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The DIY data recovery solutions described on this page make it possible for anyone to recover lost files from all kinds of storage devices with little to no special knowledge and technical skills. But just because such solutions are readily available and highly effective doesn’t mean that you have to use them.
If you would rather let professionals recover your data for you, then you can do so thanks to professional data recovery services like CleverFiles Data Recovery Center.
When you choose a professional data recovery service, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your files are in the hands of experts with state-of-the-art equipment and many years of experience.
The cost of professional data recovery services varies based on the cause of data loss (it’s considerably more difficult to recover data from physically damaged devices than devices that have suffered logical damage) and the number and size of files that need to be restored. You can expect to pay between a few hundred to a few thousand dollars for most data recovery jobs.
Files deleted from an SD card most likely won’t be present in the Trash folder, and it’s also very unlikely that you’ll be able to recover them using Time Machine since it typically backs up only the main hard drive. You can, however, recover them using third-party data recovery software like Disk Drill, PhotoRec, or R-Studio.