How to Free Recover Deleted iPhone Video
Can I Recover Deleted iPhone Video
"Oh gosh, I deleted the video of my son I took on his third birthday! How can I make such a stupid mistake! Is there any method to get deleted iPhone video back? I don't want to lose this precious memory. HELP!!!""
Since unexpected iPhone data loss always happens, we can see the issue above can not be a rare experience for iPhone users. But you don't have worry about that too much, there is still a good chance to recover deleted iPhone video as well as other data like pictures, messages, notes if you find a powerful iPhone data recovery tool.
Simple steps to free recover deleted iPhone video
You may know that when you sync your iPhone with iTunes, the software will generated automatically a backup file for your device called sqlitedb on your computer, but you are not allowed to view or copy that files out of iTunes directly. A professional iPhone data recovery software can help you access and extract the videos from the .sqlitedb backup file with no hassle. EaseUS MobiSaver Free is such a tool that you can rely on. Next you can download it and follow the below steps to get back your deleted videos.
Step 1. Choose an iTunes backup file to extract
Launch EaseUS MobiSaver Free and choose "Recover from iTunes Backup".
Choose the iTunes backup file for your iPhone and click "Start" button.
Step 2. Scan the iTunes backup to find the deleted videos
Wait patiently until the app find and display all your data after finished scanning the iTunes backup file. It may take a while, just depends on the number of your files in the iTunes backup file.
Step 3. Preview and recover deleted iPhone video
Click "Photos/Videos" on the left side to preview all the found video files one by one.
Mark the video files you want and click "Recover" button to get all of them back once.
Specify a folder on the computer to save all the recovered videos.
If you don't have iTunes Backup files, you can also try to get back the lost iPhone videos by directly scanning iPhone.The operation is almost the same with recovering from iTunes Backup. The only difference is that you should choose "Recover from iOS Device" option instead of "Recover from iTunes Backup" in step 1.
Note: You'd better power off your device as soon as possible and don't sync it with iTunes after you find that your data is lost, because these operations can efficiently increase the chances that you regain your lost data.