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How to Recover iPhone Pictures after iOS 9 Jailbreak
-- Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Why iOS Data Recovery?
Compared to plenty of iOS data restoration programs in the market, iOS Data Recovery is certainly the number one choice in terms of its compelling reading, scanning, previewing and recovering abilities. Photos, videos, messages, call logs, message attachments, reminders, notes, calendar, voice memos, safari bookmarks, app documents and more files, all could be restored directly from iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus, iPad Pro/Air 2/Mini 4, iPod, iTunes and iCloud.
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To recover deleted photos from iPhone, here we will introduce three ways:
- Part 1. Recover Pictures from iPhone Directly
- Part 2. Recover iPhone Photos from iTunes Backup
- Part 3. Recover iPhone Photos from iCloud
Part 1: Recover Pictures from iPhone DirectlyConnect your iPhone with computer, the program will first analyze your device then automatically scans and loads data.
Photos of camera roll and photo stream are under “Photo & Videos” category. Click on both tabs to show all pictures. Preview and select photos that you need to restore, click “Recover” on the lower right corner to start retrieving.
Part 2: Recover iPhone Photos from iTunes BackupIf you wish to restore photos from the last backup you synced with iTunes, choose “Recover from iTunes Backup File”. You might need to select backup if you have more than one on your computer. After the program completes scanning all backup files, you will be leading to the same interface like restoring from device. Perform the same steps to recover photos.
Part 3: Recover iPhone Photos from iCloudYou can also restore photos from iCloud. To do so, first sign in iCloud with your Apple ID.
Here comes to the recovery process. Preview, select and restore pictures. You can either view all pictures together or check images in folders.
1. Do NOT download or transfer files to iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus in case of overwriting lost data.
2. Do NOT sync iPhone with iTunes until you regain your lost files.
3. Do back up iPhone data frequently for emergency.