Have you ever deleted your photos in iPad
by accident? Or you deleted them deliberately, but you now need them again? Or other people mistakenly removed your precious photos
when playing your iPad? There are many cases like these that you may never know when you would encounter such a thing. So what are the solutions? The simplest way is use iPad Photo Recovery tool and iPad Data Recovery
is just the one you can rely on.
This piece of software allows you to recover lost photos from iPad in a very fast speed. Moreover, it is capable of restoring all the files that you lost from iOS device including iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini, iPad with Retine display, the new iPad, iPad 2. Once the software has finished the scan, you can choose the files that you want restored.
Now get the free trial version of iPad Data Recovery below to take a try.
Tutorial 1: How to Recover Photos from iPad 1 Directly
If you are using iPad 1, there is one extra option for you to recover deleted photos of your iPad 1 directly.
Step 1. Connect your iPad 1 to the computer
Enter DFU mode to scan your device, as long as your iPad is detected by the computer. You need to get into the device's scanning mode before scanning. You can follow the steps below:
1) Hold your iPhone and click the "Start
2) Pressing the "Power
" and "Home
" buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds.
3) After 10 seconds, release the "Power
" button, but keep holding "Home
" for another 15 seconds.
Step 2. Preview and recover iPad data
The scanning takes you a few seconds. You can preview the found data when the scan begins. Check the data you want and mark them, then click "Recover
" to save them all on your computer with one click.
Note: Data found here includes deleted data and those still on your iPad. If you only want back your deleted ones, you can refine the scan result by using the slide button at bottom to only display deleted items.
You need to know is to that this only supports to recover deleted photos from iPad 1, if you want to recover pictures from iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad with Retine display, the new iPad, iPad 2, etc. you can attempt to the rest parts of the tutorials.
Tutorial 2: How to Recover Photos from iTunes
Step 1. Extract photos from your iTunes backup
After installing and running the program, you will get an interface of the program as below. This program will display iTunes backup files of all iOS devices that have synced with your computer. You just need to check the backup of your iPad (iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini, iPad with Retine display, the new iPad, iPad 2) and hit on "Start Scan
Step 2. Preview recovered photos and save them to computer
When the scan completes, contents inside iTunes backup will all be extracted and shownd in categories as the image below shows.
You can click "Camera Roll
" category on the left to preview details of the found photos. In the end, tick on photos you want to recover selectively and click "Recover
" to recover and save them to local folders.
Note: The trial version allows you to extract photos from iTunes backup and preview them before pay for the recovery.
Mission completed. What do you think of iPad Data Recovery? It is incredibly amazing, isn't it? You can easily recover photos, contacts or videos that you thought were gone forever by the program. It works well with iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. You can choose to recover all of the data or just recover the one you want selectively. Therefore, it is never too late to use iPad Data Recovery if you are in trouble of iPad data loss.
Tutorial 3: Recover Lost Data from iCloud Backup
Step 1. Install iPad Data Recovery and sign your iCloud account
First of all, run the program and choose "Recover from iCloud Backup File
", and sign in your iCloud account as it requires.
Step 2. Download and export your iCloud backup
After entering the program, you are provided the backup files of your iCloud backup account automatically. Choose any data you want to recover by clicking "Download
" button. The whole progress of downloading depends on the amount of your data.
When it's complete, click the same button to start extracting, and you'll get a interface as below.
Step 3. Preview and restore iPad from iCloud
You can take a preview of the data you get after the scanning, such as contacts, photos, messages, notes, videos, etc. You can choose any data that you'd like to restore by ticking it.