iPhone Photo Recovery - Best Photo Recovery
Author: emily | Publish Time: 2011-04-09 | Category: Utility
More and more people become iPhone fans these days. As a fan of iPhone, have you ever met some of the problems below?
- Delete photos by pressing the "Delete All" button by mistake.
- Use iPhone taking many photos, but all or some can't find.
- Recover photos from formatted iPhone.
If you want to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone, I suggest you use iPhone photo recovery (Win & Mac). IPhone Photo Recovery (Win & Mac) is comprehensive photo recover software for any Digital photos that allows users to recover deleted photos from iPhone, moreover, you can recover music and video files from basic format to high-end raw image formats for most popular professional digital photo camera like Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus and Minolta which includes JPG, JPEG, TIF, TIFF, PNG, BMP, GIF, CRW, CR2, NEF, SR2, SRF, ORF, MRW. iPhone photo recovery quickly locates and restores deleted or lost photo, music and video files that other photo recover, iPhone photo recovery software could never find.
With the help of this powerful iPhone photo recovery software, you can easily recover deleted pictures from iPhone, recover deleted photos from iPhone, iPod and digital camera, as well as various memory cards with only a few steps.
Guide: How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone on Mac & Windows Step by Step
Step1: Download & Install iPhone Photo recovery tools
Mac iPhone Photo recovery tool & Win iPhone Photo recovery tool recovers lost and deleted digital photos, music, and video files on Mac & Windows. It supports both Intel and PowerPC based Macintosh and is an Apple Universal application supporting recovery from IDE / ATA / SATA / SCSI hard disk drives, SD Cards, CF Cards, XD Cards, Memory Sticks, external Zip drives, FireWire and USB hard drives.
After the installation, lauch iPhone Photo recovery tool. The main panel shows like this:
Step2: Selecting the drive
The local and the external drives that are detected with iPhone Photo recovery tool. Select the hard drive that you connected as slave, and click the Next button to proceed to the next step.
Step 3: Selecting file types
On clicking the Next button, a new window pops up. The various types of photo files, audio files, and video files are displayed, as shown in the figure below. You can select specifically, the file types you wish to recover, or select all the file types, if you wish to recover all the media files, based on your requirement.
Note: By default, all the photo, audio and video files are selected for recovery. You can disable this feature, by clicking the Deselect all button.
Step 4: Scanning in Progress
After selecting the file types, click the Recover button, to start to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone. A new window displays, the progress made in the recovery process, and also lists the number of files that have been found. You can use the Show selected file types option, to display the file types you selected in the previous step.
Step 5: Recovered files and folders
Once the scanning process is completed, the recovered media files are grouped together and listed in their respective folders. Clicking any of the folder displays, the recovered files of the respective file type, under that folder,
Step 6: Preview window
Once the files are recovered, you can select a particular file, and click on the View button, to preview the image.
Step 7: Save the files
The last step is to save all the recovered media files to a destination drive. You can select specific files for saving, or, click on the Select All button, to select all the files that have been recovered.
Click the Save button, and select the destination drive, onto which you want the files to be saved. You can also use the Save scan info button to save information about a particular scan task.
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