Posted by Kate , Feb 12, 2016
In situations like wrong operation or accidental deletion, users may reset their iPads to factory reset. As a result, many important data on the iPad such as photos, messages and so on will get lost. For someone who encounters such a situation, the first thought strikes his brain is to find data back. Though it is difficult to restore data after resetting iPad to factory, there is an easy way to handle the problem. Because all your iPad data and files are to be automatically backed up if you have synced your iPad with iTunes.
A third party, the iPhone Data Recovery is needed to access and extract the iPad backup, so as to restore iPad data in iPad factory settings. What is more, the process is easy to handle.
Step 1. Run the Program and Choose the Recovery Mode
To begin with, you should download the software on the computer and run the program. Then several modes are provided on the interface for you to choose, just select the "Data Recovery".
Step 2. Log in the iCloud and Choose the Backup File
Log in your iCloud with your account and password. After logging in your account, all your iPad and iPhone backups will be showed by the program. Choose the one for your iPad and start scanning to extract it.
Step 3. Preview and Recover Lost Data
After scanning, all the data will be found and listed in categories. You are allowed to preview the content one by one in detail and at the same time tick the items you want. Finally, just click the "Recover" button to recover the selected data on computer.
The above article is the guide to recover data after resetting iPad to factory. With the help of the iPhone Data Recovery, the recovery process becomes easy and effective. Besides, it is also available for other iOS devices, for example, it can restore iPhone from backup. For detailed information, just download the software and have a try.