Secure Digital (SD) is a non-volatile memory card format for use in portable devices, such as mobile phones, digital cameras, GPS navigation devices, and tablet computers. An SD card features high data transfer rate and low battery consumption, both primary considerations for portable devices. It uses flash memory to provide nonvolatile storage, which means that a power source is not required to retain stored data.
We are told that SD cards can protect their contents from erasure or modification, prevent access by non-authorized users, and protect copyrighted content using digital rights management (DRM).
However, it doesn’t mean there is no risk when using it. Even though the data stored in it won’t be stolen or cheated by others, it might be lost due to our carelessness. We may delete photos or documents by accident, or in other case, the SD card is formatted accidently on account of wrong operation.
, a multifunctional software, empowers you to recover amounts of files that have been deleted from your formatted SD card on Mac. Images, videos, audio files, document files, etc
. are inclusive. No matter what type of Mac you are using, iMac, Macbook, Macbook Air or Macbook pro
, SD Card Recovery assists you solve this stuff.
Download the trial version from below to have a try!
How to Recover SD Card Files on Mac
Step 1.Select Recovery Mode to Start Program
Launch External Hard Drive Recovery, and then you’ll get an interface as follow. Here, On the main interface of Data Recovery, click "Recover Data
" to start recovering lost or deleted files from Mac hard drives/volumes.
Note: You can read the instructions in the interface carefully to have a better understanding of this utility and select the best recovery mode for yourself.
Step 2.Scan Your External Hard Drive for Lost Data
Drive Recovery has four sub-modules as shown. The recovery steps are similar for each of these modules. Click "Quick Recovery
" under "Drive Recovery
Note: If you want to recover data from a formatted external hard drive on your Mac, you can select "Enable Deep Scan
Step 3.Restore Data from Mac External Hard Drive
Select the desired volume under the "Volume(s)
" list and click right arrow in the bottom-right corner of the screen to start scanning.
Note: Please do not save the recoverable files back to your SD card after the recovery. You can select a folder on your Mac to keep them.