"My iPhone 4 went completely dead yesterday. It wouldn't take a charge, nothing worked. It just died. I took it to the Apple store and they pronounced it dead. But I had some family pictures and videos resided on the phone, is it possible to get them back? Do I still have a chance to restore data from dead iPhone?"
There are lots of people who ask how to restore data from dead iPhone. Actually, when your iPhone is dead, the most important thing is to save your data from the dead iPhone. But how can you solve such a difficult problem?
To restore data from dead iPhone, you need use a third-party program, which can help directly scan your iPhone or iTunes backup file and get data on it. If you don't have a choice yet, here we recommend you EaseUS MobiSaver Free. It can help you recover data including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, notes, and more from iPhone with simple clicks. Now you can download EaseUS MobiSaver and follow the below steps to start your dead iPhone data recovery job.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS MobiSaver Free and connect your dead iPhone to computer.
Choose "Recover from iOS Device" or "Recover from iTunes Backup" on its main window. Then click "Start" button to continue.
Step 2. Scan the iPhone or iTunes backup to find the lost data.
Wait patiently until the app find and display all your data after finished scanning the iPhone or iTunes backup file. It may take a while, just depends on the number of your iPhone files.
Step 3. Preview and restore data from the dead iPhone.
You can click any type of files on the left side to preview all the found files one by one. Then mark those files you want and click "Recover" button to get all of them back once. Here you need to specify a safe folder on the computer to save all the recovered data.
The above guide can help you get all your data back from your dead iPhone as well as iPad and iPod Touch for free. And you can also use the software to transfer pictures from disabled iPhone when your device is dropped to the ground or into water or failed to start after iOS upgrade or jailbreak failure. Just have a try!