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How to Recover Calendar from iPad
iOS Data Recovery can fetch a list of recently-deleted events and let you choose which one to retrieve. You get to selectively restore them from iTunes/iCloud backups or even from the device itself. It gets real good feedback. You may as well give it a try.
- Part 1. Regain Deleting Calendars from iPad
- Part 2. Undelete Lost Data from iTunes Backup
- Part 3. Extract Missing Data from iCloud Backup
You'll get a default homepage after launching iOS Data Recovry. Plug in your USB cord with one end to your iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4 and another to your Windows or Mac computer. Click Start Scan to have your device scanned for lost data.
Step 2 Retrieve Lost Text Messages
After the scanning process, all the data (whether lost or existed) will be displayed on the main window. Check on Calendars to have a closer look of what you need to get back and click on Recover to finish.
Step 1 Scan for iTunes Backups
Start the said program and click on Recover from iTunes Backup File. iOS Data Recovery will detect all your iTunes backup files and mark them with names and backup date. Try to click the one that contains your lost data and click Start Scan.
Step 2 Preview and Restore iPad Data
On the left panel, check any box you like to preview your previous stored backup data. If you all done, click Recover to extract them.
Step 1 Sign in to iCloud
On the homepage of iOS Data Recovery Program click on Recover from iCloud Backup File mode. Enter your Apple ID and Password to get your backup.
Step 2 Download Backup Files
Same as iTunes, download your most recent backup file or any other that contains data you need. Click Download button if you've made your choice.
Step 3 Get Deleted Events Back from iCloud
Finally, take your time to review all the data in your backup files. Check the boxes in front of your wanted data and click Recover.
1. Once an event is deleted, that data sticks around before it get overwritten by new information – so stay clam and stop fiddling your iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4, follow what's being said on this tutorial instead.
2. Make backup of iPad data to computer is also necessary.