How to Use iPhone Data Recovery

You may lose important iOS data due to the crash/damage, failed upgrade or factory settings restore, etc. When you lose files on your iPhone/iPad/iPod, you can rely on the professional iPhone Data Recovery to get the lost/deleted data back with ease. Moreover, you can restore data from iTunes/iCloud backup files. You can follow the next steps as below to recover lost/deleted iOS data.

Part 1: Recover the lost/deleted data from iOS device

Step1: Run iPhone Data Recovery

Connect iPhone

After the successful installation, please launch this iOS data recovery software on your computer. Connect your iPhone to it with USB cable.

Step 2: Scan iOS device

Scan

Click "Start Scan" button to start to scan all types of data on your iPhone/iPad/iPod.

Step 3: Recover iOS files

Select Data

After scanning, you can see all detailed information on iOS device, including the existing or deleted data. Click the corresponding category in the left panel like Camera Roll, Contacts, Messages, etc. and you can see the detailed content of each category. Select the files that you'd like to recover and click "Recover" button to restore the selected files to your computer.

Part 2: Recover iOS data from iTunes backup

This comprehensive iPhone Data Recovery allows you to recover data from iTunes or iCloud backup files. Here we take recovering iOS files from iTunes backup as an example.

Step 1: Choose recovery mode

Recover from iTunes Backup Files

Once you start the program, choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File".

Step 2: Scan the content

After choosing the "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode, all the backup files on your iPhone, iPad and iPod that has synced with iTunes on your computer will show clearly in the list. Choose the ones that you need and click "Start Scan" button.

Step 3: Preview and recover the data

Select iTunes Files

You're able to preview the backup files of each category before recovery. Then you can selectively mark the files and click "Recover button" to recover them to your computer.