Q: "I found some of my important photos and contacts lost when I tried to upgrade my system. What's worse, I didn't turn on my iCloud trigger. How do I recover data from iPhone without iCloud? Please help me!" - Wallace from Apple Discussion
Losing iPhone data is a very common phenomenon in our daily life. Many behaviors may cause data loss such as one wrong tap, system crash, device stuck on Apple logo, virus attack, or system upgrade failure as Wallace encountered, etc. The worse thing is that you even haven't backed up your data. For keeping your important iPhone data, I suggest you to back up your iPhone regularly, so you will get more chances to restore it when it's accidentally missing. If not, you're no worried, either. In this article, we'll show you how to recover iPhone data without iCloud backup efficiently.
Part 1. How to Recover iPhone Data by Restoring iTunes Backup
Part 2. How to Retrieve iPhone Data from iTunes Backup Selectively
As you can see, the first method may help your restore your lost data, but it is not 100% working. You need to take several attempts and it may take you a lot of time. What if you can preview before recovery and select what files you want to restore? That's a good idea. Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery can help you realize that purpose easily.
With the support of real-time preview function, Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery can enable users to find the lost files in a few clicks only. After that, you can simply choose the files you want and then restore them to your computer with a very high successful recovery rate.
Besides, this powerful iOS recovery utility can restore lost iPhone contacts, call history, photos, videos, text messages, Kik messages, WhatsApp, Viber data, and many other missing files. However you lost them, Joyoshare can salvage them with 3 smart recovery modes.
Key Features of Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery:
Recover more than 20+ types of lost iPhone data
Provide preview function and selective recovery
Save your data from all possible data loss scenarios
Support almost all iOS devices and versions (iOS 12 included)