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Recover erased flash?

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I made a mistake. On the hard reset page of my Omnia i910 (running BW9 f/w), I accidentally reset "My Storage" instead of "Main Memory". The problem is that I had some pictures that I really wanted to save, but forgot to backup. I already checked the recycle bin on the PC and saw nothing. Is there any way to try and recover erased data from that internal 8MB My Storage chip?

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The recycle bin on the pc would never actually contain data deleted from another device.

The only option which may work would be to set the phone as a storage device connect to your pc and then try some data recovery software.

I know with older devices that once deleted data it is perminantly gone but you may be lucky.

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The recycle bin on the pc would never actually contain data deleted from another device.

The only option which may work would be to set the phone as a storage device connect to your pc and then try some data recovery software.

I know with older devices that once deleted data it is perminantly gone but you may be lucky.

I have tried this way recently in my OMNIA i900 , but without success! ;)

3 recovery softwares I used , the files (images) have been recognized and recovered but they don't work!

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