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How to Recover Photos, Videos and Music from iPhone

2013-11-07 13:05:03 / Updated by to How to iPhone
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What if you have your data, including photos, films and music lost from your iPhone? There is no doubt that you will be anxious. Because the data you lost mean so much to you. You may surf the Internet for the solutions to restore your lost data. Calm down! Today, I will share you with a nice software, iPhone Data Recovery, which make it possible for you to get your lost data back to your iPhone 5s/5c/5/4S/4, etc. or even iPad and iPod.
iPhone Data Recovery is an excellent software that can help you retrieve your deleted data, such as pictures, films, music, call history, messages, and so on, back to your iPhone. What you need to do is to download the iPhone Data Recovery and start recovering. With only few simple steps, can your lost data come back to you. The software is now becoming more and more welcomed.
Download the free trial version below to recover your deleted files on your iPhone 5S. Try it for free!
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There are two ways for you to restore deleted data from your iPhone: "Directly scan and retrieve data from your iPhone", or "scan and extract your iTunes backup file" to get photos back.

Next, let's check the detailed steps below.

How to Recover Lost Data from iPhone Directly?

Now I will take recovering images for instance and it will be similar to retrieve deleted photo and videos.
• Step 1: Select the device to scan
Install and run iPhone Data Recovery on your computer, and then connect your iPhone 5 with your computer, then you'll get the main interface as follow.

• Step 2: Enter the DFU mode and then scan your iPhone
Enter the DFU mode of your iPhone before you perform recovery. Follow the steps below:
1) Connect your iPhone with the computer and then power-off your iPhone.
2) Press "Home" and "Power" button at the same time when you click "Start". Hold for 10 seconds.
3) After 10 seconds, release "Power" and keep pressing "Home" for another 10 seconds.
When a pop-up window tells you that you've successfully entered the DFU mode, the program will automatically scan your iPhone for data.

• Step 3: Preview and retrieve deleted iPhone images/films
After scanning, you can preview all found data in categories. To preview your deleted pictures, you can slide the button in the red area on the interface below, to only display deleted items. Mark those you want them to be retrieveed and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.

How to Restore iPhone data from iTunes backup?

• Step 1: Choose iTunes backup and scan it
When the program launched on your computer, choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File", then you'll get the interface below. Choose the iTunes backup of your iPhone and click "Start Scan".

• Step 2: Find deleted iPhone data
When the scan is over, the whole backup content are extracted and displayed.
No matter the image from your camera or those you transferred from somewhere else, you can preview them one by one. Then tick those you want and click the "Recover" button to save them on your computer.

How to Extract iPhone Picturess with PhotoRec?

PhotoRec is another useful data recovery software. It is an amazing software and you can't use it if your iPhone is not jailbroken. PhotoRec allows you to get back lost files, photos and films on your iPhone. But, it's not so easy to use this tool. It will be difficult for you to use this program unless you have some computer skills. Here is a detailed guide if you want it.

Above are the solutions for you to get your deleted images, films, audio back. It is quite simple isn’t it? What you need to pay attention to is to select the correct version to your computer, download iPhone Data Recovery and practice according to the steps above carefully.
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