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Lost pictures in memory after answering "yes" in Format.

I was experimenting with camera options. I went to "Settings" > "Format" > answered "yes". I could no longer find my pictures that was stored in the camera. The message I get is "No Image !"

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You have formatted your camera memory card and want to rescue reserved pictures back?
All right! Without data backups on another place, you can easily download memory card data recovery software to go on:
http://blog4mark.blogspot.com/2012/12/photo-recovery-after-delete.html
Start this data recovery software to scan your phone memory card and see how many of your original pictures could be copied out from this memory card.
Note: Never format this phone memory card without data backups again.

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Formatting will delete all images stored on the card. They are gone

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