Have you ever encountered data loss to your Verizon iPhone? This might happen when you mistakenly press "Delete" button, upgrade iOS or jailbreak Verizon iPhone, or worst of all, your Verizon iPhone is lost. Well to prevent data loss from iPhone, the best way is to backup Verizon iPhone or in another word, transfer Verizon iPhone data to PC, and you will have a copy of iPhone contacts, photos, call history and other files in your computer.
Wanna try Verizon Backup Assistant? If you are using the latest iPhone 5s and 5c, give it up. Moreover, the free verion offers limited space. The entry-level 500MB plan is free, while 25 GB are available for $2.99 per month, 75 GB for $5.99 per month, or 125 GB for $9.99 per month.
Someone choose to backup with iTunes, it is quite easy, however the backup file is a kind of SQLITEDB file which is not readable on your computer. You need to sync it back to your iPhone to make the files readable. It is hopeless if you lost your device and need to restore data from backup.
For iCloud backup, it only only offers 5 GB free space for us to save backup files. You will have to pay for the extra space. As a result, many more people now choose to transfer Verizon iPhone to PC so that the important information is kept safe in their computers.
There is ultimate software to backup Verizon iPhone. That is iPhone Data Recovery. Don't get confused by its name. It can backup Verizon iPhone contacts, photos, safari bookmark, messages and other iPhone contents to PC. It's quite interesting that you can backup your Verizon data even though your device is lost or severely-damaged. The condition is you have a iTunes backup file. Of course, like other similar utility, you can use this software and initiate backup after you connecting your iPhone. Here are the steps.
As I menthed above, you can select "Recover Data from iTunes Backu File" if you need to backup or retrieve lost data on Verizon iPhone. The steps are similar: Scan - Preview - Recover.
It is no doubt that backup Verizon iPhone from time to time is a good habit to prevent data loss.comments powered by Disqus