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How to Recover Deleted Files from iPhone iPad iPod

Have you ever accidentally deleted/Lost pictures, text messages, contacts and other important data on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? For some reason your iOS black/white screen, crash or lost,cause you loss of all of your data, how to recover your lost data from iPhone, iPad or iPod touch?

Don't worry, all your lost files are still on you iOS device or iTunes(if you have backup), you can recover them with a iOS file recovery software. Here we provide you powerful iOS Data Recovery to solve the problems.

iOS Data Recovery is an useful recovery software enable you to restore all your iPhone, iPad or iPod data, including pictures, messages, contacts, videos, notes, etc. There are two recovery modes provides for you recover lost data from iPhone/iPad/iPod by iOS Data Recovery: "Recover from iOS Device" and "Recover from iTunes Backup File" to get your lost files back.

Download a free trial version to check how to recover iPhone, iPad and iPod data.

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Part 1: Recover Lost Files from iOS Devices Directly

When you have no backup files on iTunes, you can choose this way to recover your data.

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the Computer

Connect your device to the computer use the USB cable. Download, install and run iOS Data Recovery on your computer.

Step 2: Choose the Recovery Mode

You'll get the interface below and choose "Recover from iOS Device".

Step 3: Enter the DFU Mode and Start Scanning

Follow the steps below to enter the DFU mode to scan your iPhone for lost data files.

  • 1) Hold your device and click "Start" button in the pop-up window.
  • 2) Hold both "Power" and "Home" buttons for 10 seconds.
  • 3) Release the “Power” button but not the "Home" button after 10 seconds. Release "Home" button after another 10 seconds.

Then you'll be told that you've successfully entered DFU mode.

Now wait when iOS Data Recovery is automatically scanning your iPhone for lost or deleted data.

Step 4: Check and Recover your Lost Data

After the scan, all details of your iOS device content are displayed.Before recovery, you can preview them all one by one. Find out and mark the data you want back. Finally, click "Recover" button to save those lost data on your computer in a click.

Notes: The scanning results shown includes those both lost and exist on your device, to only display the deleted items, you can use the slide button at the bottom in the window.

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Part 2: Recover Previous Data from iTunes Backup

If you lost your iPhone or your iOS device can not boot with some problems, but you have backup files from your iOS device to iTunes, you can get those lost data back from iTunes backup.

Now, let's see how to recover lost iOS device backup files from iTunes:

Step 1: Choose your Device and Select the Recovery Mode

Download, install and run iOS Data Recovery on your computer and choose the type of your device. Then, select "Recover from iTunes Backup File" in the interface below:

Step 2: Scan the Backup File of your Device

If you have connected many iOS devices with your computer, it will display all of them in the window below. You should choose the one you want to recover and select the latest backed up file. Then click "Start Scan" to find out all the lost data from iTunes backup file.

Step 3: Preview and Restore Lost Files

You'll get the scanning results on the left, displayed in categories. Expand each icon and preview those lost data. Choose those data you want to get back and click "Recover" to save them. Now you can get those lost data back successfully.

Note: If you are not using iPhone 4/3GS, iPad 1 and iPod touch 4, then recovery from iTunes backup file will be the only option for you to recover lost data.

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