Hello Guys, Yesterday my phone (Samsung S7) fell and the screen and touchscreen is not working since then. Not surprised given that it is shuttered XD. Anyway, I had an sd card in the phone with all the photos saved on it, without cloud backups. Not remembering that the card was encrypted, I have simply connected the phone to my pc and copy pasted all photos to a pc folder. The sd card has then been inserted into a new Samsung A20e and fast formatted. My problem is that now I have all the photos on my desktop which are encrypted and can't be opened. As soon as I realized this I have removed the sd card from the A20e to avoid overwriting data in case it can be recovered. I would gladly appreciate if any of you could tell me if there is a way to recover this data. I can access the USB debugging mode on the S7 and navigate its files. My inexperienced ideas were: 1. Is it possible to recover the encryption key from the files in the phone and then use this do de-encrypt the photos on the pc? 2. If I insert the sd card back into the S7, format it, encrypt it (through a pc screen mirrowing tool), copy the photos form the pc into the card would the phone be able to read them? This could be possible if the phone uses always the same encryption key without changing it. 3. Is there any use in trying to use one of those data recovery tools on the sd card? The data I would get will still be encrypted. Thanks to anyone who'd be willing to help.