In some instances, it is necessary to perform a factory reset of your iPhone or iPad, as follows:
– iPhone/iPad display freezing
– iPhone/iPad affected by virus
– iPhone/iPad cannot be detected by or appear in iTunes
– iPhone/iPad cannot sync with iTunes on PC or Mac
– iPhone/iPad won’t turn on and does not respond to button press
– Hand over or sell old iPhone/iPod in order to upgrade
Restoring iPhone/iPad to original factory defaults is likely to fix the above problems, but the downside is that all your data and information stored on the device will be lost, including songs, videos, contacts, photos, and calendar information. Therefore, it is necessary to backup important content before proceeding to restore your iPhone/iPad. However, what if you set your iPhone/iPad to factory settings by mistake and lose your data without an available iTunes or iCloud backup?
“I restored my iPhone 6S last night because I was having issues. I want to restore it from backup, but it wouldn’t sync with iTunes for some reason. Is there any way to recover iPhone data after factory reset?
Fortunately, the answer is yes. All you need is a professional iPhone/iPad data recovery software.
How to Get Data Back after Restoring iPhone/iPad
Jihosoft iPhone Data Recovery is such a tool for users to recover iPhone/iPad data after factory settings restore. It can recover lost contacts, text messages, call logs, WhatsApp chats, photos, videos, and notes directly from iPhone or iPad without backup. If you have a recent iTunes backup, you are allowed to selectively extract data in the backup with the program. The excellent tool is also capable of recovering data from water damaged iPhone/iPad.
- Download and install this iPhone/iPad data recovery software on your computer. Then run it.
- Connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer via USB cable and click the “Start Scan” to continue.
- After the scan, all found files are displayed in the scan result. You can preview them in details.
- Mark those you want and click “Recover” to recover iPhone/iPad data after factory settings restore.