WRITTEN BY Tina ON June 10, 2015
There are many situations that might lead to contact loss when using your iPhone:
A. When you jailbreak you iPhone
B. When you need to upgrade iPhone to the latest iOS system
C. Restoring iPhone to factory settings
D. Your iPhone is broken or stolen or lost
No matter what have happened on your iPhone, how to recover contacts on iPhone is what you really care about. So, is there any way to restore lost iPhone contact? In fact, it is easy to solve this issue if you have synced iPhone to iTunes before which means that you’ve got a backup of your contacts. But preparing iTunes backup files is only the first step, what you need to do next is to choose a right tool like iPhone Data Recovery to help you extract the backup files.
iPhone Data Recovery is specially designed for iPhone users to scan and recover the data from iTunes or iCloud backup files. It also support users to recover lost data from iPhone directly without a backup. You can completely and quickly recover lost data with ease if you follow the steps one by one.
Install and run iPhone Data Recovery on your computer, and do not launch iTunes with this program at the same time. After you launch the program, please select ”Recover from iTunes Backup File” and click “Start Scan”. This program will start to scan immediately.
After scanning, all data will be displayed automatically on the computer. You are allowed to preview all of them one by one. Go to “Contacts” and “Only display the deleted items”, you can find all lost contacts back with ease. Finally, you can choose what you want, then click on “Recover” to save them on computer.
iPhone Data Recovery helps iPhone users to restore contacts with the help of iTunes backup files provided that they have synced iPhone to iTunes before. Besides, it also helps users to recover contacts by extracting iCloud backup files. All methods are safe and efficient as long as you use iPhone Data Recovery. With it, all lost data such as photos, text messages, videos, call history can be detected and restored regardless of the model of iPhone.