Are you trying to jailbreak iOS 9.3 on your new iPhone SE? Do you need reliable solutions to help you protect iPhone SE data and jailbreak iOS 9.3 without losing any day? EaseUS software will make it clear and easy for you to understand how to effortlessly jailbreak iOS 9.3 and protect iPhone SE data.
In order to protect your data in iPhone SE or other iDevices, it’s highly recommended for you to backup iPhone SE or iDevice data before jailbreak iOS 9.3. You can either choose to backup iPhone data with iTunes or to backup iPhone data to iCloud.
Backup to iCloud:
Connect iPhone SE with WiFi, tap Settings > iCloud > Backup > Tap Backup now.
Be sure that the iCloud Backup is turned on and then all you need is to wait patiently for the backup process to be finished.
Backup to iTunes:
1. Update iTunes firstly and open it. Connect iPhone with PC.
2. Click File > Devices > Transfer Purchases to save what you’ve downloaded from iTunes Store or App Store.
3. After this, Tap File > Devices > Back Up
Choose wanted files and data that you need to backup and tap Backup Now.
Though it seems that Apple leave no accesses for users to jailbreak their iPhones and other iDevices with iOS 9.3, hackers still find a way for jail-breaking this new system.
There are two major ways to jailbreak iOS 9.3 that users can turn to Cydia or use Pangu for iOS 9.3 jailbreak.
No matter which way do you choose to jailbreak iOS 9.3, backups are necessary.
If you don’t want to lose any data, do remember to restore your backups from iCloud or iTunes. When you finish the iCloud or iTunes recovery process, please check whether all your backups have been restored completely.
If your text messages, photos or other data are not restored thoroughly back to your iPhone, you may need professional iPhone data recovery software for help. Here you can try EaseUS MobiSaver for rescuing all your backups and lost data after iOS 9.3 jailbreak.
Step 1. Download and launch EaseUS MobiSaver on your PC. Connect iPhone SE with it.
Choose recovery mode: "Recover from iTunes Backup", "Recover from iCloud Backup" and sign in iCloud.
Step 2. Scan the iTunes or iCloud to find out all the backups.
Choose backups in your iTunes or iCloud and click Scan.
It may take a while, just depends on the number of files in your iCloud or iTunes.
Step 3. Preview and recover backups from iCloud or iTunes to PC
Preview and Mark the files that you want and click "Recover" button to get all of them back once.
Specify a folder on the computer to save all the data to your PC.
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