Sometimes, you may face such a troublesome situation where you must to restore your iPhone via iTunes. It is OK when you have synced your iPhone with iTunes backup. You can choose to restore your iPhone with the previous iTunes backup. But, if you have no backup files, you can only restore your iPhone to Factory Settings. Then you will lost your data on iPhone. In this case, you need a way to recover iPhone data after restore without backup.
Actually, recover iPhone data after restore without backup can be quite easy or extremely difficult. It all depends on whether you have a powerful iPhone data recovery software or not. EaseUS MobiSaver is just the right tool that can help you recover iPhone data after restore without backup as easy as you want. Next, let’s learn the detailed guide about how EaseUS MobiSaver help you recover iPhone data after restore without backup.
Step 1. Connect iPhone to computer and run EaseUS MobiSaver
Run EaseUS MobiSaver and connect your iPhone to computer with USB cable. Choose "Recover from iOS Device" and point the mouse to your phone when the software recognised it. Then click "Start" button. The program will scan your iPhone to find all the data.
Note: If your device is iPhone 4/3GS, iPad 1, iPod touch 4, the software will prompt you to follow the below two steps to enter into scanning mode. You can also click Skip and Continue button to get into next step.
Step 2. Preview and recover iPhone data after restore without backup
Wait until EaseUS MobiSaver finish scanning your iPhone, all the data on the device can be found and listed in well-organized categories on the left. You can click one type to preview and select out the files you want to export. Finally click "Recover" button to selectively retrieve and export them to your computer.
Just follow the above steps to recover iPhone data after restore without backup with ease. As I know, there are many users get their precious pictures lost after restore iPhone without backup. So here are guide about how to recover iPhone photos after restoring to factory settings. You can click to read if you are interested in this topic.