Recover Photos, Contacts, Video, Cameral Roll, SMS, Voice Memo from iTunes 11 backup for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPad, iPod
The new Apple iTunes 11 brings to user many changes that are well received from users. Among those well received changes, the backup process makes it possible for users to choose whether to have automatic backups continue to be done with iTunes, or to be synced up with iCloud.
However, one day the iTunes backup or iCloud back just can’t be retrieved due to mistakenly sync or system update or whevere unexpected situation. How to recover the lost Photos, Contacts, Video, Cameral Roll, SMS, Voice Memo, calendars, notes, call records on your iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPod touch 5, iPod touch 4, new iPad 4 and iPad 3, or iPad 2?
It is quite easy for you to restore lost data as long as you own Data Recovery for iTunes 11 which allows to restore and recover any photos & videos shot with your iDevice, contacts, SMS, call records, memos and calendars as long as you synced your device with iTunes before from iTunes Backup Files, so that you can get on with your digital life.
3 Steps to Recover photos, videos, movies, music, contacts, SMS, vocie memo from iTunes 11 backup
Prepare: Download data recovery for iTunes 11
If you use a Mac, download data recovery for iTunes 11 for Mac from the link below:
If you use a Windows PC, download data recovery for iTunes 11 for Windows from the links below:
Step 1: Choose and scan your iTunes backup
After installing and launching the software, you’ll get a list of all the devices that are synced with your Mac’s current copy of iTunes. Highlight a device by clicking it and then click Start Scan.
Note: This photo recovery requires iTunes to install. However, Do Not start iTunes and sync files when running the program to avoid data overwriting. The software can recover deleted data directly from iOS device, or recover lost data from iTunes backup file.
Step 2: Preview and Select
After you click “Start Scan”, you’ll immediately be able to view thumbnails of all media files previously synced to iTunes from that device. Browse these files in categories (Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Contacts, Messages, Messages Attachments, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Voice Memos and Safari Bookmark) by clicking one of these options on the top left of the window.
Step 3: Recover your iTunes 11 backup files
After you’ve completed selecting all the files you want to recover, just click Recover in the menu bar next to the Back button (Actually recover is not allowed in the free trial version). At the Save prompt, you’ll be asked to name and select the destination folder for your recovered files (Desktop, for example). Your file will export immediately to the location you specified. Now you’re all done. Simple, right? To scan, view and recover files from another device, just click the Back button.