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Recover Deleted files from Memory Card | Going GNU I use my Sony Ericsson W700i mobile extensively. It became my third hand. I take photos, record speeches as video and audio, enjoy MP3 music and podcasts etc. I have 1GB memory card and it is always filled with the stuff above mentioned. Recently, I deleted all files in my memory card, unfortunately. I gave the command to delete them all. rm -rf * /media/disk What to do? There are some costly windows tools available for this. Who needs Gates, in a world of no fences? Google is my friend and ubuntu is my lover. Got this link There are some bunch of tools available in Linux for Data recovery. dd mount PhotoRec foremost sleuthkit. All helped me a lot. First thing I did is “ Take a image of memory card “. So, dd if=/dev/sda of=my_card.img bs=512 The file my_card.img is the extract copy of my memory card. Next, tried PhotoRec tool. How to recover lost files after you accidentally wipe your hard drive I installed PhotoRec from ubuntu repositories. what to do? i