iOS 8.2 is about to be released and usually, when it comes to updating to iOS 8.2, there are always data loss problems such as contacts, photos, notes and other data. Last time, I have wrote an article about top 3 iOS Data Recovery to recover lost contacts after update to iOS 8.2 and today, I want to show you how to recover photos from your backup files after you update to iOS 8.2. Keep reading in case you need it.
It is always necessary to have a full and complete backup for your iPhone/iPad before update to the new iOS 8.2, for accidents happen frequently and accidentally. If you have an iTunes backup file, there are greater chances to get the lost data back.
In order to recover photos from iTunes backup after update to iOS 8.2, you need the help of a third party software, also named as iOS Data Recovery. As you may have known that such software can not only recover the deleted data like contacts, messages, notes and more from your iOS devices, but also retrieve data like photos, videos, notes, contacts and other data from iTunes or iCloud backup files. Pretty powerful.
Of course, there are amounts of such iOS data recovery tools like Dr Fone for iOS, PhoneRescue, iFonebox, Aiseesoft FoneLab and so on. Among the mentioned software, Dr Fone, PhoneRescue and iFonebox are fully compatible with iTunes 12.1. So if your iTunes version is the newest, you can choose one of the three to extract photos.
How to recover photos from iTunes backup after update to iOS 8.2?
The first thing you need to is to download and install one of such software. All have free trial version and you can read here to learn more about those software.
The operation process of such software is quite convenient. After installation, run and then choose Recover from iTunes Backup. Next, such software will scan the data from iTunes backup files. Next, you can preview before recovery photos from iTunes backup. That’s it, the whole process.
Some screen captures
iFonebox–Fully compatible with iTunes 12.1. Plus, it can be used to recover the deleted photos if your iPhone or iPad is iOS 6 or lower. The interface looks more classified sorted by date.
FoneLab–This software shows the detailed information of your photos like size, date, place and more.