- Find files in any iTunes backup
- Easy preview & save
- Only you can open your backup
- Files are not stored on servers
- Edit backup files manually
- Export data in compatible file formats
1. Download and install iPhone Backup Extractor
Download and install the latest version of iPhone Backup Extractor.
If you need to restore more than four files from a category, you will need a license plan (the Home plan).
For encrypted iTunes backups you will need the Premium plan.
2. Select the iTunes backup file
Open the iPhone Backup Extractor and select an iTunes backup file from the left tab.
If you know which backup file was created before you've deleted your files, select that one and download it. Otherwise, simply go for the most recent iTunes backup.
Once it's been downloaded, preview files your files, find the one you're looking for and save it on your computer. Contacts and calendar entries can be saved in files compatible with both iOS and Windows.
3. Preview and restore data
You have multiple options to preview your iTunes files: "Overview" mode (the default one, available for a few categories), “Preview” mode (for messages you want to preview before), “App view” (for apps data recovery) and “Expert mode” (very useful in forensics).
Select the files you need to restore, click on "Download" and choose a place for data extraction. Your files are restored instantly on your computer.
You are currently learning about restoring deleted files from encrypted and unencrypted iTunes backups.
Can we suggest other features available in iPhone Backup Extractor? There are other features available like: restrictions PIN recovery, database manipulation or various files recovery.