Between graduations, vacations and summer weddings, more family memories are made during the summer than at any other time of year, except maybe the holiday season.
Even if your vacation is just a stay-cation to take in local attractions, you might take pictures to commemorate. If you're a parent, you know that your kids will not stay young forever and photos and videos are a good way to capture the moments of their life. Summer is about family time, the moments we want to remember and share forever.
Smartphones make it easier than ever to capture all our family memories, from the big moments to the small. But what if something happened and you lost all those photo and video memories?
Unfortunately, one benefit of a smartphone (it's so easy to take anywhere) is also a drawback. When your phone is with you all the time, it increases the odds that it will suffer shock or water damage, which can result in catastrophic data loss. Smartphone memory cards are also prone to logical and physical damage caused by extreme heat, common in Dallas during the summer.
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While businesses often have the contact information of a data recovery service available as part of their disaster preparedness and recovery plan, families and individuals may not think about data recovery -- until it's too late.
If you've lost your vacation photos, baby pictures, or special event images and videos, due to accidental deletion, corruption or heat or water damage, we'd recommend not attempting do-it-yourself data recovery. If your attempts fail, you could lose your data permanently.
Instead, call 24 Hour Data for a fast, honest estimate and quick turnaround time. You have more important things to worry about than whether or not we'll get your memories back. There's is no better chance than working with 24 Hour Data! (And if we don't, you don't pay a dime.) And who wants to waste their summer worrying, anyway?
Call 24 Hour Data, pour yourself a drink and relax. We offer hard drive recovery, mac recovery, and photo recovery from all forms of storage media.