Encountered "SD card corrupted and damaged, you may have to reformat it"? Well, you're not the only person who suffered from SD card data loss. Don't freak out since there is something useful that can help you recover data from SD card. That's Card Data Recovery for Mac.
It's is a data recovery software for SD card that is used by mobile phone, digital camera, camcorders or even game consoles. It enables you to recover all the data stored in SD card: photos, videos, documents, songs, documents and other files on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. It supports all SD card on the market: Transcend, Sandisk, Lexar, Kingston, Samsung, Verbatim, etc. It also has the Windows version Card Data Recovery.
How to Recover Deleted, Formatted, Corrupted Files from SD Card on Mac OS X 10.10
Here's how to use this SD card data recovery software to get back the lost data. Before we go the steps below, do keep in mind that you'd better stop using your SD card as soon as you realize you lost your data.
Step 1: Connect SD card to your Mac
Power off your device and take out your SD card and then connect it to your Mac with a card reader.
Step 2: Select a recovery mode
Select a recovery mode as its name implies.
Step 3: Select your SD card and file types
Select your SD card as the target drive and select the file types you'd like to recover. And then click "Scan".
Step 4: Preview and recover deleted files from SD card.
After scanning, you will all found files on your SD card. Preview and check the files you'd like to recover and navigate a folder on your Mac to save the recovered data.
For users who're using Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion and under, refer to this tutorial for your information.