Recover Lost Data on iPhone and iPod Touch using iPhone Backup Extractor


Today we have something very amazing for every iPhone and iPod Touch owner. Dubbed iPhone, iPod Touch back extractor, this utility will let you to recover iOS backups in iTunes on your Mac. But if your iTunes data is encrypted and you are not using OS X lion then you are left in the cold. This app will also work with Leopard (Intel), Snow Leopard, Lion and on any iPhone or iPod Touch running iOS 5 or lower versions.

The best thing about this utility is that it is absolutely free of cost and it is very light as well. You can download it from Developer’s website. This utility will let you to extract backup in iTunes for any individual app and you can restore it using Phoneview. The best part about this app is that you can even get your Photos and Videos from Camera roll back.

How to use this application?

Go to the developer’s website and download your copy, Don’t forget to donate.
After downloading, copy this in ‘Applications’ folder, Launch this application. A window will be opened, Click on Read Backup and a list of all the backups present in iTunes will be shown.

Select the backup from this list, and hit the Choose button. A new list will be opened showing all the backup data for each app.

You will also find something really amazing here, iOS Files, this has all the Photos and videos from your iPhone.

For Lion users, you should use FileVault 2 to encrypt the User Accounts Library folder. And you don’t need to use the encryption provided by the iTunes.

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