Have you participated for the famous Ice Bucket Challenge (or the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge sometimes we call)? As a meaningful activity dumping a bucket of ice water on someone's head to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, it arouses great attention and donations to charity. Many people have recorded the Ice bucket challenge videos with iPhone (like the Ice bucket challenge of celebrities, Obama,) and gonna to upload them to YouTube or Facebook. But what if you accidently deleted the videos? Can you recover the lost Ice Bucket Challenge Video from your iPhone?
Few Ice Bucket Challenge video recovery software can get back your deleted videos, but iPhone Data Recovery succeeds in Ice Bucket Challenge video recovery. Lots of iPhone users have tried it and reviews are quite good. This professional tool offers 3 recovery modes to undelete your Ice Bucket videos, including the ones taken with your iPhone camera or downloaded from YouTube/Facebook or other resources.
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From the feedback of users, most of you have no backup files for the Ice Bucket Challenge videos. It doesn't matter, though. As long as you have iPhone Data Recovery available on your PC, you can recover the missing Ice Bucket Challenge videos from iPhone without backup files. Here is how:
If you have ever synced or backed up your iPhone with iTunes, you should have a backup file stored on computer. But the backup file is unreadable. The simplest way to recover Ice Bucket Challenge video from iTunes backup file is to try iPhone Data Recovery.
Not many of us choose to back up iPhone videos to iCloud, but you can try iPhone Data Recovery to extract all the data from iCloud backup file to see if you have the lost Ice Bucket Challenge videos. No private data will be leaked since iPhone Data Recovery will never keep records of your iCloud account.
Some users just follow suit to participate for this Ice Bucket Challenge activity and don't know how to do. In fact, there are rules: within 24 hours of being challenged, participants have to record a video of themselves in continuous footage.
The one who you call out can choose to donate, perform the challenge, or do both varies. The participant is expected to donate $10 if they have poured the ice water over their head, or donate $ 100 if they have not.