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iPad Data Recovery: How to Recover Lost Data from iPad

July 12, 2013 17:21 PM/Posted By to iPad Tutorials

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The wonderful iPad is a tablet computer designed and sold by Apple Inc. which has been proved to be big in these days. People not only use iPad for entertainment, but also regard it as a great assistant in work because an iPad can shoot videos, take photos, play music, install game apps and perform Internet functions such as web-browsing and emailing. Nevertheless, one problem all iPad users cannot ignore is: they may encounter data lost for whatever reason. So are you the one of these people? If so, you really should keep reading this article in which you can learn the best way to get your lost files back. iOS Data Recovery for iPad is just the one suitable for you.
How does iOS Data Recovery work? With user-friendly interface, you are allowed to effortlessly recover those lost data including Messages, Contacts, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari Bookmark, Camera Roll, Photo Library, Photo Stream, Message attachments, Voice memos and so forth. You can performthe recovery at once no matter what kind of iPad you have.


Now download and install the free trial version below. Just select the right version to take a try on your computer.

Tutorial 1: How to Recover Lost Data from iPad 2/3/4 Directly

Step 1. Connect your iPad to the computer and scan
To get started, launch the program and connect your iPad to the computer. Then you'll get the interface below. There is only a "Start Scan" button on the main window. After connecting your iPhone, you only need to click the "Start Scan" button to scan your iPad. You'll see this scanning window immediately after clicking the "Start Scan" button.
ipad recovery
Step 2. Preview and recover iPad data
After the scanning, you can preview the found data as long as the scan begins. Check the wanted data and mark them, then click "Recover" to savethem on your computer with just one click.
ipad data recovery
Note: Both deleted data and those still on your iPad are all found after these steps. If you only want to get your deleted ones back, you can refine the scan result by using the slide button at bottom to only display deleted items.
Note: This is the whole steps of How to Recover Lost Data from iPad 2/3/4 Directly, hope it can satisfy you. If not, you can get a rough idea of the second choice in the contents below: How to Recover Lost Data from iTunes backup, it provides you an alternative method to Recover Lost Data from iPad.

Tutorial 2: How to Recover Lost Data from iTunes Backup

Step 1. Choose your iPad model
After installing and launching the program on your Mac, you'll get the interface below. Choose the device icon for yours to move on.
ipad photo recovery
Note: Don't connect and sync your iPad with iTunes when you recover data from your iPad.
Step 2. Choose a recovery mode
In this step, there are two options for you to find your previous data on your iPad: Recover from iTunes Backup File and Recover from iOS Device. Let's take the former as a try.
ipad notes recovery
Note: If you choose the former, you don't need to connect your device to your computer. If the latter, you need to.
Step 3. Scan and extract your iTunes backup file
If you've ever synced more than one iOS device with iTunes on your Mac, like iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, there will be several backup files. Choose the one for your iPad and click "Start Scan" to extract it.
ipad data recovery tool
Step 4. Start to recover iPad data
Now all previous contents in the iTunes backup are scanned out and displayed as original. You can preview and check to recover your deleted iPad notes, photos, videos, contacts or calendar, and so forth. Then hit "Recover" and save them.
recover deleted files ipad
Nicely done! By following the above steps, you now have all those data back. Please bear in mind that you should back up your iPad regularly in order to avoid data lost. By the way, if you have iPhone or iPod, you can make full use of iOS Data Recovery which also works well with iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS and iPod touch5/4.





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