DiskDigger App, Recovery Your Photos & Videos

DiskDigger : Most types of media that your computer can read, like hard drives, USB flash drives, memory cards, CDs, DVDs, and floppy discs, can get back lost files. Keep in mind that DiskDigger can’t get data back from Android or iOS devices that are connected to your PC via USB. Use the DiskDigger app for Android to get back files from an Android device. Also, if your Android device stores data on a microSD card, please take out the card and use a card reader to connect it straight to your PC so that DiskDigger for Windows can scan it right away.

Each time you read a disc, you can choose between two different ways for DiskDigger to work. The names of these modes are “dig deep” and “dig deeper.” Here is a quick list of what each mode can do:

  • Dig Deep
    • Undelete files from FAT (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32), NTFS, and exFAT partitions.
    • Recover any type of file.
    • Filter recoverable files by name and size.
    • Sort recoverable files by name, size, date, and directory.

You can get back lost things on your hard drive, memory cards, USB flash drives, and anything else with DiskDigge. Now you can use DiskDigger to find files on an old USB drive, recover lost files from your computer, or see what files are on your camera’s memory card after formatting it. To find out more, look at the full list of features.

Common Features

  • It works with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. It works with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows.
  • It works in Linux too.
  • You can see recovered files as a list or as thumbnails.
  • Picture thumbnails, music album art from MP3 and WMA files, and executable file icons will all be shown in thumbnails!
  • When you choose a file that can be recovered, a full sample of the file appears (as much as possible). For picture files, it will show the picture (you can pan and zoom). For word files, it will only show the text of the file. It will let you play back some music files.
  • There is EXIF data (camera model, date shot, sensor settings, etc.) that can be seen in previews of JPG and TIFF files.
  • When you preview an MP3 file, ID3 details like the artist, album, genre, and so on will show up.
  • When you preview a ZIP file, a list of the things that are inside the archive will appear.

Time for another important update to DiskDigger for Windows, as well as DiskDigger for Android! Here is what’s new in the Windows version:

  • Some Raw camera files (.SR2,.CR2, and.CR3) can now be recovered more easily.
  • It is now possible to retrieve Autodesk Eagle (.BRD) drawings.
  • It is now possible to get back info from.VHDX (Hyper-V virtual hard disc) disc images. Open DiskDigger, then click the “Advanced” tab and then the “Scan disc image” button to pick out your disc image.
  • Now there is a more advanced way to save all restored file types at once. When you use “Dig deeper” mode, the recoverable files are put into tabs based on their file name. If you are sure you want to recover all the files in all the tabs at once, hold down Shift and right-click on the list of files. You will then see a choice to save all the files.

And here are the updates for the Android version:

  • Made it easier to save files that can be recovered back to local storage.
  • Better support for the new file rights that Android 11 added. If you start DiskDigger and then tap the “Full scan” or “Basic photo scan” button, it will ask for permission to view all of your device’s files. You’ll need to tap the “Go to settings” button, then flip the switch to allow the access, and then go back. The scan will start itself.

Just a quick but important update to DiskDigger for Windows:

  • It is now easier to get back compressed files that are stored on NTFS drives. When recovered, compressed files that can be retrieved will be automatically uncompressed.
  • In Dig Deeper mode, it is now possible to find PostScript (.PS) and Encapsulated PostScript (.EPS) files.
  • Old IBM PC-DOS files can now be found more easily.
  • The drive letter(s) that are currently mapped to each disc is now shown on the list of discs that can be scanned.
  • Better ways to save and restore sessions, so you can pause and resume long scans.

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