What's up guys this is article HDD recovery services today i will be, talking about micro SD cards and data recovery procedures from those devices. Microsd cards do not have external memory components which makes them a little bit more problematic to recover that from if your phone or your tablet or your card reader does not get the device to show up if the device is acting like it's not even there chances are the problem is on the physical level. So the software will not help but just to make sure i'll post a link in the description for a really.
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Ok that's going to be in the description but if it doesn't display your device in the devices view then don't bother buying it because it's not going to help you need professional help at that point so i'll show you the process that i use for data extraction on microsd cards what's involved and how it all gets processed.
If you have any questions post them in the comments below and enjoy the show. So first things first we got our micro SD card the back side has the interface that's what we're going to be working with the interface has two pins that are slightly taller than the rest it can be very easily spotted if you just look closer so that's your v CN v SS contact bats.
If you have access to a multimeter great set it up to continue to test with one probe on one end and another probe on another and if it displays on a number and doesn't make a beep you're good to go that means the controller is not shorted out and this card is not going to begin overheating if we put power to it so I begin the process by putting a 3m tape in a field of view of my microscope.
It's a double sided tape that will hold the unit in place the reason why I needed to be held in place is because we're going to apply we're going to send it a little bit now obviously use a high grade sandpaper. I use a condom it because I'm comfortable with but you can go higher. I mean especially if you haven't done it before i would recommend you start higher especially if it's like you're want first project or something and I'd take it a little bit of a time don't burn through the card for for extensive periods of time because you will damage just the circuit board most likely and that happens then you can forget about the recovery all together now what I'll do here is all just a little by little by monitoring it through the microscope. I'll be scratching the surface of this device and eventually that will expose the printed circuitry underneath the layer of acrylic plastic or paint or whatever that surface is covered with we need to expose that so I'm going to put this on fast-forward because it did take me quite a bit of time but eventually you'll see.
Oh design coming through that pain now once we burned through the entire mask will be able to begin the soldering for soldering procedure so we're almost there now and for the last part i just want to make sure like you guys understand this. We don't need to expose the whole back of that unit we need to just expose the bats that we're going to be soldering wires too because everything else there is going to be basically untouched so up here what i do once i get the mask thin enough. I fold my sandpaper to make it almost like a little sending block and then the microscope is very easy to see that it's going to be like a sanding block and it's very easy to control and not go over the edges edges are most vulnerable spots because they will be taking the most amount of of contact i'm guessing. so by folding it in the small pieces like this we can concentrate on the center of the card only and just expose . so you see those big oval shaped or circular Bad's that's what we're going to be using for our contacts and putting the adapter so this is almost done and it's almost ready to go so this is what it will end up looking like once you finish nice shiny surface is what we need to get because if there is any acrylic between the pad and and disorder you're not you're not going to be able to sort of device properly 32 gigs that's what it looks like once it's dried and ready for soldering.
So that's basically it would you guys just saw in front of you is a step-by-step procedure on a micro SD cards and data recovery from them. I had to fast forward this video a lot majority of parts are fast forwarded by three times some sections are actually had to be fast forwarded the bullsh wat by 15 times this process does take a lot of time on the compilation and soldering work alone took me about 20 minutes. So i had to chop out most of it is basically the same thing I'm going from wire to wire and just putting it into the memory card but overall the results are great client wanted pictures and pictures we got so successful recovery.
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