Summary: When you encountered to data loss on your iPhone 7, there is nothing you can do now but iPhone 7 data recovery software. Actually, data loss can be prevented. This article shows you a step-by-step guide on how to fully backup iPhone 7 data and restore from iPhone backup files via iPhone Data Recovery or iPhone Data Recovery for Mac.
The iPhone 7 is expected to launch in early September this year, possibly accompanied by the iPhone 7 Plus. Data lost from iPhone is so common to see, even if you have the iPhone 7. There are many reasons cause your data lost on iPhone 7, such as, accidental deletion, iOS 11/10.2 upgrade, a failed jailbreak, device crash or damage, restore to factory settings, etc.
In order to protect personal privacy, we need to realize the importance of data backup. We all need to develop a good habit of regular backups. But, how? How can you backup your large number of data (contacts, SMS, photos, videos, notes, call logs, documents, music, WhatsApp messages) which stored in internal memory or SD card on iPhone 7 device with one click? And then extract to your iPhone 7 or other device from backup file?
Here you come to the right place. iPhone Backup Extractor is good at backing up and extracting iPhone 7 data with iOS 10 onto your computer with ease. Moreover, this software is capable of retrieving data like photos, videos, SMS messages, contacts, notes, camera roll, calendar, reminders, call history, Safari bookmarks, messages attachments, Facebook&Twitter media, WhatsApp chats, etc from iPhone 7/6S/6S Plus/6/6 Plus/5S/5/4S. Last but not least, this tool works well with fixing iPhone to normal, such as get iPhone out of recovery mode, Apple logo, black/white screen and so on.
Step 1.Connect iPhone 7 to Computer
After running iPhone Backup Extractor on your computer, select “More Tools” option and then click “iOS Data Backup & Restore” from the tool list. Using the USB cable that comes with your iOS device to connect your iPhone 7 to computer. By default, the tool will detect your iPhone 7 device automatically.
Step 2.Connect iPhone 7 to Computer
When your iPhone 7 is connected successfully, iPhone Backup Extractor will detect the file types on your device automatically. Then all the supported data,like Photos & Videos, Messages & Call Logs, Contacts, Memos and other data will be found out. You can select the file types to backup. Then click on “Backup”button. It only will take a few minutes on the whole backup process, depending on the data storage on your iPhone 7.
Step 3.Successfully Backup iPhone 7 Files to Computer
After you select the files you need to backup by checking the box before them, please click “Export to PC” button to export the backup files to computer.
Step 4.Restore Backup Files to iPhone 7/6S/6/5S/5/4S
If you have successfully backed up data from iPhone 7/6S/6/5S/5/4S/4 to computer, you can use this iPhone Backup Extractor software to restore text messages, iMessage, contacts, photos and notes to iPhone 7 or other iPhone device from backup file. After you select the files you need, just click “Recover to Device” button to retrieve all files to your iPhone 7/6S/6/5S/5/4S/4 or iPad device.
In addition to the iPhone Backup Extractor, there is a software called iOS Data Manager is also suitable for you. The iOS Data Manager helps you to backup iPhone 7 data to computer within a click and one click restore to device from backup at any time , including Pictures, Texts/iMessages, Contacts, Notes, WhatsApp, Viber, etc. Moreover, you can manage music, video, TV shows, playlists, photos, apps, ebooks, contacts without iTunes.
Free download and try to backup and restore iPhone 7 data on the computer in a click.
The Most Common Reasons of the iPhone Data Loss:
1. Most people deleted data on iPhone by pressing wrong buttons.
2. Lost iPhone data after recovery-mode restore.
3. Update or downgrade to lower version could erase contacts from iPhone.
4 .Jailbreak failure or improper operations during jailbreak can cause data loss.
5. iPhone is inaccessible because of black screen, system error, locked screen (forgot password), or stuck in recovery mode, blue screen of death, etc.
6. iPhone is crashed, smashed, broken, water damaged, lost or stolen.
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