iOS Data Recovery stands out from a large quantity of iPhone recovery tool. It is an excellent one because it recovers iPhone SE/ 6s/ 6s Plus/ 6/ 6 Plus, iPad Pro/ Air 2/ mini 4 lost files well with simply two or three steps. You can recover contacts, text messages, photos, videos, notes, bookmarks, voice memos, and something like that. It provides you with three different recovery modes: To directly scan your iPad for lost data, to recover your iPhone lost data from iTunes backup file, to recover from iCloud backup file.
To go further and know the detail about how to recover your iPad files, you will be suggested to download the free trial version of iPhone Data Recovery on your computer and see what the program ask you to do as below.
Below, I will list you two tutorials respectively for you, one for recovering iPad data on Windows after factory settings restore , the other for recovering iPad data on Mac after factory setting restore.
- Part 1. How to Recover iPad Data in Windows After Factory Settings Restore
- Part 2. How to Recover iPad Data on Mac after Factory Settings Restore
After downloading and installing iPhone Data Recovery on your Windows, launch it, and you will see the interface as below. Choose the recovery mode of "Recover from iTunes Backup" and choose the correct file from which you want to recover iPad Pro/Air 2 data from. After you finished choosing, you can click "Start Scan" in the bottom right corner.
Step 2 Preview and Recover iPad Files
After scanning, all the files that were stored in your iPad will be displayed in categories. You can preview them one by one and mark down those you want and click "Recover" and save them on your computer.
Step 1 Launch iPhone Data Recovery and Scan iTunes Backup File
For Mac users, launch iPhone Data Recovery for iPad and follow the steps below. Select your phone model for your lost data and connect your device to your Mac. Then you can choose the iTunes backup file of your iPad Pro from which you want to recover your lost files. Then, click "Start Scan" to detect all the data that stored in your iPad.
Step 2 Preview and Restore iPad Files
After scanning, you can preview all contents that stored in your iTunes backup. Preview them one by one and you can decide which files you want to recover and which not. Mark down those you want and click "Recover" once you finish choosing.
Note: In order to prevent from losing your data accidentally, you can use "Recover from iOS device" on the top of the software to backup your iPad data first. It's now compatible to both Windows and Mac versions. It can help you scan your iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4 directly and save the data on your computer before resetting your iPad to new.