Multi media cards (MMC) or simply memory cards have been a very essential part in mobile phones off late. People who have high resolution mobile phones or people who use their mobile phones as a pen drive essentially require a MMC that has the space to store those files. Worried about the security of the cards, they try to protect it behind a password. The problem with password for a MMC card is very huge. In case you forget the password, all you can do is throw it in a dustbin and buy another. You may try to format the whole card using a computer which sometimes may not be possible due to some important files stored in it. And even if you dare to format it anyway, an error appears on the desktop, saying ‘you do not have enough permission’s to format’.
What if someone mischievously kept a password for your MMC without your notice?
If you use a Nokia mobile, fortunately, you have an application which can find your previous forgotten password or lost password. You may have heard of ‘FExplorer’.
It can be used to go through (Search) your disk and see your lost password.
Just download the FE Explorer SIS application from somewhere (searching will help), transfer it to your phone and install it.
Once installed, open it and go to ‘C’ disk and then click on the ‘system’ folder. Scroll down to find ‘mmcstore’ and open it using the editor (click on options -> file ->Editor/Viewer).
There you go, your saved password is right in front of you which made you mad all these days.
Note: This method only works when the ‘phone memory’ has not been formatted since the password is lost.