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Here is a true story about iPhone Photo loss:
"I accidentally deleted some photos that important for me in my iPhone 4s. I want to get my photo back from iPhone 4s, what should I do? Are there any idea how to restore/recover deleted photos from iPhone 4S?"
“How to recover photos from iPhone” is an experience that not rare to iPhone users. Unfortunately, iPhone doesn't have a trash bin in which your deleted photos can be stored. Is it impossible to recover lost photos from iPhone? How to recover my backup photo from iTunes? Well, it is not the end of the world if you ever find yourself in a hopeless situation. Generally speaking, each time you sync your iPhone with iTunes, the earlier data on your iPhone are routinely backed up by iTunes (as a sqlite db file) and this special backup file gets continuously updated along with iTunes synchronization. You can’t take out or view the backup files. With iPhone data recovery software, you can take your files out of the .sqlitedb backup files.
iPhone Data Recovery is an easy-to-use software that can quickly get back your iPhone photos, videos, songs, SMS, call list, Contacts and eBooks (you purchased via iBook Store) etc once they are accidentally deleted or the device is lost. All you have to do is to follow the 3 simple steps and you can preview your lost iPhone files, recover in a snap and you’re back - just like that. The program supports recovering files from iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, 5 & other iOS based devices. Fully compatible with Windows 8/7/XP, Vista and Mac.
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There are two ways for you to recover deleted data from your iPhone: "Directly scan and recover lost data from iPhone", or "Scan and extract your iTunes backup file"(Recover Lost iPhone Photos, Contacts, Messages and More from iTunes Backup Files) to get photos back. Next, let's check detailed steps below.
| Part.1: How to recover photo, video files from iPhone directly?
Part.2: How to recover iPhone data from iTunes backup?
The First Use Guide : How to recover photo, video files from iPhone directly?
Step 1: Select the device to scan
Take iPhone 4 for example. Install and run iPhone Photo Recovery on your computer, and then connect your iPhone with your computer, then you'll get the main interface as follow.
Step 2: Enter the DFU mode and then scan your iPhone 4
Before you perform recovery, you ought to enter the DFU mode of your iPhone. Follow the steps here:
1) Hold your iPhone and click "Start".
2) Press "Home" and "Power" button at the same time when you click "Start",and hold for 10 seconds. The program will count it for you.
3) After 10 seconds passing, release "Power" and keep pressing "Home" for another 10 seconds.
When you're told that you've successfully entered the DFU mode, the program will automatically scan your iPhone for data as follow.
Step 3: Preview and recover deleted iPhone photos/videos
After the scan, you can see all lost data in the software interface. If you want to preview lost photos/video, you can choose "Camera Roll" or "Photo Stream"; If you only want to get those deleted videos/pictures, you can refine the result by sliding the button in the red area on the interface below, to only display deleted items.
Last step: Mark those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.
The Second Use Guide : How to recover iPhone data from iTunes backup?
Recover Lost iPhone Photos, Video,Contacts, Messages and More from iTunes Backup Files
Step 1: Choose iTunes backup and scan it
When launching 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 data
When the scan is over, the whole backup content are extracted and also displayed.
For Photos: You can recover the photo from camera roll take with iPhone or those you download from web site
For Videos: You can preview the video which is in any format from iPhone, and click "Recover" on the top menu to store it on your computer.
The Last Step: You can preview them one by one. Then check those you want and click the "Recover" button to save them on your computer.
More information of iPhone Photo Recovery
Mac iOS Photo Recovery is a dynamic yet easy program which is specially tailored for Mac OS X users to recover photos, videos, music files, SMS, Contacts, Messages, Call History etc deleted or lost from your iPhone & other Apple devices such as iPad, iPod Touch. No matter your iPhone is lost, stolen, broken, or you deleted some files of it by accident. The iPhone data restore tool (for Mac) will get them back from iTunes backups which you ever synched files. It is fully compatible with Macintosh OS X 10.5 Leopard or above including OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Just install the app on your Mac machine. Then just click on the "Start Scan" button to recover your missing items.
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