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How to Recover Deleted Photos and Videos on iPhone

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Athryn Mitchell

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I am a photography fever but have no professional camera. Luckily, I own an iPhone, which is equipped with a high-pixel camera and built-in HDR mode that can capture better photos. I captured hundreds of pictures as well as some funny videos during the trip to London. However, my two-year-old girl accidentally deleted all the items when playing my phone. Can I get them back? How can I perform?
This is not only Emma's problem, but all iPhone users' since it is quite common to lose iOS files. However, with iPhone Data Recovery, it is easy to tackle.


iPhone Data Recovery works on Windows and Mac PC, helping iPhone 6 Plus/6/5s/5c/5/4s, etc. You can directly get back your lost pictures and movies when they are deleted. What's more, with iTunes and iCloud backup, you can retrieve your files even when you lost your phone. Can't believe your eyes? Download one and have a try.

System Requirements:
Windows OS: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP (32 bit or 64 bit)
Mac OS: Mac OS 10.10 / 10.9 / 10.8 / 10.7



Part 1: Directly Restore Pictures and Videos from iPhone
Part 2: Restore Deleted Pictures and Movies via iTunes Backup
Part 3: Retrieve Deleted Pictures with iCloud Backup

Part 1: Directly Restore Pictures and Videos from iPhone

Step 1. Connect iPhone to PC
Open iPhone Data Recovery on your Windows/Mac PC. Then connect your Android phone to the computer using the USB cable. When the device is connected, please click the "Start Scan" button to scan iPhone data.
FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery
Step 2. Scan, Preview and Regain Photos and Videos
Wait for a while when the program is scanning the files in your iPhone. Do not interrupt the progress before it is finished.
When it is done, click "Camera Roll", "Photo Stream", "Photo Library", "App Photos", and "App Videos". They will be orderly listed so you can preview them in details. Note that names of deleted items are red. Then you can selectively mark the ones you want and click "Recover" to get them back. Retrieved files will be stored in your PC.
Scan Photos and Videos

Part 2: Restore Deleted Pictures and Movies via iTunes Backup

Step 1. Scan iTunes Backup File
Select the mode "Recover from iTunes Backup File". Then you can see all the iTunes backup files in the table. Mark the one containing your wanted files and then click the button "Start Scan". After that, the program will instantly scan all the files in your iPhone.
Scan iTunes Backup File
Step 2. Preview and Retrieve Lost Images and Videos from iTunes Backup
When scanning is completed, you can view the scanning result, including the category, amount of the backup files, and deleted files. Then select "Camera Roll", "Photo Stream", "Photo Library", "App Photos", and "App Videos" from the left column. This will expand all the contents on the window. Then tick the items you want and click "Recover" to restore them.
Retrieve Lost Images and Videos from iTunes

Part 3: Retrieve Deleted Pictures with iCloud Backup

Step 1. Log in iCloud
First, select the mode "Recover from iCloud Backup File". You will be required to sign in to iCloud. Input your Apple ID and the according passcode.
Log in iCloud
Step 2. Select File Types to Scan
When you have the pop-up as the screenshot show, you can select the file types you want to restore. Highlight "Camera Roll", "Photo Stream", "Photo Library", "App Photos", and "App Videos" in the menu. Then click "Next" and enable the program to scan all the files in the selected category.
Select File Types to Scan
Step 3. Preview and Retrieve Photos and Videos from iCloud
Select the items containing your wanted files at the left. Then you can preview all the files. Selectively choose items you need. Then click "Recover". All selected data will be restored.
Preview and Retrieve iCloud Photos and Videos
That's all. If you do not have a backup, turn to mode 1. If your iDevice is lost or damaged, turn to iTunes or iCloud backup files.



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