How to Retrieve Photos from iPhone Backup
Have you lost some valuable photos from iPhone and want to retrieve them from iTunes backup? This guide tells you how to retrieve photos from iPhone backup in an easy and quick way.
Through our survey, over 79% iPhone users rely iPhone / iTunes / iCloud to store their important personal data. In order to help you extract useful photos, messages, notes and more from your backup, we composed this 2016 iPhone Backup Extractor Software Review for your reference.
Q: “Unfortunately my iPhone has been stolen. Thankfully I have an iTunes backup of all its data on my PC. How do I view or retrieve photos from this backup? I do not have another Apple device that can view photos and my iCloud account does not contain any photos. Cheers for any answers!”
It is a pity that we sometimes get our iPhone lost or stolen and our important data including our valuable photos get lost too. What comforts us a little is we still have iTunes backups on our computer. So, how to retrieve photos from iPhone backup?
We are used to restoring our device from iTunes backup to get back our lost data. However, this method requires you to connect your device to computer. Beside, directly using iTunes backup restoring means the whole device will be erased by the backup files, and you cannot only retrieve one specific data you want. So in this post, we offer you another method to restore photos from iTunes backup. And it could be better than iTunes in recovering photos on your iPhone – never erasing your content and data.
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Tool We’ll Use to Recover Pictures
This simple data recovery tool – PhoneRescue – is capable of retrieving both Android and iOS data. With PhoneRescue – iOS data recovery, you can easily access and view photos on iPhone backup that you created with iTunes and iCloud, no matter what iPhone or iPad you are using. And it also help you extract these kind of pictures from backup to your computer (no matter Mac or PC).
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How to Retrieve Photos from iPhone Backup
When downloading PhoneRescue to your computer, please choose Download for iOS. After downloading it, you can quickly access photos on your iTunes backup and export them to your computer with PhoneRescue.
Step 1. Install and run PhoneRescue on your computer, choose “Recover from iTunes Backup”, and then click “Next” to scan photos on iPhone backup. (You needn’t connect your device if you want to get only pictures from iTunes.)
Retrieve Photos from iPhone Backup
Step 2. Check Photos and click OK > Choose the backup contains your deleted photos.
How to Restore Photos from iTunes Backup – Step 2
If your backup is encrypted, you need to enter your password to decrypt and verify your backup so that PhoneRescue can scan your data. If you unfortunately forgot it, you can have a try on all possible passwords or with the aid of best iPhone backup unlocker to find it out.
Step 3. Select a backup among the backup lists on the left-side, and click “Next”.
Step 4. After scan, just click Photos, Photos Videos, Thumbnails or App Photos to preview pictures. You can select any items and download them to your computer by clicking the “To Computer” button.
Retrieve Photos from iPhone Backup – Step 4
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Note: Besides restore photos from iTunes backup, PhoneRescue also allows to retrieve photos from iOS device and iCloud.
The Bottom Line
PhoneRescue – iOS data recovery gives you full support on retrieving photos from iPhone backup, and all of the retrieved photos will be transferred to your computer. Any questions about this guide or PhoneRescue is welcomed, at the same time, don’t forget to share this guide to your friends.
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