Updated on July 26th, 2019
This post introduces how to recover deleted photos from exFAT memory card. exFAT photo recovery can be an easy task if you use Eassos Recovery.
exFAT photo loss scenario
“Hi, I have a Canon digital camera which was formatted as exFAT by my brother. I took it to my trip outside of the city. We took hundreds of photos and videos clips. But the memory card running out of space, I have to delete some files to get more space for new photos. Unluckily, I press delete button accidentally after I just select a folder. I didn’t want to delete it, as it holds nearly 200 pics. Then I shut down the camera and took picture with my phone. Is there anything I can do to recover data from exFAT drive now?”
Calm down, data recovery is possible
No need to worry. exFAT recovery is not that difficult as long as lost files have been overwritten. exFAT file system is one of the most commonly used file system type. It does not have limitation on partition size or single file size. It is able to store a file which is larger than 4GB. Besides, it is compatible with Windows, Linux and MAC OS. If files are deleted from exFAT drive, they are not permanently erased until files get overwritten. That means you are able to get deleted file back once your recovery software supports exFAT drive.
Free exFAT photo recovery software
Eassos Recovery free is free and user-friendly exFAT data recovery software and it has the ability to recover deleted photos and other data from exFAT / FAT32 / NTFS drive. it can recover permanently deleted data removed by shift + delete or emptied from Recycle Bin. Moreover, it recovers formatted exFAT / FAT32 / NTFS partition. As powerful recovery software it is compatible with all kinds of storage devices like HDD, external HDD, flash drive, SD card, TF card, etc.
How to recover deleted photos from exFAT drive
Step 1: Select a recovery mode to recover deleted phots from exFAT drive
Step 2: Scan the exFAT drive
Step 3: Preview and recover data
Eassos Recovery Free displays lost files it just finds out so that you can click “Preview” to view file content. You can click “Pause” button to pause the scanning process and recover files. Select photos you want to restore and click “Recover” button.