This ease in which photos are taken, stored and distributed have improved dramatically. Portable tablet devices, such as an iPad, have impressive built-in camera capabilities and the connectivity to share photographs with the world. This has encouraged many users, almost by default, to accumulate endless number of images – some of which hold personal value exceeding the worth of the tablet itself.
But unfortunately, the importance we place on our image archive is matched only by the distress caused by unexpectedly losing them all. And as users, this is a risk we underestimate all too easily and only take notice when it’s too late to act.
The good news, however, is that with the use of Enigma Recovery – a data retrieval software for iPad devices – the chances of recovering deleted photos are very high. It can scan your most recent iCloud backup and regain the photos which would have since been deleted from the device itself. This becomes very handy if physical access to the iPad itself is no longer possible – be it due to theft, misplacement or hardware damage.
For a quick glance into how the software works, please read the below instruction guide, including screenshots of the step-by-step process of recovering photos from an iCloud backup.
You Will Need:
- A laptop or computer with iTunes installed
- A previous backup to an iCloud to recover from
- Apple ID
- Full version of Enigma Recovery
Follow these steps