Recover lost iPhone contacts, photos, videos, SMS, music and more data from iTunes backup files.
Lost or broken your iPhone? Mistakenly deleted something important? Lost some data after iOS upgrades? iPubsoft iPhone Backup Extractor is a simple Windows application that can extract from iPhone 3G/3GS/4/4S/5/5S/6/6 Plus/7/7 Plus iTunes backup files. It is quite useful for recovering lost or deleted contacts, SMS messages, call history, photos, videos, audio files and other data that might otherwise be inaccessible.
- Fully support all iPhone, iPad and iPod models.
- Essential to recover all types of iPhone data by extracting iTunes backup files.
- Built-in Preview function enables you to view and select the exact files you want to recover.
- Easy to use with 100% success rate.
- User Guide
- Tech Specs
How Can I Extract iPhone Data from iTunes Backup Files?
iPubsoft iPhone Backup Extractor can quickly extract and restore lost files from the backups iTunes automatically makes of your iPhone in only 3 steps. Let's check out for the details:
Step1: Scan for iPhone backup files
Free download and install the program on your computer. Run it and you'll get a list of the devices that you ever synced with iTunes on your computer. Just highlight the iPhone that you want to recover data from iTunes and click the "Start Scan" button to find all the backup files.
Step2: Preview and select data to extract
After performing the deep yet quick scanning, all found data will be displayed in categories. Select the file type and then choose the files you want to recover. By the way, the program offers the Preview function that you'll be able to preview all found files in thumbnails.
Step3: Start to extract iPhone data
Check whether you have checked all the data you want to restore, then, you can press the "Recover" button to extract all the selected files from iTunes backups.
Kindly warning: iPubsoft iPhone Backup Extractor supports all iDevices series. But once you found files lost on your iPad, iPhone or iPod, do not connect and sync your iOS device with iTunes again. Otherwise, the backup file, including your lost files would be overwritten and it will be too late to use any recovery program.
Support All iOS Devices
Fully supports recovering lost data for all iOS devices, including iPhone 7/7 Plus/6/6 Plus/5S/5/4S/4/3GS, iPad 1/2, The new iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch/Classic/Shuffle/Nano.
Recognize Overall File Types
The iPhone Backup Extractor can recover iPhone contacts, messages, pictures, call logs, videos, voice memos, music, notes and other data from iTunes backup files.
Recover from All Situations
It is useful when you lost or broke your iPhone, accidentally delete iPhone files, failed iOS upgrade or sync, or you just want to see what's in your iPhone backup.
Preview before Recovery
The program allows you to preview and check the photos, videos, contacts, messages and other files previously before you start the recovery.
The program performs the safe recovery without interference on any original data. No spyware, malware, or adware.
Easy to Recover Files
With simple user interface, the iPhone backup extractor provides fast data and file extraction with a simple click of a mouse.
- Supported OS: Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP/2008(R2)/2003(R2)/2000/NT (32bit and 64bit)
- Processor: 1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above
- RAM: 256MB RAM (512MB or above recommended)
- Free Hard Disk: 10 MB of free space
Supported File Types: Extract all contacts, videos, audio files, SMS messages, notes, calendar events, call records, reminders, voice memos and Safari bookmark for your iPad, iPhone and iPod from iTunes backup files.
Supported Devices: iPhone 7/7 Plus/6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS, iPad 1/2, The new iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch/Classic/Shuffle/Nano.
Are You Interested in It?
iPubsoft iPhone Backup Extractor is rightly for the people who accidentally delete iPhone data, or lost their iPhone, iPad or iPod and need to retrieve back the data urgently. Or those who have been unfortunate to lost data due to a failed iOS update. Why not download it and have a look?