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How to Restore Deleted Contacts on iPhone

2014-09-28 19:30:53 / Updated by to How to iPhone
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"Lost phone numbers accidently on iPhone" is now become a heat topic among iPhone users. They are worrying if there is any solution to help them get their lost phone list back. There are several methods listed on the Internet to help iPhone users to retrieve lost data. Indeed, they can help you get your lost data back, but the steps are a little too complicated. iPhone Data Recovery can help you a lot. The method I will show to you is simple.

iPhone Data Recovery enables you to retrieve your missed data, including contact list. If you lost all your contact list by accident, there is no need for you to be worry. So long as you download iPhone Data Recovery (Mac), follow the steps listed and you can easily get what you want back.

Download the free trial version below to take a try.

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Today, I will show you two ways to get your lost data back. The first way is "Restore Contacts on iPhone Backup Files" and the second one is "Directly Recover iPhone Contacts without Backup".

Part 1: Restore Contacts on iPhone Backup Files


Step 1: Scan All Backup File
Open the program on computer, the main interface of it will pop up immediately. And before that, don't connect your iPhone to iTunes to overwrite the latest backup files. Then click "Start Scan" button to detect your lost iPhone contacts.
Select iTunes Backup File to Start Scan

Step 2: Extract the Deleted iPhone Contacts from Backup
When finish the process of scan, if you want to restore your contacts, then move your eyes to the left column and find the "Contacts" icon on the list. Next choose the contact files that you lost by clicking right and go hitting "Recover" button to save your lost contacts on computer.
Restore iPhone Contacts from iTunes Backup Files

Note: The data displayed in the scan result are in two colors. The one in orange is lost data, and the one in black is the existing data still on your iPhone. If you want to exclude the existing data, you can use this button to separate them: Only display the missing items.

Part 2: Directly Recover iPhone Contacts without Backup


Step 1: Run iPhone Data Recovery on Computer
Connect your iPhone if you want to restore contacts from iPhone directly. Then when you launch the program and click the first mode of "Recover from iOS Device" and then straight to click "Start Scan" button.
Scan the iPhone Device Directly

Step 2: Restore Deleted Contacts from iPhone
The process will last few seconds to detect the data of iPhone. The categories of files will be listed on the left column. And the "Contacts" icon is under the option of "Message & Contacts". Selectively click right to the contacts as you check and then turn to hit the "Recover" button to store the contacts on computer.

Directly Recover Contacts from iPhone

With all steps listed above, you can get whatever you want back to your iPhone, iPad and iPod. No matter which method do you choose, it is quite convenient for you to get your lost data back to your iPhone.

More information: How to Reset iPhone Settings and Contacts?

Your iPhone includes a world of features and applications that make it an exciting device. However, there are times when your device may crash, stop responding or stop working normally. Resetting your phone's settings and preferences is the simplest solution to the majority of these problems. Resetting your iPhone restores the device to the default factory settings without deleting the applications, songs and videos stored on your phone.

So what are you hesitating for? Download the correct version of iPhone Data Recovery on your computer and extract the lost contacts on your own.

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