“My iPad Mini crashing during iOS 8.1 update.The device was locked in recovery mode and would not release from an infinite loop. I had backed the device up to an iTunes backup with password locally, but the phone lost its identity, serial number and UDID. Fortunately, I was able to get the device out of the loop and that's when I needed a good app to extract the critical data stored in iTunes on an old PC laptop.”
Many people met these trouble during their update. At this point, extract data from encrypted iTunes backup is the only way to avoid data losing. As long as you have the password of your iTunes backup, iFonebox could help you to recover these encrypted iTunes backup and provide an easy way to access these recovered files on your PC.
Free download the trail version to have a try whether iFonebox could extract the data of your iTunes backup.
Tip:The password for creating the backup with iTunes is essential, otherwise, iFonebox will not work with encrypted backups.
Extract Data from Encrypted iTunes Backup to PC
Step 1: Choose iTunes iTunes Backup
After installing and starting iFonebox, the program will ask you to choose the recovery mode, click the button of “Recover from iTunes Backup” and it will show you a window that contains all the backup in your computer, choose the encrypted backup you want to recover and click “Start Scan” to start the scanning.
Step 2: Enter the password of the encrypted backup
Then a window will pop up to ask you enter the password that you set when you created the backup, enter the password to unlock it and click “OK” to continue the recovery.
Step 3: Preview and Recover encrypted backup to PC
When the scanning is finished, all the data in your encrypted iTunes backup will be displayed in the interface of the software. Click the categories in the top of the software to preview them one by one and you could tick off these you do not need. Then click “Recover” button to store them on your computer for saving.