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g4m3zm4zt3r 07-04-2014 11:12

TEC files
 
Dear FileForums,

Please help me someone. I have a smartphone with an sd card and i had some pictures on the sd card. The pictures have mysteriously dissapeared from my phone so i connected my phone up to my laptop and found all the pictures gone but just some TEC files inside a folder called temp. I counted them up and they were exact number of TEC files than i had JPEG files. I think they may have converted and i am not sure how to get them back to JPEG so they can be viewable again. I tried opening the files with winrar and used contenta converter premium to try to convert them but nothing worked. Please help, I'm desperate. There are some very valuable pictures there.

Thank you for your help, g4m3zm4zt3r.

TippeX 07-04-2014 13:18

http://www.thebillington.co.uk/projects.html

should do the job

g4m3zm4zt3r 17-04-2014 13:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by TippeX (Post 430388)

Dear TippeX,

It works, it turned it into jpeg files but it wont open. it says Windows Photo Viewer cant open this picture because either Photo Viewer doesn't support this file format, or you dont have the latest updates to Photo Viewer

DCrepacks 28-08-2014 21:51

That means it is corrupted or try using photoshop or use a video or image converter like format factory so that u`ll be able to convert the format without damage the file's format structure . :D

DCrepacks 24-03-2015 15:02

This should work for you now!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by g4m3zm4zt3r (Post 430556)
Dear TippeX,

It works, it turned it into jpeg files but it wont open. it says Windows Photo Viewer cant open this picture because either Photo Viewer doesn't support this file format, or you dont have the latest updates to Photo Viewer

Use bigasoft or format factory to convert the files you wanted.... and later you photoshop or photo editing software and save then as .jpg to preserve the jpeg file structure. :) It should work for you now, dear! bye... :cool:


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