Q:"Can you recover deleted files from iCloud? I don't know how to do it." - Bomer

Data loss frequently happens on iOS users. But often in this case, iCloud will be your savior. It's well designed to store iOS data synced between multiple devices and assist to restore deleted files in important moments. In order to solve problem come from Bomer and other similar users, we are here to introduce an efficient way to recover deleted files from iCloud by using iCloud Drive. Beyond that, you can also learn tips on how to restore deleted files from iCloud by using backup extractor.

Part 1. How to Recover Deleted Files from iCloud Drive Directly

iCloud Drive (icloud.com) offers a thoughtful option, "Restore Files", to recover files that have been deleted over the past 30 days. It will bring up a list of files, which are available for you to choose and restore. To do it, you can just follow the steps below to get started.

Step 1 Sign in iCloud

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Visit icloud.com on Safari or other browser to sign in your iCloud account with Apple ID and password.

Step 2 Select "Restore Files" under "Advanced" section

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Go to "Settings" and scroll down to find "Advanced" section on the bottom left-hand corner. You can "Restore Files", "Restore Contacts", "Restore Calendars and Reminders" and "Restore Bookmarks" out there. Just select and press the first "Restore Files".

Step 3 Locate and tick deleted files to restore

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A file restoration window will pop up if you have deleted files in the last 30 days and stored them in iCloud. Be patiently. It will take you some time to load all files. After that, you are allowed to locate designated individual file or multiple files by marking the checkbox(s). Then click on "Restore" button at the right bottom to recover. iCloud will show a message in your sight to confirm it.