“When viewing photos in my phone or when listening to songs, I get an error ‘SD card removed unexpectedly’ multiple times. I am not sure why this is happening? I would appreciate any help regarding this issue. Thanks in advance!
We understand how annoying this issue can be and are to help you! But before we move onto the solution, it is important to understand the reasons for the error. The error mainly occurs due to:
Solutions to resolve ‘SD removed unexpectedly error’
To resolve the error, let us first try some basic solutions such as re-inserting the card and mounting it. Just follow along with the steps.
Solution 1: Remove the SD card and re-insert it
Switch OFF your phone and remove the SD card from it. Then reinsert the card and switch ON your phone. If the error occurred because the card was not properly inserted, it will likely be resolved once you re-insert it.
Solution 2: Mount SD card
Once the SD card is properly inserted, you can unmount the device and re-mount it.
If these steps don’t help, your card is probably corrupt and needs formatting. Formatting will help resolve the issue in most cases. To recover data from the card that is corrupted, you can make use of specialized data recovery tools.
Remo SD card recovery is a great tool to recover data from corrupted or damaged SD cards. It performs a deep scan of the device and recovers all data and partitions. The unique thing about the software is that it uses a read only mechanism, so your data and partitions maintain the original structure and content after recovery.
Special features of Remo Recovery software:
Step 1: After installing Remo Recover software on your computer, run the application and select “Recover Drives” option from main screen.
Figure A: Main Screen
Step 2: By selecting the “Partition Recovery” option you can go ahead with data recovery process from blank SD card drive.
Figure B: Select Partition Recovery Option
Step 3: After selection of the SD card drive from where you want to recover data and click “Next” button then scanning process gets started.
Figure C: Select Drive
Step 4: After software completes scanning process, you can be viewed the list of recoverable data in any two types of views which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.
Figure D: Recovered Data
Step 5: Finally, you can store the recoverable data to any location accessible to your host computer.
Figure E: Save Recoverable Data