iPhone 5 Data Recovey - Recovery from iPhone 5

"Now Compatible with Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.10, iTunes 12.2, iOS 9, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus"

The iPhone 5 is the first iPhone with 4inch screen and at the same have a thinner and stretched out body. It is the 6th generation of iPhone following the iPhone 4S. It is powered by new A6 chip that is powerful than its previous iPhone 4S. It is the first phone with 4G LTE support. It is a masterpiece- slender, thinner body and long battery life. It has a fingerprint and scratch resistant coating. It contains an aluminum based body which is lighter and thinner. With its cool look it is now ruling over its fans. Data loss from iPhone is very disaster for it users. We store many files like songs, videos, notes, songs on our iPhone 5. Reasons behind data loss are many like mistaken operation, failure upgrade, system corruption, factory resetting, etc. losing your important and memorable stuff are very disappointing. We usually didn’t find any way to get out this problem. How to get the lost data back? iPhone 5 Data Recovery can easily retrieve and restore the data files from iPhone device, no matter what are the reasons behind the data loss such as mistakenly deleted, data lost due to factory setting or system update failure. You even get back the lost messages, reminders, call history, calendar, contacts, notes, and safari bookmark from your device. Get this recovery tool to recover the lost or deleted data back in your device.

How to recover data from iPhone 5 ?

iPhone 5 Data Recovery is Professional software that allow users to retrieve deleted notes, photos, call history, SMS and other file from iPhone 5.

Below you have the detailed steps and guide on how to recover data from iPhone5.

Part 1: Recover Data Directly from iPhone 5.

Step 1 - Connect your iPhone 5 to the computer.

Attach your device with your computer using data cable and execute the program to get the interface shown below.

Step 2 - Enter DFU mode to scan the device.

Follow the below steps to get into the DFU mode before scanning the device for lost data.
  • Hold the device and click 'Start' button in the software interface.
  • Then hold 'Power' and 'Home' buttons on your device at the same time for exact 10 seconds and then hold two buttons immediately after step 1.
  • After passing 10 seconds, release the 'Power' button right away but keep holding the 'Home' button. Afetr 10 seconds, you will be informed that you have successfully entered into the DFU mode and you can release the 'Home' button now.
  • Once the above process is finished, the software will begin to scan your device automatically for lost data.

Step 3 - Preview and perform selective recovery of data.

After scanning your device this tool display the data in categories like photos stream, camera roll, photos library, contacts, call history, message attachments, messages, calendar, reminders, notes, voice memos and safari bookmark. You can preview full contents of the lost data one by one.

To recover some selected file mark them and press ‘Recover’ button to restore it. But in case of complete recovery then just mark all of them and click 'Recover' to save them on the computer in just one click.


Part 2: Recover Previous Data from iTunes Backup

In this recovery mode you can effortlessly restore your previous data by extracting iTunes backup. Through this method, you can find your previous data that you failed to recover directly from the device.

Step 1 - Select iTunes backup file to scan.

To execute step 1, execute the program and select the "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode.

In this step you can see many iTunes backup file of previous sync iDevices with iTunes. Now select the backup you want and click 'Start Scan' to begin iTunes backup extracting.

Step 2 - Preview and recover previous data.

After the completion of scanning process, all your data backed by iTunes will be appeared in categories which you can preview one by one before recovery.

After that you can mark and recover the selective data you want or you can mark all by pressing "Recover" button at the bottom.


Part 3: Recover Previous Data from iCloud Backup..

This recovery enables you to preview and recover all data in your iCloud backup. Therefore, don’t backup your device with iCloud directly when you find data loss.

Step 1 - Choose the recovery mode and Sign in your iCloud

After finishing Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS, select the recovery mode of “Recover from iCloud Backup Files” on the top. A new window will appear below and enter your account and password to login.

Note: Wondershare never keep a record of any Apple account info or content during the process.

Step 2 - Download and scan your iCloud backup

The program can find all iCloud backup files in your account when you logged into iCloud. Choose the one option where you are going to recover data and click on the “Download” button. Then in the pop-up, you can choose the type of files you would like to download. By doing so, the time taken in downloading the iCloud backup files will be reduced.
After completing this process, you can now scan the iCloud content. Click on the “Scan” button to begin. This process will take some time.

Step 3 - Preview and recover whatever you want from the iCloud backup

The scan process will be complete in a few minutes. Now you can preview almost all data in your iCloud backup file such as photos, messages, contacts and more. Select the item you want to recover one by one and then click on the “Recovery button” to save them on your computer. If your iDevice is connected to your computer with a USB cable during the recovery process then messages, contacts and notes can be directly recovered to your iDevice.


Files Supported:

Photos Camera Roll Messages Contacts
Call History Notes Calendar Reminders
Voice Memos Safari Bookmarks SMS Attachments Videos
WhatsApp Photo Library Voicemail Photo Stream
App Photos App Video App Documents

Also See Guide Contents:

Recover Files Directly from iPhone 5 Devices on Mac . Recover Previous Data from iTunes Backup of iPhone 5 on Mac Recover Previous Data from iCloud Backup of iPhone 5 on Mac