Restore iPad Mini Photos

How to Restore deleted or Lost iPad Mini Photos

Did you ever deleted photos from your iPad mini accidentally? Don't worried!

iPad mini becomes broken, a Virus attack and the occasional absent-minded deleting of photos? Whatever the reason is, iOS Data Recovery can help you recover the data.

iOS Data Recovery (for Mac users) or iOS Data Recovery (for Windows users) can be the solution to all your problems. It enables you to perform iPad mini photo recovery by extracting photos from iTunes backup of the device.

Download the free trial version of iOS Data Recovery to have a try! How let’s take iOS Data Recovery (for Windows users) as an example to see how to recover lost photos from iPad Mini.

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2 Steps to restore lost or deleted Photos from iPad Mini easily

Step 1: Download and run iOS Data Recovery and extract photos from your iPad mini’s iTunes backup

Download. install and launch iOS Data Recovery (for Windows users), you will get an interface of the program as below. This program will display iTunes backup files of all iOS devices that have synced with your computer.

You just need to check the backup of your iPad mini and click”Start Scan”.

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Step 2: Preview recovered photos and save them to local

After the scan, contents inside iTunes backup will all be extracted and showed in categories as the image below shows.

You can click “Camera Roll” category on the left to preview details of the found photos. In the end, select photos you want to recover and click “Recover” button to recover and save them to local folders.

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Note: The trial version allows you to extract photos from iTunes backup and preview them before pay for the recovery.

Now, download the free trial version to have a try!

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