Recover Photos from Broken iPhone
Aug 14, 2013
Posted by rebecca to iPhone Recovery
I like to take photos with my iPhone 4S, all my important photos and valuable memories are on it. One day, my phone got really hot. I dropped it on the floor. When I pick it up the back glass was completely cracked. I cannot turn on the phone. I tried to recognize it with my computer,but it is locked with passcode. As the screen will not come on at all for me to enter the code, I can not find a way to check my photos. Is there anyway to recover photos from broken iPhone?
So bad to hear about the story. It is happens that our iPhone got broken accidentally. The good news is the data on the broken iPhone is not smashed. You can still recover photos from broken iPhone. But if yours is other version of iPhone, you'd better have a backup on iTunes.
If you have backup your photos, you can easily recover photos from broken iPhone. First of all, get an iPhone data recovery tool. The tailor-made program can help you to recover data from your broken iPhone. To be more exact, it can recover Camera Roll Photos, Camera Roll Videos, Photo Stream, Contacts, Messages, Call history, Calendar, Notes, Reminder, and even Safari bookmarks from iTunes backups. It also supports other iPhone models and iPad, iPod Touch.
EaseUS MobiSaver is an Easy-to-Use yet completely iPhone recovery software that allows you to directly scan iPhone, or extract iTunes backup files to recover iPhone data like notes, text messages, call history, calendar as well as photo & video, no matter you're an iPhone 5, 4S, 4, or 3GS user.
2 Recovery Modes of EaseUS iPhone recovery software
- Recover directly from iOS device – One click to recover data directly from iPhone 5/4S/ 4/3GS, New iPad and iPod touch 4.
- Recover from iTunes backup – Recover data from any iOS device by extracting the previous iTunes backup
Tutorial on how to recover photos from Broken iPhone:
Note: Do not use the device when you take steps to recover photos from broken iPhone.
Regularly backup important data with iTunes in case data loss.