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Olee otú iji naghachi-ehichapụ Photos si iPhone

Ẹdọhọ: M na nso nso a nwetara ihe iPhone 4 ma e ji obi ụtọ snapping efep. Otú ọ dị, M ihichapụ ibu foto site mmeghe nke na-achọghị ka ihichapụ. M ime ihe ọ bụla backups via iTunes dịghịkwa Photostream ma ọ bụ ihe ọ bụla dị ka. Ya mere, ihe m nwere ike ime iji nweta foto m azụ.

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Ẹdọhọ: I just synced over 2,000 photos from my camera roll on my iPhone 5S (na-agba agba na iOS 8) to iPhoto on MacBook Pro Snow Leopard. When the prompt asked to delete photos on phone, I clicked yes. The application wasn’t working after a while so I force quit. When I launch iPhoto again, the photos were not there and half the photos on my camera roll were gone. When I try to sync iPhoto with my iPhone, it says 0 foto. How do I recover them?

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Photos are not actually deleted

After you deleted photos on your iPhone, they are not gone, just you can’t see them. They are still be somewhere on the phone. And Apple doesn’t want people to access the data of deleted pictures. So we need a third party iPhone Data Iweghachite ngwá ọrụ.

Njikọ:
Olee otú iji weghachite ozi ederede site na iPhone
Olee otú naghachi furu efu kọntaktị site na iPhone

Gị Ntị Biko!
Before we start to recover the data, you should notice these:

  1. Nịm gị iPhone n'ime ọnọdụ ofufe ma ghara iji ya ruo mgbe i nwere ike ịhụ ndị na-photos;
  2. Adịghị mmekọrịta gị iPhone na iTunes, iCloud ma ọ bụ ndị ọzọ na-atọ ndị ọzọ ngwaọrụ, na-ezere "Ehichapụ photos" a ga-overwritten site ọhụrụ data.

6 ụzọ naghachi-ehichapụ foto site na iPhone

Here we introduce 6 ways to recover the lost or deleted photos from iPhone. Biko gụọ ha na-ahọrọ otu nke nwere ike ịbụ adabara gị ugbu a ọnọdụ. N'oge mgbake usoro, pụrụ ịdị anyị mkpa iTunes ma ọ bụ iCloud ndabere.

  1. Extract photos from iCloud backup using iPhone Backup Extractor software
  2. Extract photos from iTune backup with iPhone Photo Recovery tool
  3. Recover deleted photos directly on the iPhone
  4. Retrieve deleted photos directly from iCloud (Free)
  5. Restore lost photos from iTunes backup (Free)
  6. Weghachi ehichapụ photos na iPhone na-agba ọsọ iOS 8 (Free)

Usoro 1: Extract photos from iCloud backup using iPhone Backup Extractor software

This method is applicable to the case of people lost their photos but have an iCloud backup. Especially for those who lost their iPhone but want to get the photos back. It is suitable for all iPhone generation that running iOS 5 ma ọ bụ mgbe e mesịrị, including the latest iPhone 6 na 6 Plus.

Please download and install the iPhone backup extractor software before following the steps.

Nzọụkwụ 1: Choose the recovery mode and Sign in your iCloud

After installed the iPhone Photo Recovery, ime na-agba ọsọ usoro ihe omume ma họrọ mgbake mode nke “Recover from iCloud Backup Files”, wee tinye gị Apple ID na paswọọdụ nbanye. The program would not keep the records of your account, password or content at any time during your sessions.

wepụ foto site na iCloud

Nzọụkwụ 2: Download and analysis your iCloud backup

When you logged into iCloud, the program will list all iCloud backup files in your account. Choose the most recent one and click Download, and then choose the type of files you would like to download, click -Abia n'ihu to continue. Mgbe, ị nwere ike iṅomi ndị iCloud ọdịnaya. Pịa na Malite iṅomi button to begin. It will take you some time, Biko chere rue scanning usoro okokụre.

wepụ foto site na iCloud

Nzọụkwụ 3: Preview and recover the photos you want from the iCloud backup

The scanning will last a few minutes. Once stops, ị nwere ike ịhụchalụ niile data gị iCloud ndabere faịlụ, like contacts, ozi, foto, notes and more. Lelee ha na nne Mmetụta ndị ị chọrọ. Mgbe ahụ, pịa Naghachi button to save them on your computer. Ihe omume ga-akpali ma na ị chọrọ ka ndị natara kọntaktị, ndetu na ozi azụ gị iPhone ma ọ bụrụ na e jikọtara ya na kọmputa gị n'oge mgbake usoro.

wepụ foto site na iCloud


Usoro 2: Extract photos from iTunes backup with iPhone Photo Recovery tool

This method is suitable for those who backed up their iPhone with iTunes. If you have lost your photos, don’t have your iPhone around. Or your phone was stolen. You want the photos back. So please look at here, we will introduce how to extract the iTunes backup file and found the photos you want. First download the iPhone Photo Recovery tool. It has Windows version and Mac version, please make sure download the right one.

Nzọụkwụ 1: Choose your iTunes backup and extract it

Run the program and switch to the mode of “Naghachi n'aka iTunes ndabere File”. Then all your iTunes backup on your computer will be found and listed. Select the one you want and click “Malite iṅomi” to extract it.

wepụ foto site na iTunes ndabere

Nzọụkwụ 2: Preview and recover previous data

After a while, all data in the backup file will be extracted and displayed in categories. It contains deleted and existing items on your device. To separate them, please turn on “Only display the deleted items”. You can preview them and tick those photos you want. Mgbe ahụ, pịa “Naghachi” button. The contacts, notes and messages can be directly recovered to your iPhone if you keep your iPhone connected with your computer during the recovery process.

wepụ foto site na iTunes ndabere


Usoro 3: Direct scan and recover deleted photos on the iPhone

This method only applies to iPhone 4 na iPhone 3GS. If you don’t have iCloud backup or iTunes backup of your iPhone, or your backups are out of date, then the last method is to using iPhone Data Recovery software to scan the iPhone directly and try to find them. Please download and install the software first.

Nzọụkwụ 1: Jikọọ iPhone iji PC maa usoro ihe omume

Connect your iPhone 4/3GS to the computer, ma na-agba ọsọ nke usoro ihe omume. You’ll see the main window as below. Switch to the “Advanced Mode” through the button at the lower-right corner.

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You will be asked to follow the 3-step introduction to enter device scanning mode. The program will ask you to download a plugin before entering the iPhone device scanning mode.

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Nzọụkwụ 2: Malite iṅomi usoro nke na-achọ nke furu efu foto

After you click the “Malite” button, and follow the steps to enter the device scanning mode. The program will analysis your iPhone for the lost data.

iphone foto mgbake

Nzọụkwụ 3: Previu ma napụta ndị ehichapụ foto site na iPhone

Mgbe ịgụ isiokwu, niile hụrụ data na-egosipụta na-achị gị, ị nwere ike ịhụchalụ foto site na họrọ igwefoto tụgharịa ma ọ bụ foto Stream. Tick those you want to get back and click “Naghachi” izoputa ha na kọmputa gị.

iphone foto mgbake

Cheta na: Photos chọtara ebe a juputara na-ehichapụ ya ma nakwa na ẹdude omume ka nọ iPhone. Ọ bụrụ na ị na-achọ ịhụ ehichapụ foto, slide na bọtịnụ n'elu ikewara ha: “Only display the deleted items.”


Usoro 4: Retrieve deleted photos directly from iCloud (Free)

This method applies to all iPhone generation running iOS 5 ma ọ bụ mgbe e mesịrị. If you lost photos just after backed up with iCloud. You can restore from iCloud backup directly.

Dị ka ihe atụ, you just deleted some photos by accident, but you have backed up the iPhone with iCloud yesterday and didn’t take any photo after that. Then you can restore those photos from the backup directly. Or You got your iPhone stolen, but want to get your photos back. If you have other iOS device like iPad, you can login your iCloud account on it, and restore the photos from the iCloud backup. The photos would be downloaded to your iPad. Here are the steps.

1. Gị iOS ngwaọrụ, go to Settings > General > Software Update. If a newer version of iOS is available, follow the onscreen instructions to download and install it.

2. Make sure you have a recent backup to restore from.
On your iOS 8 ngwaọrụ: Gaa na Ntọala > iCloud > Nchekwa > Manage Storage, then tap a device listed under Backups to see the date and size of its latest backup.
On your iOS 7 ngwaọrụ: Gaa na Ntọala > iCloud > Nchekwa & Ndabere > Manage Storage, then tap a device listed under Backups to see the date and size of its latest backup.

3.Gaa na Ntọala > General > Tọgharịa, then tap “Erase all content and settings”.

ihichapu niile ọdịnaya na ntọala

4. In the Setup Assistant, proceed to “Set up your device”, tap Restore from a Backup, then sign in to iCloud.
5. Proceed to “Choose backup”, then choose from a list of available backups in iCloud. Then the data in the backup file would be restored on your phone.

weghachite iphone si iCloud nkwado ndabere na mpaghara

Cheta na: Tupu weghachi si iCloud ndabere, you’ll have to erase all the content and settings from your iPhone. You may lose your new data and settings.


Usoro 5: Restore lost photos from iTunes backup (Free)

This method is applicable to all iOS device. If you didn’t disable the automatic sync option in iTunes, it will create a backup every time you synched your iPhone with your computer. You can easily retrieve the photos with those backups.

1. Jikọọ iPhone na kọmputa nwere gị ndabere faịlụ.
2. Run the iTunes. Ijide n'aka na ọ bụ ọhụrụ version nke iTunes.
3. Mgbe iTunes ghọtara na gị iPhone, pịa weghachite ndabere button, or choose File > Ngwaọrụ > Weghachi site na Back elu. Ọ bụrụ na ị na-eji iTunes 10.7 ma ọ bụ tupu, right click the device from the list and choose Restore from Backup.

weghachite iphone si iTunes ndabere

Cheta na:
1. You should always keep your iTunes backup up to date. Or you may lose your new data and settings since the iPhone would be fully erased and go back to the previous status.
2. E nweghị ụzọ ka ịhụchalụ ọdịnaya ndabere, and you can’t choose to recover part of them. This is the point that I think iPhone Backup Extractor does better than iTunes.


Usoro 6: Weghachi ehichapụ photos na iPhone na-agba ọsọ iOS 8 (Free)

Ndị ọhụrụ iOS 8 has a new function on Photo app. You may found there are two new folders named “Recently Added” na “Recently Deleted” under Albums. Dị ka aha ya na-atụ aro, the photos you just got is in the “Recently Added” folder while the other folder “Recently Deleted” temporarily keeps the photos you have recently deleted. Ya mere,, ma ọ bụrụ na ị dị nnọọ ehichapụ gị foto ma ọ bụ ihe oyiyi site na mberede, ị nwere ike mfe naputa ha. Tap into the “Recently Deleted” folder and choose the one you need. Ekem enweta “Naghachi”. The photos would be moved to its original place.

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  • Frank

    M na Tenorshare iPhone data mgbake、Ọ arụ ọrụ dị ukwuu