User Guide of Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac

Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac, as a competitive iOS data recovering tool, can have strikingly easy-to-operate yet high-efficient performance in getting up to 20+ lost data files back with 3 different modes. It can handily rescue you from any possible data loss issues by retrieving desired data in 3 easy steps. The following complete guide will show you how to use Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac to recover data from iOS device, iTunes and iCloud backups separately.

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Part 1. How to Recover Lost Data from iOS Device Directly

Step1 Connect iOS Device with Computer

Before running Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac on desktop, make sure that your iOS device (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch) has already connected with computer via original USB cable properly. Simply launch Joyoshare and it will automatically detect your iOS device.

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Note: Firstly guarantee that your iTunes has been updated to the latest version. Besides, remember not to get iTunes as well as Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery run at the same time to avoid automatically sync and data overwrite. To disable this function in iTunes, you'd better go for iTunes > Preferences > Devices > Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically.

Step2 Confirm Recovery Mode and Scan iOS Device
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As long as there is no identification problem, Joyoshare will smartly bring up all basic info for your iDevice under "Recover from iDevice" mode, like product version, deleted data, existing data, data capacity, etc. Select what you need and go ahead to press the "Scan" button in the lower right corner to let Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery work for you. Keep in mind that the scanning process duration will accordingly be affected by the amount of your data files. Continue to tap on the "Stop" button to end the whole scanning process until you find required data.

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Step3 Preview and Restore the Selected Data

A few minutes later, Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery will complete the scanning process to display both existing data and deleted data in categories. As per actual need, you can turn on the "Only show the deleted" option to filter out your iOS device's deleted data. With the preview window, you are permitted to see the data files by ticking definite file type in the left side. Or select desired files by utilizing the search tool in the top right corner. Hereafter, go forward to click "Recover" button to save data to computer directly.

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Part 2. How to Retrieve Lost Data from iTunes Backup

Step1 Select Corresponding Recovery Mode

Directly launch Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac. From the top menu bar, you can see 3 accessible modes. Choose "Recover from iTunes", after which Joyoshare will detect all iTunes backup files on Mac in a list. Few minutes later, figure out which one you need as you have to select desired files from an iTunes backup to scan by clicking the gear icon gear icon. Don't worry, Joyoshare will display model, backup date and more file info for your reference.

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Note: Situation is that your iOS device is not listed and shown in above interface because there is no synchronization between your iOS device and iTunes. In this case, go forward to click the "+" button to target your iTunes backup file from your computer's other folder.

Step2 Scan Required Data from iTunes Backup File

Having selected definite iTunes backup data files to recover, you can set about clicking "Scan" button. It will cost some time to extract all chosen data files from iTunes backup. Wait until the whole scan process comes to end.

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Step3 Preview and Recover Data from iTunes Backup

Preview all scanned data files in categories and mark whatever you need by checking the box or entering file name in top search box. Now hit the "Recover" button in the lower right corner. Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac will lead you to the destination folder in no time.

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Part 3. How to Restore Lost Data from iCloud Backup

Step1 Choose Recovery Mode

Similarly, open Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac and navigate to "Recover from iCloud" recovery mode at the top categories. This time you will be asked to sign in your iCloud account with related login info.

Note: This program will keep your privacy strictly without recording any account info or content.

recover from icloud backup interface
Step2 Download Data from iCloud Backup File

Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery will bring all iCloud backup files for you after your login. Hereafter, you are authorized to confirm the one you'd like to recover data and press the "Download" button. Then a window will pop up soon with all classified files. Head to choose the types of your lost data and tap on "Next" button to begin downloading. Surely, the process will take you some time as well.

Step3 Preview and Recover Lost Data

When download and extract all iCloud backup files, you are enabled to preview nearly all of them one by one, like photos, messages, contacts, etc. Tick items you need and click "Recover" or button to save them.

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Part 4. Video Tutorial - Recover Delete Data with Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac

The following vivid video will show you how to get important lost data back from iOS devices (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch), iTunes and iCloud backup at every step by using Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac.

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