Can you recover photos from water damaged iPhone? iPhone water damage is definitely a nuisance for all of us. Luckily, there are 3 best ways available for us to recover photos from water damaged iPhone, including the pictures from camera roll, photo library, photo stream of your device. And you can also try the methods to get back any other important files.
Try to keep your iPhone into a good condition. This will help you find back the precious files from the water damaged iPhone. Here are some tips you should notice, and you can check to see more details in the article iPhone Water Damage.
iPhone Data Recovery (Windows version)is the preferred choice when recovering photos from water damaged iPhone (the Mac version iPhone Data Recovery for Mac works on Mac on OS X). It is fully compatible with iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 4. Any iOS files like iOS 7.1, iOS 7, iOS 6 will be quickly found back from your dead-brick or broken-screen iPhone after falling into water. It offers 3 options for photo restoration from water damaged iPhone:
Download and install the right version of iPhone Data Recovery on your computer. The Windows version is on Windows 8.1/8/7/XP/Vista, and Mac version on Mac OS X 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6.
You can also undelete photos from water damaged iPhone via iTunes backup file if you have one. All the inaccessible and unreadable files will be recovered into their original readable formats.
If you have backed up your iPhone with iCloud before the iPhone is water damaged, you can restore iPhone photos from iCloud backup.
If you have no iPhone backup files, such as iTunes backup or iCloud backup, try to connect the water-damaged iPhone to computer. When iPhone Data Recovery successfully recognizes your iPhone, you can try the mode "Recover Data from iOS Device" to recover camera roll from water damaged iPhone without backup.
Within a few seconds, all photos will be recovered onto your computer with iPhone Data Recovery. And you can share the photos with any devices, including the iOS devices, Android devices, Blackberry phones, and more.