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How to Recover Deleted or Lost Photos from iPhone 5S

How to Recover Deleted or Lost Photos from iPhone 5S

iPhone 5S use iOS 7 operating system, it use geographical positioning system,when you take a photo in any one place, the photo stream will automatically positioned at the map display, for this map location technology, you can record your previous photos took in where, and when you took. But what happens to all of those photo we accidentally delete or forget to backup before dropping the iPhone in water? Before jailbreak the iPhone 5s and forget to backup precious pictures to computer, or lost your iPhone 5s photo for other reason. However, how to recover iPhone 5s photo no matter we deleted or lost pictures.

Here,there are two ways to recover those photo back and prevent them from ever being lost again.
The iPhone 5S Photo Recovery can help you recover photo for Your iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C Simply, Safely & Completely, this ios data recovery allows you quickly and directly restore photo from iPhone 5s Devices, or recover data from iTunes backup files, you can retrieve lost data due to jailbreak, device damage, restoring to factory settings etc.This iPhone 5S Data Recovery takes only a few seconds to scan and recover other lost data on iPhone 5S, such as contacts, text messages, photos, videos, notes, call histories & more.

Download the free trial version below to recover your iPhone 5s photo:


    Tutorial 1: Directly Recover Photos from iPhone 5S

    Tutorial 2: Recover iPhone 5s Photo from iTunes Backup Files

Tutorial 1: How to Retrieve Photos from iPhone 5S Directly

Step 1. connect your iPhone 5S to your computer
After run the iPhone 5s data recovery, then connect your iPhone 5S to your computer, you will see the interface as follows:

Step 2.Scan you iPhone 5s devices lost data

Step 3. Preview and recover your iPhone 5s photo
After scan your iPhone 5s devices, you can see all lost or deleted photos in camera gallery, if you want to preview lost photos, you can choose “Camera Roll” or “Photo Stream”. The , and click "Recover" button to recover your lost pictures,and save them on your computer.

Tips: Now, you have recover iPhone photos, here you can use ios manager to transfer recovered photos back to your iPhone 5s, it also can help you import recovered contacts, sms, nots, bookmarks and more to iPhone 5s.
Tutorial 2: Recover iPhone Photos from iTunes Backup

Tips: If you iPhone 5s is broken or lost, you can use this recovery mode to get all photo back by extracting iTunes backup files, but the premise is you have synced your iPhone with iTunes recently (before you deleted your photo or lost your iPhone 5s)

Step 1. choose the recovery mode-Recover from iTunes Backup File
After launching the ios data recovery, and then choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File" option. Then, you'll get the interface below. Choose the latest iTunes backup of your iPhone, and click "Start Scan".

Step 2. Recover lost or deleted iPhone 5s photos
Being scanned, all founded data are in order. You should preview carefully to choose those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.

Tips: If you want to recover other lost data from iTunes backup files for your iPhone 5s, you can click other recovery option, and preview lost files which you have synced your iPhone with iTunes recently.


What’s more about Data Recovery for iPhone 5S:

iPhone 5s Data Recovery not only supports restore lost photo on iPhone 5s, but also can help you easily recover contacts, SMS, videos, call logs, memos and calendars, even Safari bookmarks you thought you'd lost forever!The two recovery modes of iOS Data Recovery:

Recover directly from iOS Device - Connect your iPad to computer and you can retrieve data or deleted files by directly scanning the iPad, iPhone and iPod.

Recover from iTunes Backup - Find iTunes backup on your computer by itself and scan the backup for your lost files, it support iPad mini, iPad with Retina Display, the new iPad, iPad 2/1, iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS & iPod touch 5/4.

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