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Recover Lost Data from iPhone iPad iPod

Apple announced iOS 5, iOS 6 and iOS 7 the latest version of its mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad,the iOS operating system is the most perfect system for iPhone, iPad and iPod,because of its perfect design, smooth running speed, powerful function....But you will lose data, when each upgrade system,many iOS users seach in google about “how to recover iPhone contacts”, “Is there any way to restore lost sms from my iPhone”, “how can I get back lost photo from iPad 4”, “Any soulation to recover iPad lost video”.......After upgrade the iOS system,you need recover lost from your iPhone,iPad and iPod.Then what is a possible way to recover lost data from iOS decive?

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iPhone/iPad/iPod Recovery software is a professional data recovery for iOS users,it not only suprts recover media files: photo, video and music,but also restore other files including Contacts, SMS, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Voice Memos, iBooks reading, Voice Memos, Reminders and Safari Bookmarks etc.


Free download and install it on your Computer below. This free trial version allows you to extract and preview all the iPhone content in details.
   

Recover lost data from iPhone, iPad and iPod in two different modes: "Recover from iOS Devices directly" and "Recover from iTunes Backup Files".Next is the use guide teach you how to recover lost files from iOS device:

Tutorials 1: Recover Lost Data from iOS Devices Directly

Tutorials 2: Recover Previous Data from iTunes Backup

Tutorials 1: How to Recover Lost Data from iOS Devices Directly ?


This recovery mode allows you to scan your iPhone/iPad/iPod devices directly to find all the deleted files recently, or recover lost data from your inaccessible device.

Step.1: Connect your iOS device to the computer

Connect your iOS device to the computer with a digital cable and run the program, then you'll get the interface below.



Step.2: Enter DFU mode to scan your device

Follow the steps below to get into DFU mode before scanning your device for lost data.

1) Hold your device and click “Start” button in the interface of iPhone/iPad/iPod Recovery.
2) Hold “Power” and “Home” buttons on your device at the same time for exact 10 seconds. The Software will count time for you. Just hold the two buttons immediately after step 1.
3) When 10 seconds passed, release the “Power” button right away, but keep holding the “Home” button. After another 10 seconds, you’ll be informed that you’ve successfully entered the DFU mode and you can release the “Home” button now.
4) Then the software begins scanning your device automatically for lost data, and you’ll get the interface as follow.



Step.3: Preview and selectively recover data


When the scan finishes, all found data are displayed in categories, like camera roll, photo stream, photo library, contacts, messages, message attachments, call history, calendar, notes, reminders, voice memos and safari bookmark. You can preview full contents of all of them one by one.



Recover lost Contacts from iPhone

After the scan, you can preview all found data before recovery. Choose "Contacts" to preview, mark it and click "Recover", you can save all the contents on your computer with one click.



Recover SMS from iPhone
When the scan finishes, all found data will be listed in clear, organized categories. Choose "Messages" to preview the detailed content. Mark those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your compute with one click.



Noes: If you want to recover all of them, mark them all and click "Recover" to save them on your computer with one click.

If you only want to recover deleted data, you can refine the scan result by sliding the button in the red area on the interface above, only displaying the deleted items. Mark them and press "Recover" button to get them back.

Tips: When the scan finishes, all found data are displayed in categories, like camera roll, photo stream, photo library, contacts, messages, message attachments, call history, calendar, notes, reminders, voice memos and safari bookmark.

   

Tutorials 2: How to Recover Previous Data from iTunes Backup ?


This recovery mode allows you to recover your previous data by extracting iTunes backup.No matter you data are lost,deleted or lost your iPhone/iPad/iPod device.You can use this recover mode to find your previous data back from iTunes backup files.

Step.1: Select iTunes backup file to scan

When launching the program, you'll be lead to the "Recover from iOS Device" mode (the default mode). Switch to “Recover from iTunes Backup File”.


Here, all your iTunes backup files of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch which has ever synced with iTunes on this computer will be automatically found and listed. Select the one of yours and click "Start Scan" to begin iTunes backup extracting.

Step.2: Preview and recover previous data

After the scan, all your data backed up by iTunes can be found and displayed in categories. You can preview them one by one before recovery.


Recover iPhone Notes from iTunes backup

After the scan, you can check and preview details of your iPhone notes, and save it on your computer by clicking "Recover".


Then you can selectively mark and recover those you want by pressing "Recover" button at the bottom.

   

Note: Don't sync your device with iTunes when you realize that you've lost data, or the iTunes backup file will be updated after the sync, if you want to recover them through this recovery mode.

More information of iPhone/iPad/iPod Recovery:


iPhone/iPad/iPod Recovery is the world’s 1st ios recovery software that can recover files directly from iPhone, iPad and iPod touch,or recover data from iTunes backup.This ios data recovery can recover all lost data including contacts, SMS, camera roll, call history, notes, reminders, voice memos, etc.,it support all types of iOS Decive, even iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, New iPad and more.


Tips: If you use iPad and windows computer,you can use this iPad data recovery software to get back all lost data on windows computer.



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