I deleted the photos shot on my son's birthday party from my iPad by mistake. They are valuable for me. I plugged iPad to computer and downloaded Recovery Software but it didn't work. I'm frustrated and confused. Is there any effective way to recover my deleted photos?
For almost all iPad users, you may accidentally delete some files such as photos, music or video from your iPad. Well, there are two ways to undelete photos on iPad: "recover it directly from your iPad", or "recover it by extracting your iTunes backup file". If you have synced your iPad with iTunes before you deleted the photos, you can recover them through iTunes backup; If not, you can directly scan your iPad to undelete your photos. But the prerequisite is to have an iPad Data recovery tool.
iPad Data Recovery
is a professional software to provide users an effective way to restore iPad lost or deleted data including photos, videos, calendars, contacts, notes, etc..
If you download the official version from the below download guidance, I 'm surethat you can get back your deleted photos.
No matter which way you choose, you can use iOS Data Recovery (Mac) or iOS Data Recovery (Windows). You can use them to undelete pictures on iPads in both ways. Both of the software support iPad with Retina display, iPad mini, The new iPad, iPad 2 and iPad 1. Get the free trial version of iPad Recovery tool below to take a try.
Download the free trial version below to have a try.
Tutorials 1: How to Recover Photos from iPad 1 Directly
Step 1. Connect iPad to computer and start scan
To begin with, launch the program and connect your iPad to the computer.
Step 2. Enter DFU mode & Scan iPad backup file
Follow the above step instruction to enter device scanning mode and directly undelete photos from iPad. From the following steps:
1. Hold your iPad and click "Start
2. Pressing "Power
" and "Home
" buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds. The software will count down for you.
3. After 10 seconds, release "Power
" button, but keep holding "Home
" for another 10 seconds.
4. After another 10 seconds, you’ll be informed that you've successfully entered the system and you can release the Homebutton now. At the same time, the program will begin scanning your iPad for lost data.
Step 3. Preview & recover iPad data
After scanning, you will get a result below, and you can preview the found data. Preview them one by one and click mark those you want. Click Recover to save them on your computer.
Note: The first way of directly recovering iPad lost photos is only suitable for iPad 1. So to speak, once you deleted your photosof iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, new iPad, iPad 2, the second tutorial is the only ultimate appeal for your choice.
Tutorials 2: How to Recover Photos from iTunes Backup Files
Step 1. Select the iPad backup to scan
After installing and running the program on your computer, you'll get the interface as follow. Follow the instruction and don't connect your iPad with iTunes to prevent lost files being overwritten. Here, all your iDevice backups will be found. Select the one for your iPad and continue to "Start Scan
" the details of the backup for preview and recovery.
Step 2. Recover deleted iPad photos
Then all the backed up files of your iPad are scanned out and displayed as original. Choose "Camera Roll
" and click "Recover
" button to start recover your lost photos of your iPad
Tutorial 3: How to Recover Photos from iCloud Backup Files
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 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.