Updated post: originally published on Mar 6th, 2015
Find Lost Data
There are three solutions for iPhone data loss. Whether you have a baby iPhone 8, an aging iPhone 6, or an old iPhone 4, you can recover your data here. Each solution will give you access to the areas where lost iPhone messages, contacts, calls and other files, are stored.
Easy data recovery
Data recovery solutions for iPhones and other iOS devices are available although not highly publicised. After an item is deleted from your phone it is still stored in the iPhone’s internal database. The internal database of an iOS Apple device can be extracted to reveal deleted and lost files. This can be done through an easy to use third-party software. With the click of a button Enigma Recovery completes your iPhone file recovery. It can find deleted:
During the scan of your device a copy of your iPhone’s database is made. The files are then presented in a readable format in the software, with the possibility of exporting and saving your data to the computer.
The right solution for you
Enigma Recovery is compatible with all iOS devices running 6.0 and higher. It can guarantee 100% no damage to your iPhone as you connect your phone the computer and the awaiting software. The first option you have to recover your data is to recover straight from your iPhone. If your phone is lost missing, stolen or broken, you can recover deleted data from a previously made backup file. If you made a backup of your device in iTunes or iCloud before deleting your data it can be recovered through a scan of your iPhone backup. All three options are listed below
How to recover deleted files from iPhone
Here is the data recovery tutorial for your iPhone:
Step 1 – Download and install Enigma Recovery
Step 2 – Trust Computer
Connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB. Trust the computer with your phone if the notification appears on your iPhone.
Step 3 – Scan iPhone
Step 4 – View recovered data
The scan may take some time, depending on how much data is on your device. After the scan is complete, click onto the varying data tabs to view your recovered data.
Step 5 – Export data
To save recovered files to your desktop, select: ‘Export & Restore’ > ‘Export to desktop’ > Select folder ‘Browse’ > ‘Export’.
How to recover deleted files from iTunesStep 1 – Download and install Enigma Recovery
Download Enigma Recovery to your desktop computer or laptop and open the software to the start screen.Step 2 – Select iTunes backup
Select the ‘Recover from my iTunes’ option. Then choose the backup file you would like to recover from.Step 3 – Scan backup
Select the data types you would like to retrieve and proceed to scan your backup file. The scan may take some time if your iPhone backup contains a large amount of data.Step 4 – Export data
Choose your most recent or relevant backup to restore to your iPhone. All the iPhone data from your previous backup will now be transferred to your iPhone replacing the current data.
How to recover deleted files from iCloudStep 1 – Download Enigma Recovery
Download Enigma Recovery and install to your laptop or computer. Now open the software to the start screen.Step 2 – Select iCloud backup
Select the ‘Recover from my iCloud’ from the options on the side.Step 3 – Log in
Log into your iCloud account to begin the data scan process. The software enables a two-factor authentication login process to offer an optimal, secure log in. The software will not retail or save you login details during this process.Step 4 – Select backup
Once you have logged into your iCloud account, the software will display all the backup files found that you can retrieve data from. Select a backup file you’d like to scan.Step 5 – Scan backup
Choose the data types that you would like to retrieve from your iCloud account. Now start the scan by clicking ‘Start scan’.Step 6 – View retrieved data
After the scan has finished, you can view your retrieved iPhone data in the different data tabs.Step 7 – Export data
You can and save data to your computer through the Export option. To do this go to: ‘Export & Restore’ > ‘Export to desktop’ > Select folder to save data in ‘Browse’ > ‘Export’.