it? Did the user delete files?
I will tell next dayJared wrote:Open the data of the card up in some hex editor and scroll up and down. Do you actually see data? Do you see any plain text you can read anywhere? Do you see all zeros or all the same repeating pattern?
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