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How to Recover iPhone Files from Yosemite Computer
iPhone Data Recovery (Mac) helps you retrieve your files easily. Besides, it enables you to preview and restore your delete iOS data onto your Yosemite. No matter what happen to your iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus content, lost because of phone water damaged, phone stolen or dead, and the like, it can help you get them back.
Below are 3 different ways showing you how to restore deleted iPhone content. Before that, you should download the below version for installing. Here we take Mac version as an example.
- Part 1. Directly Restore Deleted Files from iDevice
- Part 2. Retrieve iOS Information via iTunes Backup
- Part 3. Restore Lost Data via iCloud Backup on iPhone
At the beginning, connect your mobile to your Mac. Run the app and click “Start Scan” to have your iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus scanned.
Note: Make sure not to disconnect your iPhone while recovering, otherwise, your files will be unrecoverable.
Step 2 Check and Restore iOS Content
After scanning, you will see the data scanned as below. Tick off those you don’t want, then click “Recover” for saving them to your Yosemite.
Step 1 Choose your iTunes Backup to Recover
All the iTunes backup will be shown to you after choosing "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode. Just select the backup file that you want and click on the "Start Scan". Wait till the scan is end. You will see all the scanned result are displayed and you can preview and recover those data you want to recover. Tick them and click "Recover".
Step 1 Select Your Backup from iCloud
You are supposed to switch to the recovery mode from iCloud Backup File by iPhone Data Recovery (Mac). After logging in your iCloud account, select the backup file you want to download and scan the backup file after downloading.
Step 2 Restore Phone Data on Yosemite
You are allowed to preview all the files in iCloud backup file including content. Select data and tick those you want. Click “Recover” for data retrieving.
iPhone Data Recovery (Mac) supports iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus and almost any iDevice you can think of. In addition, other file types like apps, notes, video, music etc. can also be retrieved with one click. You can try iPhone Data Recovery (Mac) on your Yosemite to recover all them back. Even though you can easily restore lost data with this brilliant software, you'd better back up data from iPhone to Mac regularly.