This how-to tutorial guide is written to help users extract, backup and recover data from bricked iPhone that stuck in a loop in Recovery Mode and refused to turn on.
What's Bricked iPhone?
The term of "Brick" suggests a non-working state of iPhone. When an iOS device turns brick, it may get stuck in a loop in Recovery Mode, do not respond to input, can not make phone call or just refuses to turn on. Most of the time, an interruption or error of iOS software update would brick iPhone.
How frustrating to have an iPhone that is useless as a brick! Fortunately, there are many guides online that teach users to unbrick their iPhones and most of which are really helpful. However, by fixing bricked iPhone usually leads to complete data loss on the phone's memory. And it's now a real big headache for most of iPhone owners. They're wondering if we can provide an iOS data recovery solution that can restore data from iPhone that is dead and bricked.
How to Extract/Backup/Restore Data from Bricked iPhone?
As we all know that repairing bricked iPhone would erase data completely off from your iPhone's memory, including contacts, messages, notes, reminders, camera roll photos and some app data. It's significant to learn an effective solution to extract data when your phone's dead and bricked that stops you accessing data in it.
EaseUS iPhone data recovery software is what you need. It's the best tool for you to pull up data from iCloud & iTunes backup. Now, download EaseUS MobiSaver for iOS and perform the bricked iPhone data recovery with the detailed guide behind.
To extract, backup or restore data from the bricked iPhone backup, please follow the steps carefully:
Step 1. Connect your bricked iPhone to computer and choose one recovery mode
Among the three recovery modes, choose "Recover from iTunes Backup" or "Recover from iCloud backup" on its main window. Then click "Scan" button to continue.
Step 2. Scan bricked iPhone backup file to find all data
Wait patiently until the app found and display all your data after finished scanning the iTunes or iCloud backup file. It may take a little while, just depends on the number of your iPhone files.
Step 3. Preview and restore data from bricked 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.
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