Here is the problem:“I’ve had a very long chat with Apple Support and they don’t seem to know the answer. My voice memos are important and are above 30MB so emailing isn’t an option. I first synced my memos to my iTunes as usual (music doesn’t sync with the library, bear in mind) and expected all my memos to appear, however they didn’t. They appeared in the “on my device section” but I couldn’t play them as the exclamation point appeared. Under Apple’s instruction I updated to the new iTunes, and now the previous memos don’t even appear in the “on my device” section. They said it’s likely to do with iOS 8. The memos I want were created in iOS 8. And now they’ve randomly been duplicated on my phone so I have two of each? So after this iTunes update, I made a new memo, which again was duplicated, but now appears in the “on my device” part. What do I do to put the memos onto my computer somehow? I really need them! iPhone 4S.” A very long post I read from Apple community. Obviously, this user was bothered how to put voice memos from iPhone to computer. Voice memos plays an important part in our daily life. When we have a meeting, you don’t have to take more notes, just turn on voice memos and it will do that for you. When you have… Read More »
“Hello! I do not have my iPhone 5, but I do have an old iPod 4G, a PC running Linux and Windows XP, and iTunes with backups of the iPhone. My questions is, can I view photos, apps, texts, and other data without the physical iPhone? For example, could I use an emulator and iPhone… Read More »
When a file you need is gone, all you need to do is to get it back as quickly as possible. Delete your iPhone/iPad contacts, messages, notes, etc, by accident? Don’t panic. There are dozens of iOS data recovery like iFonebox, Fone Lab, Dr Fone, Fone Reacue, etc, to help you recover these data. To get the important iOS data back is no longer a problem. But here is the question: since there are dozens of such kind software, which one is the best? I cannot give you an accurate answer about which one is the best to help you. What I can do is to test these software and make a conclusion for you.I have picked out two software according to its recovery function to test: iFonebox and Dr Fone. Which one is better? Please keep reading. As we all know that Dr Fone and iFonebox are all powerful iOS data recovery. Both of them are as easy as 1-2-3. Here, I want to make a comparison between the two from the following aspects.The main aspects of the comparison: Speed. After launching Dr Fone, there are two steps to scan your iOS devices. First it will analyze your device and then scan your iOS devices. Analysis process took about 2 minutes and scanning process took about 4 minutes. While iFonebox directly scan your iOS devices. Thus, Dr Fone takes longer than iFonebox. Accuracy. According to the test result, take contacts as example, the number of scanned contacts is much more than iFonebox. But after I check with the test iFoneone, I found that there are too many repeated contacts after Dr Fone scanning. Plus, one person will have 3 or 4 contacts and you need to make sure which one is. iFonebox doesn’t have this problem. Find out more detailed information from the attached form. Transferring function. The two iOS data recovery now both supports transfer notes, contacts to your iOS devices directly. But Dr Fone is more powerful. It can transfer your messages to iPhone/iPad directly now. Maybe in the next version, iFonebox will fix this issue. Photo recovery. Now the new version iFonebox is supportive to deleted photos recovery. All the recovered photos are in bmp format. But it is only limited to iOS 6 or lower iOS system. While Dr Fone cannot do that. The common problems: Of course, iFonebox and Dr Fone are not perfect. Some problems still exist. The message problem is the common problem of the two iOS data recovery. Both have the mixture message problem. Some messages are split and some are belonged to other contacts. Besides, at present, neither of them can recover all safari bookmarks. Maybe we can look forward to the next versions of them. After reading this article, which one is better for you? PS: the detailed form:
“Photos were accidentally deleted from my iPhone. How can I recover deleted iPhone photos? Any help is appreciated.” I dare to say most iPhone users have been bothered by such kind of accident. Sometimes, you just deleted an important story with a memorable story and you want to recover it desperately. At present, I don’t… Read More »
“I have a iPhone 3GS and all my contacts are on my phone both personal and business. I need to transfer all of those to my PC so I can transfer them into my new iPad2. However I’m not able to do so, it does not give me the option of transferring my contacts from… Read More »
Are you still bothered by how to recover your iPhone deleted pictures? Some pictures are valuable memories of an unforgettable experience. But here we have great news to those who want to recover their iPhone deleted photos. Auntech has released its new version 184.108.40.206 of iFonebox and this new version supports to recover the thumbnails… Read More »
“My father gifted me an iPhone. But everything is shared with his iCloud account. i don’t want to share my data… but i don’t know his password…. so i can not change the settings…. How can i change the settings/ remove the account from my phone? iPhone 4, iOS 5” How to remove iCloud account without… Read More »
Some people asked me such a question: “Where are the iTunes backup files stored on my windows computer? ” I cannot make sure if you have the common problem. Most Apple users always choose to backup their iPhone or iPad via iTunes, but they just have no idea about where the iTunes backup folders are. Don’t worry. It is easy to handle this problem. This article will show you different ways to find iTunes backup folders for iPhone or iPad. Just read on.