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Anyone wandering around with 32GB-64GB-128GB of data in their pocket without it being backed up is just asking for trouble. Historically, microSD cards are not that reliable.

My 128GB card was backed up but I had a few pictures and stuff that I had taken recently that weren't.
I got most of the new content back. The old stuff was backed up anyway.
I agree with you.
It's a computer. A microSD is a removable flash drive. BACK IT UP!!!!
 
 
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I was able to get quite a bit off, several thousand.
What software are you using?

I'm using photorec -< http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec

I was able to recover 90 or 95% of all my pics and videos. I used MiniTool Power Data Recovery 6.8.
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