May 20

iPhone Photo Recovery-Simple Tricks That Help to Recover Photos from iPhone

I deleted all of my iPhone photos by mistake a few days ago. I tried every possible ways I could thought to recover deleted photos from iPhone. Somehow, I managed to brick my iOS device and despite several hours of effort I was unable to unfrock it and finally had to restore to a fresh firmware in iTunes. My last sync wasn’t recent so, I had lost all of my photos along with the other data present on the device.

I had a backup of the iOS device on my laptop so nothing else really bothered me, but the photos were something I just wasn’t willing to give up on. Hours and hours of Goggling followed by another 12 hours of trial and error finally led to the successful recovery of all my deleted photos.

Today, I’m going to show you how to recover iPhone photos with iPhone data recovery software.

My dilemma prompted me to write this guide for all of our readers who might have come across similar situations, but I wasn’t able to really proceed with it since I lacked screenshots to supplement the guide with. However, I will try to keep the process as clear and straightforward as possible, so you may attempt to follow this tutorial and recover your lost memories (from the iOS device only, of course).

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First of all, you need to download iPhone data recovery program on your PC and install it. Then connect your iPhone to the computer, and run it.

Second step, enter DFU mode and scan iPhone. To do iPhone data recovery, you need to get into DFU mode before scanning as below steps, note that you can find these steps on the screenshot of the program.
1. Hold your iPhone and click “Start” button.
2. Pressing “Power” and “Home” buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds.
3. After 10 seconds, release “Power” button, but keep holding “Home” for another 10 seconds.
When you are successfully entered the DFU mode, it will auto scan your iPhone.

The last step, it will shows all your iPhone data on the program after minutes scanning, choose the category to preview the detailed content. Choose the files you need to get back and click “Recovery” button to save them on your computer. That’s all for iPhone photo recovery!

Please Note: If you want to recover lost data from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, stop using it immediately! The more you use your iPhone, the lesser the chances of data recovery due to overwriting.

May 09

Looking For iPhone Data Recovery Solution? Here You Go!

It’s not strange for iPhone users to lost data by accident, and it is nothing serious when meet such thing, for so many data recovery in the market could work out, however, almost all of them are not free. And today, I learn a free way from forum Modmyi without spending any money about iPhone data recovery, though it is a little old, it worth to have a try, and it really help me to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5 . Here are the details:

What you’ll need:
– Jailbroken iPhone
– BSD Subsystem and OpenSSH installed on your iPhone
– Terminal (or MobileTerminal) installed on your iPhone
– An SSH server installed on your computer (mine is running Ubuntu 7.10 with OpenSSH)
– The ‘DD’ utility installed on your computer (this should be pre-installed on most Linux systems)
– Your iPhone’s IP address
– Your computer’s IP address

First, make sure that your iPhone and computer are on the same LAN. You can try to ping your computer from your iPhone (using Terminal) and vice versa, just to make sure they can see each other on your LAN. For example:
Next, you’ll want to make sure that you can SSH into your computer from the iPhone. To do that, open Terminal on the iPhone and enter:
ssh <username>@<computer-ip>
<username> = Your user name on the computer.
<computer-ip> = Your computer’s IP address on the LAN.

If that worked, the next step to retrieve deleted pictures from iPhone you should be prompted to enter a password for <username>. If the connection times out, then you need to make sure that you have the SSH server running on your computer and make sure that port 22 (the default SSH port) isn’t being blocked by your router’s firewall.

Once you know that your iPhone and the computer are talking to each other, open Terminal on the iPhone and run the following command to begin transferring the iPhone’s “disk” image to your computer (be sure to run this as root using ‘su’):
NOTE: Make certain that your iPhone’s screen lock is disabled first. If the screen lock comes on, it will kill the SSH connection. Also, you’ll want to connect your iPhone to its charger. This transfer can take a while.
dd if=/dev/disk0 | ssh <username>@<computer-ip> ‘dd of=iphone-dump.img’
The above command will create a “disk” image of your iPhone (named “iphone-dump.img”) on your computer. Feel free to use a different name or a different destination directory. For example: ‘dd of=/home/username/iphone-dump.img’.
Also, be sure that you don’t mix up the “if” (input-file) and “of” (output-file) in the command above. Doing so could wipe-out your iPhone.
After the process has completed and the iPhone’s image file has been saved to your computer, you can use a program like any iPhone data recovery to recover iPhone photos, recover iphone call log and more data.

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Besides, a Youtube tutorial for you to learn more about iPhone data recovery knowledge-