While Dr. Fone's desktop software (Windows and Mac) works with all iOS devices, and quite capable of recovering data directly from even old iPhones like 3GS and iPhone 4, or old iPad like the iPad 1, and the fourth-generation iPod touch.
It can also regain lost data from an iTunes backup of all other iOS devices, including newer iPads, the iPhone 5, and the iPhone 4S. If your iPhone or iPad is stuck in recovery mode, then you need to take some simple measures to recover your data.
For dr.fone - Recover (iOS), which presents the highest recovery success in the business and many other benefits, follow these steps:
How to recover data on iPhone
- First launch dr.fone on your computer and then connect the iPhone by USB cable.
- In the window displayed choose ‘Recover’ and then click on ‘Recover from iOS Device’.
The software recognizes your iPhone fairly quickly, then it will look for all available data from the device.
It then displays all data in the next window. However, if you see that the items you are looking for have been discovered, you can stop the scan by simply clicking on ‘pause’.
Then click on ‘Recover to Device’ if you want the data restored to your iPhone, or ‘Recover to Computer’, if you want to view them on your PC.
The view on PC option is especially handy if you don't have access to your iOS device.
And if you're using a newer Apple device, you can use the software to recover data from iTunes backup files, which it will automatically load from iTunes backup files, then you can select which one you'd like to scan.
Dr. Fone costs only $100 ( with free feature-limited demo), but if you accidentally delete an important file, you'd certainly know that it's actually priceless.