How to Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone/iPad (Even without Backup)

Summary

Searching for a way to recover data from locked/disabled iPhone? In this tutorial, we are going to share you a reliable and efficient method to help you recover data from locked/disabled iPhone in minutes.

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Aug. 15, 2017

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PhoneRescue – Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone with Ease

PhoneRescue – Best iOS Data Recovery

Go to download PhoneRescue prior, and then follow this tutorial to recover your valuable data like photos, videos, contacts, etc. from locked/disabled iPhone/iPad with no hassle.

To prevent others from using our iPhone and to protect our privacy information the same time, most of us would like to set a password on our device. Some of you may even change the password regularly to ensure the security.

But if you forget your password accidently, you will not be able to use your device or even access any of the data on it. To unlock your disabled iPhone, the only way is to erase the device, which means to delete all of your data and settings. So, you’d better backup files to your Mac/PC computer before erasing the device.

When you locked you iPhone, you can still back up your device via iTunes, but it must be on the promise of you have synced your iPhone with iTunes before and have no password requirement. Otherwise, your device will not be connected to iTunes, as you can’t trust the computer on your iPhone without password.

If you haven’t made any backup in advance, don’t panic, just turn to PhoneRescue for help (make sure that your iPhone can be recognized by computer). And below we will show you how to use it to recover data from locked/disabled iPhone/iPad even without backup.

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The Tool You Need to Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone/iPad

PhoneRescue is highly recommended by users who are free from the risk of data lose on iPhone. Next, let’s check it.

1. It can help you recover all data from locked/disabled iPhone/iPad directly without backup.

2. It supports recovering up to 25 types of files, covering photos, music, videos, messages, contacts, notes and more frequently used contents.

3. It also offers you another two recovery modes, from iTunes backup and from iCloud backup. You can preview all your data/backups before recovering, which makes it possible for you to selectively recover the contents/backups you want. More than anything, unlike default iTunes or iCloud recovery, it will not erase any previous data on your device.

4. It works well with both Windows and Mac computer, and it is also compatible with all backups based on iOS versions, like iOS 7/8/9/10/11.

First, let’s download PhoneRescue – iOS Data Recovery on your computer now, and then follow the detailed tutorial below to see how to recover data from your locked/disabled iPhone/iPad in just 3 simple steps.

How to Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone/iPad without Backup

Step 1. Launch PhoneRescue – iOS Data Recovery on your Mac/PC computer and connect your locked/disabled iPhone/iPad to the computer via its USB cable.

Step 2. Choose the Recover from iOS Device option and click Scan button on the bottom right.

Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone/iPad via iDevice Directly – Step 2

Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone/iPad via iDevice Directly – Step 2

Step 3. Preview and select the data you want to recover after the scanning process completes > Click the To Computer or To Device button to recover your files.

Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone/iPad via iDevice Directly – Step 3

Recover Data from Locked/Disabled iPhone/iPad via iDevice Directly – Step 3

The Bottom Line

As you can see from above, with PhoneRescue – iOS Data Recovery, it is easy enough to recover data from locked/disabled iPhone/iPad. So, don’t hesitate to have a try now >

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