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How to recover deleted files from Casio Tryx digital camera SD card

15 October, 2014: The camera lens is shifted all the way to the left, making it very easy to get your fingers in your shot if you're not careful. On the upside, the flexible design means you don't have to hold the Tryx with the usual point-and-shoot pinch grip and, again, you can flip the camera over and work everything with your left or right hand. The only physical buttons are for power and the shutter release, with everything else handled via the touch screen. You can even skip using the button for taking photos if you want because the camera has a touch-activated shutter release that can be fired just by tapping on the screen. 

The interface is easy to understand, but really unattractive. The screen is fairly responsive, but making selections will occasionally require extra taps. You can calibrate the screen to your touch, though, which helps some. Onscreen icons rotate with the display so they're easy to read whether you're holding it vertically or horizontally. However, this is inconsistent, switching back to vertical-only for some things, which makes the interface feel incomplete. Battery charging is done through a proprietary USB port located on the right side of the body and can be done either with a wall adapter or by computer. You can also connect to a computer to transfer photos and movies as well as to install the online-sharing software embedded in the Tryx. Though you can use a regular SD/SDHC card with the Tryx (the card slot is in the top of the body) and its software, it has extra features for Eye-Fi card users that include shutting off the camera once wireless uploads are complete, an onscreen icon to let you know it's working, and the ability to enable or disable the Eye-Fi card's Wi-Fi via the camera menu. Also, a Direct Mode supported by Eye-Fi's X2 SDHC cards lets you send photos from the camera to iOS and Android devices. 

Use "Undelete" to recover deleted photos from Casio Tryx digital camera SD card 

Use "Unformat" to recover photos after format Casio Tryx digital camera SD card 

Use "Recover partition" to recover photos if Casio Tryx digital camera SD card partition changed or damaged or deleted. 

Use "Full Scan" to recover lost photos Casio Tryx SD card 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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