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Old 08-22-2010, 11:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently dropped my phone and was only able to recover the phone and battery but couldnt locate my SD card.
Under directory listing, I see list of the Documents, Photos and Videos i had before but couldnt open them as it shows" Memory card removed".
Is there anyway i can recover the documents? Please Help Me!!
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If they were on the media card then you can't get them without the media card. Sorry.
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thank you for your reply, really appreciate.. this is very devastating for me as i have lots of information in it. But I still see the file names in the directory, is there really no way i can retrieve them? Dont the phone do any sort of backup?

Will sending my phone to a Professional Data Retriever help?
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What you see on the device is an index only. Since the card that was in there was probably 1-4GB and the physical memory on the device is only 256MB it's pretty obvious that the phone can't backup what is on your card. It's up to us as users to make backups of our data. Sending to a professional Data Retriever will not help. Sorry...
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It's always advisable to regularly backup the data on the Media Card. Especially if it contains important data.
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