One of the Apple iPad's best uses is going to be as travel companion: It's lighter than a laptop, more fun and intimate to use, and great for beguiling time on a plane or train. iPad becomes indispensible gadget for the family and even in the business world. More and more people are saving and storing their critical data on iPad.
The popularity of iPad makes the issues about losing data on iPad very common: you may accidently delete the files on iPad; or get iPad lost or stolen; or reset your iPad mistakenly; or iPad get corrupted or OS upgrade causing data loss. If iPad data loss happened, what you can do is to find an effective solution to recover deleted iPad photos, notes, bookmark and other files. iTunes will automatically generate a iPad backup file when you sync your iPad with iTunes each time. However, this file is unreadable if you don't utilize a third-party program.
iPad Data Recovery is an excellent iPad recovery tool that can help you to scan and extract iPad backup file, and then preview iPad backup file and recover lost photos, notes and other information on your iPad. It works well with iPad, iPad 2, the new iPad (iPad 3), iPad 4, and iPad mini, as well as the latest iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display. This iPad backup extractor works for both Windows and Mac OS X.
What should you to do if you haven't ever sync your iPad with iTunes ever? Never mind, you can use Data Recovery for iPad to recover photos, videos, contacts, notes, calendar directly from iPad without backup.
Here is a tutorial about how to recover iPad step-by-step:
This iPad Recovery Software empowers you to preview the iPad backup file as long as you have synced your iPad with iTunes before. Select the file you need to utilize for iPad Recovery and click "Start Scan".
Within seconds, all your files can be recovered on your iPad are listed by categories: Messages, Photos, and Notes. It is flexible to select call history, contacts, notes, messages, etc. under each type by ticking the box in front of file type, or select particular files by ticking the box in front of each file one by one. And then click "Recover" to begin iPad data recovery.
Navigate a folder on your computer to save recovered files in the next popup.
Done, it is extremely easy. By the way, iPad Mini recovery and the iPad 2 recovery is the same as above. When you want to recover lost data on iPad after iOS 6 upgrade, iPad recovery will be a good help.
To recover deleted files from iPad directly, you need to download another program -- iPad Data Recovery. Then connect your iPad to your computer. To recover data on iPad Air, Mini with Retina Display, 4, 3, mini and 2, you can direclty go to Step 2 for scanning.
If you're using iPad 1, you will be guided to enter iPad DFU mode. Click "Start" and then press "Home" and "Power" button at the same time. Hold for about 10 seconds (the program will count it for you). After 10 seconds passing, release "Power" and keep pressing "Home" for another 10 seconds.
Then you will enter the DFU mode, click "Start Scan" on the interface of the program.
After scanning, all the files on iPad are listed in categories. You are allowed to preview all deleted iPad photos, notes and more before iPad data recovery. Select the ones you need to recover. Click "Recover" and specify a location on your computer to save the recovered iPad files. Then hold "Home" and "Power" button until the Apple logo appears to exsit DFU mode.
If your iPad has trouble to respond or if it continuously restarts, you can put iPad in recovery mode. Recovery mode is useful for troubleshooting the iPad's software and lets you restore your device from within iTunes. A restore erases all your iPad's data and restores the iOS operating system to its original state. However, you can transfer any saved data back to your iPad as long as you created a backup.
Step 1: Disconnect the USB cable from iPad, but leave the other end of the cable connected to your computer's USB port.
Step 2: Turn off the device. Press and hold the "Home" and "Sleep" buttons on your iPhone at the same time until your device screen goes black.
Step 3: While pressing and holding the Home button, connect the USB cable to your iPhone. When you reconnect the USB cable to iPad, the device should power on.
Step 4: Continue holding the "Home" button until you see the "Connect to iTunes" screen. When this screen appears you can release the Home button.
Step 5: If necessary, open iTunes. You should see the following "recovery mode" alert window.
Step 6: Your iPad will now enter into recovery mode. Use iTunes to restore the device. If you don't see the "Connect to iTunes" screen, try these steps again.
Step 1: Hold down the "Home" and "Sleep" buttons together until iPad shuts off.
Step 2: Press the "Sleep" button to turn on your iPad.
Restoring iPad from older backups will cause loss of your current iPad data. If you want to restore iPad from iTunes backup selectively and safely, just try this iPad Data Recovery Software.comments powered by Disqus