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How to decrypt microSD after factory reset? I have all the family memories in the Camera folder!

(Topic created: 07-19-2021 09:46 PM)
userv0KNDE45T6
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Hello

I made a fatal mistake

I encrypted my mobile SD four years ago.
The phone had a problem a few days ago and I did a factory reset without decoding. The decryption key is no longer active in the settings!
My camera folder contains over 5,000 photos and videos up to 40 GB in size. These are family memories. I recorded all the moments of my son growing up with this mobile phone.
Now I see the files, they are the right size, but because they are encrypted, they no longer run on my phone and laptop.

My phone is Samsung Note 8 and I encrypted the memory with the same phone.

what's the solution?


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TheGalaxy
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I'm not sore if there would a way since any factory reset would be a new built
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LushDiviner
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There is no way and there shouldn't be either, because if there was, encryption would no longer be secure.
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ConnerPTwilhec
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Not sure how effective this is, but check this out and perhaps it will help.
https://www.androiddata-recovery.com/blog/how-to-retrieve-data-from-an-encrypted-sd-card-after-andro...
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