A few months ago, I also had a big scare with my 32G microSD. Likewise, my card was used in a Galaxy S4. I had accumulated nearly 3,000 photos and videos, and foolishly had not set up any back up program. This was several years of precious photos highlighting our family life and adventures, so talk about panic when I realized that I may have lost these memories forever! The memory card had somehow become corrupted and could no longer be read. I tried everything I could possibly find on the internet, took it into our local Verizon store for their review, and finally consulted with my business’ IT support company. Their tech specialists attempted recovery through a variety of available recovery software programs to no avail, and then gave my card back with the verdict that it looked like the memory controller was bad and recommendation that I follow up with Recoverfab, a German company specializing in data recovery. Thankfully, Recoverfab was able to recover my lost files. I was impressed with how they conduct business and the quick turn around. Initially, I electronically submitted information regarding my situation to which they responded with an estimate on the charge if successful and good instructions on how to send the memory card to their lab in Germany. Within days, I had received confirmation of receipt and then confirmation that the recovery was successful. Other than postage, there was little financial risk as you do not pay unless the recovery is completed. Recoverfab sends you a password protected link to where they’ve posted a screenshot of some of the data and if satisfied, you then submit payment and download your stored data. Overall, it was a very easy process and they were very communicative along the way.