After using our iPhone Backup Extractor software and retrieving your calendar events from your backup, you might wonder to restore these back to your iPhone, iPod or iPad. The easiest way is to simply email the .ics (iCal) file containing your calendar to your iDevice, then open and import using the calendar event manager on the iDevice. But if you use a Microsoft email client like Outlook or Windows Live, the following article can help to import your calendars using these instead.
Importing CSV Calendar file to Outlook
- Open Outlook and under File, click Open > Import
- Import from another program or file > Comma Separated Values (Windows)
- Select your CSV or ICAL Calendar file to import
- Select the folder where you’d like your Calendar data to go
- Confirm the Calendar event import
This applies for CSV Calendar files. For ICAL Calendar files you will have to click on Import an iCalendar (.ics) or vCalendar file (.vcs) and the you'll have to browse to Open the .ics file extracted with the iPhone Backup Extractor.
And select if you want to allow duplicates to be created or not.
You’ll probably want to put it in your Outlook Calendar folder.
Sync your iPhone, iPod or iPad with Outlook Calendar using iTunes
There are many ways of importing the Calendars files extracted with our iPhone Backup Extractor software. If you are going to use Outlook then syncing your Calendar after is a good option.
NOTE: You must have ALL your events in Outlook first as this is where all the Calendar Events will be synced from. If you don't, you could lose any Calendar Events only stored on your iPhone, iPad or iPod and not also in Outlook.
- Open up iTunes and connect your iDevice
- Under Devices, click the Info tab
- Click on Sync Outlook calendars and then Apply lower-right corner of your screen.
This should cover the process of importing and syncing your Calendar with your iPhone and Outlook successfully. If you have restored your Calendar to your iPhone using other techniques like Gmail via .CSV etc. then please share them by commenting below.