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How to Recover Lost Contacts from iPhone 5

With more colorful touch screen and run the business cooperation more widely, the Apple iPhone 5 in the global sales of more than Samsung Galaxy S3 for the first time. Survey also shows that since the fourth quarter of last year, thanks to the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 impressive sales in the whole world, so Apple iPhone accounts for about 20% of global market share, and Samsung is about 7%. It is obvious that the iPhone especially the iPhone 5, as a mobile communication tools and mobile media plays a more and more important role in people's daily life and in the business work.

However, due to its complex data files and data structures, many people and developer think that it is almost impossible to recover deleted iPhone 5 Contacts by careless, or even if the iPhone device was damaged, restore factory settings, formatting, upgrade, downgrade or more, they regard this sort of destruction as “Lost Forever”.

As a matter of fact, this view is wrong! In fact, the lost or deleted contacts are still in the memory of iPhone 5 but they are just invisible, and the data are to be written over by new data. We have no idea to get the deleted or lost contacts back but with help of iPhone Contacts Recovery. It’s the world's 1st data recovery software for iOS users to recover lost data including Contacts, SMS, Photo, Video, Notes, Call history and more from iPhone, iPad & iPod touch.

Next , follow us to learn 2 modes to recover the lost or deleted contacts from iPhone 5.



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    Tutorials 1: Directly recover deleted contacts from iPhone 4/4s/5/6 ( without iTunes backup )

    Tutorials 2: Extract and scan lost contacts from iTunes backup ( without iPhone 4/4s/5/6 )

Tutorials 1: Directly Recover Lost Contacts from iPhone 4/4S/5/6


Step 1: Install Program and Connect iPhone to Computer

You need to download and installed the iPhone Data Recovery on your computer,and select “"Recover from iOS Device"” to recover lost data from your iPhone directly without backup



Note: Use this mode, you need to set your iPhone into DFU mode before scanning.

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: Scan iPhone, Preview and Selectively Recover Deleted Contacts

When your iPhone connection is successful, you’ll see all items scanned by the iPhone Contacts recovery application. Of course, including the contacts that stored in your iPhone devices. This is tool is capable of automatically scanning all data stored on your iPhone 3, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, 6; After confirmation, hit the “Recover” to start.



You also can recover lost Text messages from iPhone directly:



Of course,if you want to recover photos,video,notes or other lost data,you can select the files you need to recovery.This is a powerful iPhone data recovery,you can free download and try:

   

Tutorials 2: Extract and recover iPhone Contacts from iTunes Backup files


This recovery mode provides for all those iPhone users that their iPhone was damaged, lost or stolen.You must ensure that you’ve made a backup with your iTunes before, If not backup, you can use the Tutorials 1 to recover contacts from iPhone directly.

Step 1: Connect iPhone via USB, Scan the Backup File:

Once the program has started it can be able to automatically scan all iOS devices backup files from iTunes, you can opt to specify a backup as you need and it may take seconds to list all of your items including: music, photos, movies, contacts, text message, call history, notes.etc. Then hit "Start Scan".



Step 2: Preview the Contacts and Recover iPhone Contacts Selectively:

As the screenshot showed bellow, all desired contents will be listed in a tree view and display details with an intuitive way. When you click the “Contacts” option on the left-hand list, the contacts details will show on the right-hand side. Each contacts corresponds to display text message, the Human-based design must let the user feel be convenient.



You can preview and then select the contacts you want, if your contacts too many, try the "search" function to find what you want. In the meanwhile, you're allowed to preview and recover other items like photos, music, movies, text message, note and more. As soon as everything was ready. click the "Recover" button to begin to recover lost contacts from iTunes backup files.

   

More Informations


iPhone Contacts Recovery is powerful and reliable that help to restore lost or deleted Contacts, SMS, Photo, Video, Note, Call history, Music,Reminders, Safari, Bookmarks, Calendar, etc. from iPhone 3,3GS,4,4S,5,5S, as well as iPad and iPod.

-Recover 7 kinds of deleted files (Messages, Contacts, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari Bookmarks)by directly scanning iPhone 5/4S, iPad 2, the new iPad, iPod touch 5, iPad with Retina display & iPad mini;
-Recover 12 kinds of deleted data(Camera Roll Photos, Camera Roll Video, Photo Stream, Contacts, Messages, Message attachments, Call history, Calendar, Notes, Reminder, Safari Bookmarks, Voice memos)directly from iPhone 4/3GS, iPod touch 4 and iPad 1;
-For all iOS iPhone, iPad, iPod devices, recover 11 kinds of previous data from iTunes backup files;
-Get back data lost due to accidental or intentional deletion, device damage or system crash, etc.



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