sd card data recovery

SD Memory Card Data Recovery Melbourne, Sydney and Perth

SD-Card Data Recovery -

We have high success rate in complicated SD Card data recovery in Sydney , Melbourne & Perth.

Has your storage device gone and died on you?

Never fear, Recovery Squad will come to the rescue.

There is nothing worse than having amazing photographs you went to such an effort to take on your last holiday, relegated to technological purgatory because your SD card is damaged. Our expert data recovery technicians are dedicated to helping you retrieve all of those captured moments with our SD and micro SD data recovery service. Whether your SD card has suffered physical damage, data loss, or the software is refusing to co-operate, Recovery Squad will use our engineering expertise and unique software to salvage most or all of your files. We service both full and micro size SDHC and SDXC formats. We work with all brands as well as unbranded models.

Retrieval Made Easy

Just like the SD technology we service, Recovery Squad like to keep things fast and simple. We have devised a transparent three step process to retrieve your files, and in as little as 24 hours we can have your data returned and fully functional.

SD Card Data Recovery-


This occurs when the media arrives at our recovery center. A professional technical engineer will examine your full sized or micro SD card and give you an estimate for both the cost and how much data is likely to be retrievable.


During the recovery process we will use our specialist technology to retrieve data from your micro SD card without causing it any further damage.


Once we have completed the recovery process, we will send you a detailed list of all the files recovered from your device. We can upload recovered data onto any device you choose, or onto your cloud storage.

Recovery Squad can retrieve data from a wide range of media including iPhoneshard disksUSB flash drives, and RAID systems. For more information on any of our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 1300 495 440.

Professional SD Card Data Recovery-

What is the cost of SD card Data Recovery?

The cost of SD card recovery in Melbourne , Sydney & Perth depends on the type of damage that occurred. We offer our quote within 1-2 days on average once we have analyzed the condition of your SD card. We are known for providing hassle-free and quick micro SD card recovery in Melbourne at pocket-friendly prices.

Recovery Squad has expertise in offering the following Micro SD card recovery services in Melbourne , Perth & Sydney :

1. Standard Data Recovery Services

The card is accessed externally with special connectors to gain access. If it responds, then the data is safely transferred to another drive and saved.

2. Advanced Chip Level Data Recovery Services

In case of physically damaged or severely corrupted cards, we recommend going for our advanced level recovery procedure. The card is read by a custom fixture or by directly soldering wires to the microchip. The chips are then read bit by bit, and the recovered data is converted into files and saved on the other, non-corrupt drive.

We offer SD card recovery in Melbourne in three forms:
• Economy (Not very Urgent)
• Priority (Urgent)
• Emergency services (Very Urgent)

How long will it take for SD card Data Recovery?

The time required to recover data from SD card depends on the damage caused and capacity of the card. In general, we take 24 hours to 3-4 working days to recover data from an SD card.

Frequently Asked Questions? (FAQs)

Why do Micro SD Cards fail?

A data card’s failure is because of various reasons, including water damage, exposure to excessive heat or cold, damage caused by jerks, mishandling, virus attack, using the same card on multiple devices, improper ejection of the card, etc.

Will I be able to use my storage device again?

We suggest not to reuse your corrupted SD card once the data has been retrieved. The storage structure of a data card is damaged once the corrupted data has been recovered.

What precautions should I take to protect my SD card?
  • Always eject your card safely
  • Format your card on the computer instead of a digital device
  • Don’t leave your card connected to a computer while it is booting
Go to Top