Restore iWatch data and settings from backup
- Supports all iOS versions
- Works with watchOS series 2 & 3
Apple Watch data recovery
- Recover iWatch settings
- Restore data from iWatch backup
Easy to use
- Fast download and setup
- Compatible with macOS and Win
Recover iWatch settings and app data in 3 steps
If you're an Apple Watch fan, and are passionate about tracking your personal data over time, including app usage and HealthKit data, you will love the iPhone Backup Extractor. Our solution helps you recover data from your iCloud backup, and for the first time ever, we made iWatch data recovery possible. Here's how:
- Download and install the latest version of iPhone Backup Extractor
- Connect to your iCloud account. We do not store your data and the encryption is secure and encrypted, following Apple's guidelines. If you have 2FA enabled, enter the token to verify your ownership.
- Browse through your backups, and download the iWatch backup you want to explore or recover
- Save the files locally and re-upload them to another device using the export function
You will need
Recover iWatch data from recent iCloud backups
1. Download and install the iPhone Backup Extractor
Download and install the latest version of the iPhone Backup Extractor for Windows or Mac.
Click the "+" button to add an iCloud account. We encourage that you use 2FA as an additional security step to protect your privacy. When logging in to your iCloud account, the authentication is done via a secure, encrypted connection, which does not store your details.
If you have not purchased a license, then you must that first. We recommend purchasing a Premium plan, which allows you to explore your iCloud backups and recover files from them.
2. Choose and download the iWatch backup
From the left tab choose the iWatch backup you want to explore or recover files from.
Go to "Full Download" tab and start downloading the full backup first, inside the app. Then, you can preview its contents and either selectively download files locally or download the full backup on your computer.
You can also recover iOS data saved in other backups, for example, you can recover files from iPad, iPhone and iPod backups.
3. Open the iWatch backup and recover your data
After the backup has been downloaded in our app, you can click on it again, open it and explore what's in there. If anything can be previewed, it will be previewed by default. Otherwise, try either exporting files or downloading them on by one on your computer.
As more features are added to iPhone Backup Extractor, you will be able to recover even more data. Save your full iWatch backup in a dedicated folder, and try again in a month or so. It's very likely that you will be able to recover even more data as the iPhone Backup Extractor gets better and better at supporting new technologies.
NOTE: If your iPhone is 2FA enabled, you will need to have access to your default trusted device, in order to be able to unlock the iCloud and save the data.
iPhone Backup Extractor is fully compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, and any macOS version from 10.7 and above. See below:
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Here’s a photo of our founder Aidan (the tall guy) meeting Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, after Reincubate was awarded the UK’s highest business award for our work since 2008 on developing this technology. We invented the iPhone Backup Extractor, the first tool on the market for iOS data recovery. We’re on a mission to help people make the most of their data in an ethical, transparent way. You can read more about Reincubate, our values, and our position on privacy and data security.
Can we improve this guide and help others recover more of their data, or have we helped you with your recovery? We’ve been doing this for 10 years but there’s always room to improve, and we love hearing how people get on. Why not drop us an email at the address below, or tweet us @reincubate?