There are 3 ways to recover deleted or lost data from iPhone, iPad, iPod touch on iBeesoft Data Recovery. To make it efficient to recover your target files, you needt o choose the right way.
If it is a short period of time after you delete the files directly from your iOS device, or you haven’t backed up your device to iTunes or iCloud, then try Method #1. If it has been a long time since you lost the files, and you had backed up your iOS device for the data lost, try Method #2 and Method #3. It depends on where you had backed up the files.
The easiest way to recover files from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch could be scanning the device directly for the lost files. It is simple and easy.
The deleted files are invisible and waiting to be overwritten by new generated data. To avoid the permanently overwritten, i suggest you stop using your device until you successfully recovered the files with the following steps.
To perform the iOS data recovery, you need to install the latest iTunes on your computer. You can get the latest version from Apple official site and install it on your computer.
Get the iBeesoft iPhone Data Recovery installation package and then install it on your computer. It is virus-free and standalone software, feel free to use it.
Use a digital cable to connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with your computer. Launch iBeesoft Data Recovery. From the first window, select "Recover from iOS Device". The software will detect your iOS device automatically. If not, please confirm whether you have enabled the option "Trust this computer" option on your device and typed in the password or not. Click "Start" to let the software scanning for lost files.
It takes a few minutes for the software to scan for the deleted files. During the scanning process, the software will sort all your files into categories on the left side. You can preview the files on the right side. When finding the target files, select them and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.
Note: if you do not find the target files from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch directly, please try to recover them from iTunes or iCloud backup files.
Launch iBeesoft iPhone Data Recovery. From the main window, select “Recover from iTunes”. It means you’re going to extract files from an iTunes backup file. The software will detect all of your iTunes backup files available on the computer and display them. Select the one that contains the target files, and click "Scan".
It takes a few minutes for the iBeesoft iPhone Data Recovery to extract the iTunes backup file. After then, you can see the directory on the left side, sorting all your files into the category. Next, preview found files and select files to recover. Select files and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.
Note: if you connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with your computer regularly, it is very likely you have iTunes backup files. When losing files, you can try the method.
If you’ve been accustomed to using iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch without connecting to your computer, then you might have enabled the "Backup iCloud" option. It allows you to pack all of your files on iPhone and backed up to iCloud. If you have deleted or lost files on your iOS device, you can try to recover them from an iCloud backup file.
Since it is recovering data from iCloud backup, the first thing you need to do is to get the iCloud backup file. To get it, click "Recover from iCloud" on iBeesoft iPhone Data Recovery. Next, log in with your iCloud name and password. Feel free to use it. The software does not remember or collect your account information. It only gets the iCloud backup file and extracts files from it for you.
After you log in with your iCloud information, the software will display all the iCloud backup file available there. Select the one that contains your information and download it. Generally speaking, the latest backup file may contain your lost files.
After the file download, the software will extract files from the big package, sorting all files into the category. What you need to do is to select files to preview and recover.