iPhone records and stores precious life moments and memories by photos. Accidental loss of photos brings you more than just the loss of the photos themselves. You may feel extremely frustrated when encountering below issues.
Many other unexpected accidents can also result in iPhone photos loss. If you have saved the backup of the photos in advance, you will get them back easily. However, the photos is sometimes likely to get lost before they are copied and stored safely. Is there any way to get them back again? Of course there is a way. Just an iPhone photo recovery freeware can help you make it for free.
EaseUS MobiSaver Free is an iOS data recovery tool that can help you get lost photos back from iPhone/iPad/iPod touch for free. It works for iPhone 5s/5c/5/4S/4/3GS, iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina display, The New iPad, iPad 2/1, iPod touch 4/5. You are allowed to recover up to 12 types of files including video, imessages, call history, SMS, notes, etc with this efficient iPhone photo recovery software. Now,it's time to learn the detailed steps to free recover iPhone photos after syncing with iTunes with EaseUS MobiSaver Free.
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 lost photos
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 iPhone photos after syncing with iTunes
Click "Photos/Videos" on the left side to preview all the found photo files one by one.
Mark the photo 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 photos.
Congratulations! Now you have successfully retrieved all the lost photos from your iPhone! No matter you want to view them on your computer or transfer them to your iPhone, it's all up to you!