How to recover iPhone backup photos, videos, sms, contacts, call history, notes, etc from iTunes on Mac OS X Mountain Lion
Backing up your iPhone data to iTunes is essential to ensure against damage or loss to your iPhone. The process will also make it possible to easily transfer data from your device to a new iPhone. Following are the simple steps to backup iPhone to iTunes.
The iTunes backup files are stored on your computer, when you accidently deleted them from your iPhone, you can use the backup file on your computer to restore them. The only problem is that iTunes does not allow you to access or browse the backup contents of your iPhone, but you can do this with some third party application.
iPhone Backup Recovery is such a beneficial application specially designed for Mac OS X Mountain Lion users to recover iPhone deleted/lost file from iTunes backup. The program can comprehensively restore/extract iPhone deleted photos, videos in camera roll, sms, contacts, call records, notes, voice memos, calendar events, reminds, etc from iTunes backup file.
The biggest feature of the program is its “Preview & Check Backup Contents” function, which enables you to preview the recoverable files in details by category before the recovery process. For example, you can check photos and videos in camera roll, view contacts in details including addresses, job title, etc, read SMS contents including iMessages, photos, videos, etc.
Step by step guide to restore/extract iPhone backup photos, videos, sms, contacts, call history, notes, voice memos, etc from from iTunes Mountain Lion?
1. Select iTunes backup of iPhone to scan.
2. Preview and recover iPhone backup files.