Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Restore iPhone Photos From Backup Using Two Methods

Here are two methods to restore iPhone photos from backup if you break, misplace or have lost your phone. The first method to recover either photos or videos from an iPhone backup is iFriend.

Due to fact that the iPhone is very popular mobile devices in the world it holds over 40 percent of the US market for smartphones. With borrowed iPhone lost photos and videos are minutes away from being recovered. You can borrow one from your friend to do the work.

If have a backup for your lost phone, you can recover those lost items using an iTunes backup or an iCloud backup. With no doubt, you should back up the borrowed device before moving on to the next step to keep in safe other person's data. Now, after backing up borrowed phone, plug it into your computer and restore using your backup from “This computer” or iCloud.

After this borrowed device has been restored to your backup, you will see all of your photos and videos on that phone. Now you need to transfer that content onto your computer, flash drive, or cloud storage service. After that make sure to restore your friend’s iPhone by using their backup. Now you have your pictures and videos, and your friend’s phone is back to normal.

The second method is to use third-party apps. In case you cannot use an extra iPhone you will need to download a third-party tool. These third-party apps find files from your backups don't require to have the phone on hand. It is ideal alternative for lost or broken phones.

You can use such third-party apps to restore photos and videos from backup as:

For example you can use iPhone Backup Extractor to restore iPhone photos from backup. After downloading this application, launch it, and it will automatically search your computer (the one you backed up your iPhone to) for any available backups.

Under the Available data section you will see Photos. Choose the blue extraction link and you will be able to extract all of your photos. If you will use unregistered limited trial you will be able to pick 4 photos. Persons who purchase the product will be able to extract all photos and items from the backup.

Each app will have a similar process, so follow the respective its directions for finding and restoring your pictures and videos from a backup.


2 Responses to “Restore iPhone Photos From Backup Using Two Methods”

Unknown said...
December 24, 2015 at 10:46 PM

How to backup iPhone contacts to iTunes?

Unknown said...
January 5, 2016 at 11:44 PM

Feel free to read this article about restoring iPhone from iTunes backup.

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