Druing the process of updating to iOS 8.2, many Apple users will suffer the trouble of losing data. Then if you meet this trouble, how can you recover lost data while updating to iOS 8.2? Below article will show you the effective way to get lost iOS 8.2 data back.
iOS updating has always been a troubling problem. Apple released a new version by claiming having some bugs fixed, but when you choose to update, more bugs are coming out. Soon the world cash richest company published a newer version claiming all problems are fixed, and then you are so frustrated to realize that all your data were gone when you choose to access to the latest iOS version.
We understand how the updating-caused data loss sucks. Take the latest iOS 8.2 version for example, dozens of emails from our customers reaching us to complain losing Contacts, Notes, Calendar, Photos, Messages, Call log, Reminders, Voice Memos and Safari bookmarks and asking for a recovery solution.
Fortunately, we just have the prescription, iFonebox
, an iOS device recovery tool. Being capable of extracting and recovering data from iTunes Backup as well as iCloud Backup, iFonebox make it possible to have you accidently lost data while updating to iOS 8.2.
The critical thing is that you must have an iTunes Backup or a iCloud Backup. Otherwise, you cannot recover anything.
This smart tool has both Windows version and Mac version. You can firstly free download a trial version to have a try. Follow the steps below to have your missing Contacts, Notes, Calendar, Photos, Messages, Call log, Reminders, Voice Memos and Safari bookmarks back.
Step 1: Start off the iFonebox and choose Recovery Mode
Install and start the full version of the iFonebox. Click “Recover from iTunes Backup”and then the software will ask you to choose the backup you want to recover. Once you made the backup in the computer that iFonebox installed, all the backup will be displayed in the interface. Click the button of “Select”to choose a backup file.
Notes: If you cannot find the backup file you want or the backup file does not show, you can click the button of "Select More" to locate your backup files from other locations.
Step 2: Choose Data Type
The interface below will show you all the information types that can be recovered, click on the icon of the information you want to recover to preview.
Step 3: Scan and Recover
Then all the data you choose to recover will be listed on the interface below. You can check whatever you want to recover.