How to Restore iPad from Backup File
For those who want to recover his/her iPad data, as long as you have synced your iPad with iTunes, there is a chance for you to restore them. Even though you didn't make a backup when your iPad broken, iTunes can automatically generate a backup for your iPad when you sync with it. Well, it means that you can get your lost contacts, pictures, notes, videos, etc. from your iTunes backup file.
As we know, iTunes backup is not a common file and you can't read or use it directly. If you want to get back your lost data, you need to extract and save them on another device. iPad Data Recovery as an iPad data extractor, which can help you get your lost data back from your broken/dead iPad.
This iPad Data Recovery program empowers you to preview and recover the deleted or lost data from iPad 1, iPad 2, The new iPad, iPad with Retina display and iPad mini, including contacts, pictures, notes, videos and calendar, etc.
Download the trial version below to have a try now.
How to Recover iPad photo, contact, video, message, etc from Backup File
Step 1. Launch the program and Scan backup file
Note: To avoid the lost data overwritten by the new data, not to connect and sync your iPad with iTunes.
There are three recovery modes that you can select: "Recover from iTunes/iCloud Backup File" and "Recover from iOS Device". To extract and recover iPad from backup, select the "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode. Then the files will be presented with the device name, serial number and syncing time. Select your iTunes backup file for your iPad and click "Start Scan" button.
Step 2. Extract and Recover iPad data from backup
When the scan is over, all the contents in the backup file (camera roll, photo stream, contacts, messages, calendar, notes, videos, etc.) will be extracted and preview. You can check one by one and mark the ones you want and click "Recover" to recover and save your data on your computer.
Note: To avoid losing your iPad data again, do remember to backup files on your computer well.
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