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Samsung SPH-M510 My daughter accidentally said YES to Formatting Memory Card, and no appears to have lost her photos and most of her music off her phone. Is there anything we can do about it?

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No theres nothing you can do Formatting a memory card is like deleting a Contact in your phone there is no way to recover the info. Sorry

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