Unformat XQD Card: Recover Lost Data from Formatted XQD Card Mac
Accidentally formatted your XQD Card? The file system kept asking you to format the XQD card error like "SD card is not formatted. Do you want to format it now?" You may format the XQD card due to wrong operation, inaccessible, virus attack, RAW file system and other reasons. However, all files including photos, videos, audio files, documents and more files will be lost after formatting. After XQD Card formatting, you must stop using the XQD Card immediately and do not save any new data on the XQD Card, or your formatted data would overwritten and cannot unformat the XQD Card. On this page, we will show you the easy way to unformat XQD Card and get back you lost data from formatted XQD Card on a Mac computer. This article also applies to Unformat SD Card, Unformat CF Card, Unformat Memory Card, Unformat USB Flash Drive, and Unformat your External Hard Drive on Mac.
Download Mac Unformat Software to Recover Data after Formatting XQD Card on Mac
When you format your XQD Card or any other removable storage devices, the files will not be removed at all and they are still on your XQD Card, waiting to be overwritten by new data. Continue using the XQD Card can lead to data corruption and even permanent data loss beyond recovery. Mac SD Memory Card Data Recovery Pro is the best Mac Unformat Software which can help you unformat your XQD Card and get back all lost data, including photos, videos, music, documents file, Emails and more. It also supports unformat your SD Card, USB Flash drive and external hard drive on Mac.
How to Unformat XQD Card and Recover Data from Formatted XQD Card on Mac
Download and install this Unformat XQD Card software on Mac computer. Connect the formatted XQD Card to Mac and run the software.
Step 1 Select Data Recovery Mode
Select a data recovery mode and click "Start".
Step 2 Select the Formatted XQD Card
Select the card and click Scanning.
Step 3 Recover Data from Formatted XQD Card
Preview the found files, then select the files and click "Recovering".