Posted by Kate , Jan 18, 2017
If you unexpectedly lose your iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6 Plus/6/5s/5/4s/4, iPad or iPod touch, a way for you to get your important data back is to extract iTunes backup. However, the iTunes backup file can't be read directly.. In other words, you can't preview the content of it or directly choose any data you want to recover.
To fix the problem above, you need an iTunes backup extractor. RecoveryTool iPhone Data Recovery software is a mighty iTunes backup extractor to help you extract your iTunes backup file and preview all the content such as photo stream, camera roll, contacts, messages, notes, calendars, etc. to restore them as you like.
Download or update iTunes to the latest version. On your iPhone, locate to Settings > iCloud, disable Find my iPhone/iPad if it's on. Connect your iOS device to your computer using the USB cable. Select it when it appears in iTunes.
Head to Restore section on Summary tab. Decline the invitation to create a backup and continue anyway. Once the process has completed, leave the device connected until it is activated. Maybe you will need to connect your Apple ID at this point. Restore from a backup you made before jailbreaking if possible.
Step 1. Scan and extract the iTunes backup file
Launch iPhone Data Recovery program on your computer. The main window comes out instantly as below. Then turn to the mode "Recover" > "Recover iOS Data". All the iTunes backup files for your iDevice will be scanned automatically and shown at list. Now you need to select the right one and click the button "Start Scan" to extract the iTunes backup file.
Step 2. Preview and retrieve data in iTunes backup file
When extract completed, all content in the iTunes backup file will be displayed. You can preview and check them in detail. Then check the items whatever you want and click "Recover" to restore the data on your computer in just one click.
Step 3. backup data regularly
In order to prevent you from losing your iPhone data by accident, keep your mind to do your backup well on your computer routinely.