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How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone 6 Plus/6

Old 04-28-2016, 01:34 AM
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Default How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone 6 Plus/6

Accidentally deleted photos on your iPhone, and want to get them back eagerly? It's not a big deal now. With a right way, you can still retrieve them with original quality. Free iPhone 6 Data Recovery (Windows & Mac) lets you recover deleted photos from iPhone in 3 ways: directly recover from iPhone, recover from an iTunes backup file and recover from iCloud backup file. Check detailed solutions below.

Important things you should know:
1. For people whose iPhone stuck in white screen of death or recovery mode while upgrading iPhone to iOS 8, you don't need to restore photos from iPhone now! All you need is to check how get lost iPhone data back. For sure, after learning the ways, your iPhone will be turned into normal mode.

2.If you lost photos from your iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus or any other iPhone running in iOS 8, you should tap Photos app and go to Recover deleted photos on iPhone 6 directly. If they are there, you can restore them right away. If there are not there, you should follow the ways below to recover your iPhone 6 lost photos.

This is iPhone 6 Data Recovery for Mac is a professional and easy-to-use iPhone 6 photo recovery software. By using this software, users can easily recover contacts, messages, photos, videos, notes, call history, WhatsApp and more from iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus directly. Also, this tool empowers you to restore iPhone 6 lost files by extracting data in iTunes backup, provided that you have available iTunes backup. Just download the free trial version of this iPhone 6 Data Recovery and click here to learn the detailed steps to recover deleted contacts from iPhone 6 step by step.
Old 11-17-2016, 08:37 AM
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In order to retrieve deleted photos from iPhone directly, you can use a third-party tool for help. iPhone 6 photo recovery provides you a best function to scan iPhone internal memory and find the deleted iPhone photos, it maybe can get photos back. If you make a iTunes backup before, you can right-click on your device and press ‘Restore from backup…’, choose the latest backup and proceed. For iCloud backup, go to Setting > General > Reset > Erase All Contents and Settings, and then click "Restore from iCloud Backup". .
how to recover deleted photos from iPhone 6
Old 05-15-2018, 04:46 AM
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The new iOS system *** a "Recently Deleted" folder in album, the delete photo and video will store in there for 30 days, so you can check it after you deleted data and recover deleted photos from iPhone. else yo can try the iPhone data recovery program, it can extract your iTunes or iCloud back or directly recover from iPhone directly.
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Old 11-04-2018, 01:41 AM
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I know a program called iPhone Data Recovery. It can scan your iPhone deeply to find the deleted and lost photos for you. You can preview them before recovering. Learn how to recover deleted photos from iPhone here. Besides photos, you can also recover messages, videos, contacts, call history, notes, reminders, calendars, voice memos, voicemail, safari bookmarks, Whatsapp messages, music, books and other document files from your iPhone.
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