Sam, if you're still watching we're burning up the internet trying to find any possible solution for you. We're cross-referencing information with friends on other forums and although we haven't reached success, and the prospects are not very promising, we're still trying. See https://forums.motorola.com/posts/b0...rt=16&stop=30# and if you wish, read through the entire thread there as well. I've really become a thorn in the side of Motorola for this, and I am generally a HUGE advocate of Motorola, so this is uncharted territory for me.
I want this to end well and be able to remain devoted to Motorola but with so little information and even conflicting information it's getting difficult to not feel some betrayal. I believe we've come to the conclusion that if either "Device" or "Device+Password" were the option used for encryption of that card, and considering "Device" is default, we're not going to recover that data. I still want you to get a card reader, plug into the PC and transfer those files to the desktop of your PC, then download the AES 256 tool, install it and then try right-clicking on one of the encrypted files, choosing AES Decrypt, typing in your old phone's screen lock pin and seeing if it decrypts. If the option to decrypt isn't there on your right-click menu, it could be the file name. Check to make sure it's named with .aes after the .jpg, so for example; mypic.jpg.aes.
Please report back with your results.