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How to recover deleted files from SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive external hard drive

18 July, 2014: If you can't find what you want on this relatively long list of battery-operated Wi-Fi storage devices, SanDisk today unveiled two more choices of its own, the Connect Wireless Flash Drive and the Connect Wireless Media Drive. 

These new devices are the first Wi-Fi-enabled storage devices from the flash memory maker, and both offer basically all the features you can find in similar existing devices. Plus they are supercompact. When plugged in to a computer, both drives can work as USB external storage devices. Reformatted in exFAT file systems, they will work with both Macs and Windows computers out of the box with no restrictions. You can use the USB connection to quickly load the drives with content for streaming and sharing needs while traveling.The SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive is larger than its little brother, taking the shape of a square with rounded corners, measuring just about 0.5-inch thick and 2.5-inch wide. 

The device comes with internal storage (32GB or 64GB) and also has a standard SD card slot. You can use this slot to add even more storage space to it. With SD cards offering up to 128GB these days, you can carry up to 192GB of storage space. Thanks to its expandable capability, the drive is also the most compact for the amount of storage it can offer. 

Use "Undelete" to recover deleted files from SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive hard drive. 

Use "Unformat" to recover data after format SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive external hard drive. 

Use "Recover partition" to recover files if SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive hard drive partition changed or damaged or deleted. 

Use "Full Scan" to recover lost files SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive if partitions show as "raw" or recover files which can not be found with "undelete"and "unformat" and "recover partition", recover files from raw partition, recover files of partitons which are not NTFS, nor exfat, nor fat32. 

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