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How to Restore iPhone Photos from Backup

By David Paul - JUNE, 8TH 2013
Losing photos among people looks like a common problem. The results are caused by different reasons. You may lost your iDevices, delete photos accidently, fail to jailbreak or restore to factory resetting. What if you meet these likely conditions?

Don't worry, the Myjad iTunes Photo Extractor is designed for you. It will help you get out of your photo loss trouble. iTunes backup is a file in special format that you can not read and access it to get all of your deleted photos back, iTunes Photo Extractor is here to recover your deleted photos directly. You can easily preview and select photos to restore your iPhone photos from iTunes backup files.

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How to Restore iPhone Deleted Photos from iTunes?


Install and Launch the Program

At the beginning, run the program on computer until the main interface pop up. And you would see the iTunes backup files of your iOS devices on the middle interface. Choose iPhone backup files which were synced with iTunes in latest data. Click "Start Scan" button which is on the middle and bottom pf interface.

Launch iTunes Photo Extractor


Check Photo Files and Select Them

Wait a few minutes for the scan results. Then you will find that all picture types you need to be restored are listed on the left column such as "Camera Roll" and "Photo Stream", and more photos in different kinds of formats including JPG, GIF, PNG, etc. According to these information, find your needed photos by clicking right on the right side. "Recover" them to get your photos back.

Check and Select Photo Files


Restore Photos from Backup

Patiently wait the small interface appear, and simply select a folder or create a document on computer to save your recoverable photos on your computer. The "OK" button is on the bottom of interface, hit it and get the loss photos back.

Restore Photos of iPhone

Kindly Reminder: Backup your iPhone, iPad and iPod with iTunes regularly in case of data losing. Do not connect your iDevices including iPhone, iPad and iPod with computer before recovering to avoid iTunes sync and overwrite your last iDevice backups.

Just 3 simple steps, then you could get your precious photos back. What's more, not only the picture formats, but also the video formats such as MP4, MP3, M4A, MPEG and more are supported. Hurry it up, download the trial version of iTunes Photo Extractor to let your photos stay with you forever.

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