Can I take my Verizon Motorola Razor SD card into my new phone to access files? And is it possible to recover deleted mags & p

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Can I use my Motorola Droid SD card in a new phone and access all pics and files?
Is it possible to also recover deleted pictures and/or messages?
 
If the SD card is the same physical size, and is not encoded to make it run apps on the current device, then you should be able to use it on the new phone. However, if the size is different, or if you had made it internal storage (which gets encoded) to run apps from the card, then the new device won't be able to read or access the data on it.

Deleted messages are usually gone. However you can try the following for all deleted files...

While there is no guaranty that you can get them back. Deleted does mean deleted. There are a few apps/programs out there that 'may' be able to help you recover the data.

A few of the programs you could try would be... DiskDigger, MobiSaver, Android-Recovery and Tenorshare. They are all data recovery apps/programs. There are many others out there, so check around and see which you would rather try. There is also one called RECUVA, that I have heard is free, which you could try.

One important note though, most of these programs are not free. They may say they are "free" or have "Free Trials" and "Free Downloads". Yet to actually recover your data, and get your files back, you may be have to purchase the program/app. Just so you know.

NOTE: For future reference, I really would suggest backing up your data to a computer or cloud. Often. Better to spend the time doing that, rather than to be out all that stuff if the phone dies, things get deleted/erased or it gets stolen.
 
If the SD card is the same physical size, and is not encoded to make it run apps on the current device, then you should be able to use it on the new phone. However, if the size is different, or if you had made it internal storage (which gets encoded) to run apps from the card, then the new device won't be able to read or access the data on it.

Deleted messages are usually gone. However you can try the following for all deleted files...

While there is no guaranty that you can get them back. Deleted does mean deleted. There are a few apps/programs out there that 'may' be able to help you recover the data.

A few of the programs you could try would be... DiskDigger, MobiSaver, Android-Recovery and Tenorshare. They are all data recovery apps/programs. There are many others out there, so check around and see which you would rather try. There is also one called RECUVA, that I have heard is free, which you could try.

One important note though, most of these programs are not free. They may say they are "free" or have "Free Trials" and "Free Downloads". Yet to actually recover your data, and get your files back, you may be have to purchase the program/app. Just so you know.

NOTE: For future reference, I really would suggest backing up your data to a computer or cloud. Often. Better to spend the time doing that, rather than to be out all that stuff if the phone dies, things get deleted/erased or it gets stolen.
 
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