Unlike ancient time, now we can keep our memory on photos easily. Through photos, we share our happiness with our family and friends. What’s more, iPhone 4S provides us high-quality photos. They surely deserve to be saved. One day, I suddenly delete one of my favorite photos by accident. Because of that, I was upset for a long time. Then I came across iPhone Data Recovery. My photos are back!
iPhone Data Recovery
is a special weapon designed for people to get the lost photos by yourself. And it works well with iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS. It can recover Messages, Contacts, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari Bookmark directly from iPhone 5/4S.
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Notes: for both Windows and Mac versions, they currently let you directly scan iPhone 4/3GS to recover media contents, like camera roll, photo library, photo stream, message attachments, and voice memos. The others only allow you to recover text contents including messages, contacts, notes, calendar, call logs, reminders, and Safari bookmarks.
Let’s take iPhone 4S for example:
Tutorial 1: How to Recover Photos from iTunes Backup Files
Step 1. Choose iTunes backup and scan it
After running the program on your computer, choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File
" option on the top, then you'll get the interface below. Choose the iTunes backup of your iPhone, if there are more than one, choose the latest one, and click "Start Scan
Step 2. Recover deleted iPhone pictures
After the scan, all files in the backup file are displayed for you in well-organized categories. No matter the photo from your camera roll or those you transferred from somewhere else, you can preview them one by one. Then check those you want and click the "Recover
" button to save them on your computer.
If you are iPhone 4/3S users, you can directly recover your photos
Note: This is the whole steps of How to Recover Photos from iTunes backup files, hope it can satisfy you. If not, you can get a rough idea of the second choice in the contents below: How to Recover Photos from iPhone 4S Directly, it provides you an alternative method to Recover Photos from iPhone 4S.
Tutorials 2: How to Recover Photos from iPhone 4S Directly
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to computer and scan
First, Connect iPhone to the computer and launch the program. It will detect your device automatically. It will show you the window below. For the fact that you are using iPhone 4, (iPhone 3GS is the same), please choose "Advanced Mode
" at the corner of the window.
Note: You can recover deleted photos, videos, messages, contacts, etc. from iPhone 4/3GS directly.
Step 2. Preview and recover deleted iPhone photos
After the scan, you can preview all found data in categories. To preview your photos, you can choose "Camera Roll
" or "Photo Stream
". Photos found here are not only those deleted, but also includes those still on your iPhone. If you only want to get those deleted pictures, you can refine the result by sliding the button in the red area on the interface below, to only display deleted items. Mark those you want and click "Recover
"to save them on your computer.
Tutorial 3: Recover Photos from iCloud
Step 1.Install the program 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 photos 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.
Notes: Do remember to set your iPhone into the flight mode, don't use it, and don't sync it with iTunes, avoiding iTunes backup being updated. Hope you find your photos soon.