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What is TF Card?

Here you will find out:

  • about TF Card
  • how to recover deleted data

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About TF Card

TF Card

TransFlash memory card, briefly TF, is a small and convenient data carrier well known to any device user nowadays. This memory card was recently created by two giants, Toshiba and SanDisk. Later, after the purchase of the SD Association in 2004, the name was changed to a micro SD card. Ultimately, the card became the property of SD. The very first mobile device company to install a TF card slot was Motorola. Then the range of phone companies with support for MicroSD memory cards gradually expanded. Modern smartphones increase their storage capacity by expanding internal storage, except Samsung. Now, MicroSD memory cards mostly act as a place to store files and folders for cameras, drones, DVRs, and others.

Operation principles

To successfully store and transfer information from a TF memory card, you need to understand its operation and choose the optimal card for you. Do not buy cheap TF cards from unknown manufacturers. In the event of the failure of such cards, you risk permanently losing your valuable data and ultimately lose much more. For choosing a decent memory card, perhaps one of the most important indicators is "class speed". It is quoted from one to ten.

With a higher-end card, you will be able to stream higher-resolution videos and photos. In any case, by purchasing a memory card of the best class, you will achieve a greater performance of your mobile devices and be more comfortable working with such external storage. Now, despite the cost and purpose of a TF card, you need to find out how it works on your device. Formatting your memory card is important, as it must match the file system on your flying drone, dashcam, or phone. With the help of the file system, your photos, documents, and videos are stored correctly and can be transferred to any device. If the file system is not compatible with the TF-card format, the data on the external media cannot be used. So which file system should you use for a particular portable device?

The SD Association provides a specific MicroSD formatting application for the normal operation of an external storage device. So you need to know that for a TF card with a storage capacity of up to two gigabytes, the file system is FAT12 / 16, from two to 32 gigabytes of FAT32, and from 32 gigabytes to 2 terabytes, the file system is exFAT.

What distinguishes it from the SD card?

Since, as previously said, the concept of TF memory card was originally an independent unit and then joined the SD Association, TF card differs from SD card. They differ in many ways. By identifying the difference between TF card and SD card, you can decide which one is applicable to your case and how to properly use it on your digital device. TF flash memory card has names such as MicroSD, T-Flash, and TransFlash.

This memory card uses state-of-the-art NAND MLC technology and a SanDisk controller. SD is a volatile external storage format. SD has recently had branches, such as SDUC, SDXC, and SDHC. SD is based on Semiconductor flash memory. Another point of difference is the size and appearance of memory cards. For TF or MicroSD, there are specific dimensions of 15 mm x 11 mm x 1 mm in length, height, and thickness respectively. For an SD card, the dimensions are x 24 mm x 1.4 mm.

Externally, the differences are also in the design of the TF card and SD card. Where the memory card contacts are, there are plastic ribs to protect them from mechanical damage and voltage surges. There is a mechanical switch for the safety of data on the SD card. If you switch it to enable mode, the data on the external storage will be available in read-only mode. Disabled - you can move and modify files, as well as format the SD card. Whereas the TF card does not have such a function. However, there are SD adapters where you can install a TF card and secure the information on the media. It also allows the storage medium to be used in the SD card slot and makes TF cards more versatile.

By design, TF cards are more compact and more convenient to use in small digital devices, such as smartphones. This is favored by further developments in the field of increasing the memory capacity of the TF card. SD cards, in turn, are more commonly used on cameras, drones, and game consoles. In terms of prices, despite the same manufacturer and the same capacity, SD cards usually cost more than TF cards.

Protect your data

In modern life, virtual information accompanies every step. And it is so important not to lose what we accumulate on the custodians of the data. Therefore, you just need to have at hand a program for fast and high-quality data recovery. Regardless of what memory card you use, whether it is an SD card or TF Card, you are not insured against sudden loss of information from devices. Whether it's accidental deletion, power outages, malware, or viruses, you may lose valuable photos, videos, or documents that you have collected over the years.

If you have not been able to recover data using the usual methods and you do not have a backup copy, you will most likely resort to looking for special programs for data recovery. In this case, DiskInternals Uneraser™ can be one of the best programs. To use the program, it is enough to have basic personal computer skills. The program has a built-in wizard that will help you at all stages of recovering deleted or damaged files. The program works with many file systems, such as FAT12 / 16/32, APFS (reader), ExFAT, RomFS (reader), HFS + (Mac), Ext2, 3 and 4 (Linux), ReFS, NTFS, NTFS5, UFS, XFS and ZFS.

Also, do not worry, DiskInternals Uneraser™ will recover files of any format and size, and the process will not take you much time. Just take a break and rest, and the program will do everything for you.

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