On one fine day, when you get back home from work and want to play games or music for relaxing, but your iPhone suddenly fall off your pocket or bag and the screen is terribly damaged and it becomes impossible to get your iPhone started and thus your iPhone becomes inaccessible. Since your iPhone is out of repair, and the thing you care about whether it can be retrieved is the data on your iPhone, especially the photos on your iPhone. How, you may wonder, to retrieve all the iPhone photos
when you cannot access your iPhone at all?
Even if you have created iTunes backup file for all the data including the iPhone photos on your computer, it helps nothing as the iTunes backup file itself is not readable. And iTunes does not give you the chance to export backed up photos selectively.
iFonebox, fortunately, can achieve so. As professional IOS data recovery software, iFonebox is able to recover and export all the photos from iDevice directly as well as from iTunes or iCloud backup file.
As your iPhone screen is damaged and cannot be connected to computer for detection, you need to export the iPhone photos to computer by recovering from the iTunes backup which is one of the recovery mode provided by iFonebox.
You can download a free trial version of iFonebox to have try but you need to pay for the full version.
Let’s take a look at the detailed steps.
Step 1: Install and run the full version of iFonebox. Choose the recovery mode of “Recover from iTunes Backup”. You will be presented with interface of listing all the iTunes backup file on your computer.
Step 2: Click the icon of Photos to choose photos to recover.
Step 3: Take a preview at the exported photos and choose whatever you want to recover and transfer to your computer for convenient viewing and backup.
Note: As your iPhone is terribly damaged and in accessible, you can also export other data like contacts, notes, messages, calendar, reminders, voice memos, safari bookmarks, call history, whatsapp messages, messages attachments, and photos etc by checking the box of “Recover All” for your iTunes backup file you have previously created.