USB Flash Drive Data Recovery Prices

Broken Flash ConnectorWe recover data from broken or failed USB flash drives.

Our current recovery price for USB flash drives up to 8GB is only $175*. If you have experienced a broken thumb drive, don’t give up on your document files and pictures. We make flash drive data recovery affordable!
We can recover data from your USB, Lexar Jumpdrive, Sandisk Cruzer and Ultra, Verbatim, PNY, ADATA, Toshiba. Emtec, and many others.

Up to 8GB Flash Drive $175
16GB USB Flash Drive $200
32GB USB Flash Drive $250
64GB USB Flash Drive $300
128GB USB Flash Drive $375
256GB USB Flash Drive $475
* Prices include chip-off recovery if required.

Add $200 for USB monolith devices. Do I have a monolith?
The majority of full size flash drives are conventional and do not incur the extra charge. If you are not sure you can send us a photo of your device.

Recovery media is included but the size and type is our choice. You can always provide or purchase other media.
Free return shipping via Priority Mail is included (Continental US only). You can request and pay for alternate shipping methods.
A $25 discount has already been applied to our prices so we can keep your device for parts.
After 30 days any device still in our possession is considered abandoned and may be used for parts or experiments. We do not offer refunds after a recovery has been delivered
Examples of recoverable flash drivesOur recovery rates are subject to change at any time. Our website reflects our flash drive recovery service prices today and supersedes any printed or saved media.

See some examples of conventional USB devices.

Can broken USB flash drives be fixed? Yes, no matter what you call them, we recover 95% of the conventional USB devices we receive.

  • Flash Drives
  • Thumb Drive
  • USB Drive
  • USB Stick
  • Pen Drive
  • Jump Drive
  • Memory Stick

We can repair most USB flash drives and recover your files. We’ll inspect your device under a microscope and determine how to proceed with your recovery case.

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