No doubt, we all love our data and often perform backup to safeguard it. This is because, at times when iOS crash, firmware update failed, or app updates fails might pose arisk to your valuable data. You can avoid that if you have backed up your iPhone. But you may now wonder how to check if iPhone is backed up properly just to double make sure about that. In this article we have explained how to check if iPhone is backed up and the additional tips for you to extract and restore the device data as well. Keep reading to know more.
You can easily check whether your iPhone is backed up or not. Both iTunes and iCloud would show you whether you have recently backed up your iPhone data or not. They may even show you the last backup along with backup time. But you may need to delve into iCloud settings to figure out the backup time.
Well! Now that you have checked that the iPhone is backed up already, you can view and extract data from the backup file. For such activities, the safest way for your is undoubtedly - FoneGeek Backup & Restore (iOS) (iOS 14 supported). It not only exports more than 20 data types, but allows you to preview the data as well. You can also selectively back and restore your iPhone. You can separately restore any data from FoneGeek backup depending on your requirement.
Here is the guide to extractdata from the backup file after you have checked that iPhone is backed up.
Step 1: Install the latest version of FoneGeek Backup & Restore (iOS) software on your PC and launch it. Now, hit the "Backup & Restore" tab from the left panel and connect your iPhone using a lightning cable.
Step 2: A list of available backups will be displayed on FoneGeek interface. From the list of backups you can select FoneGeek full backup and then tap "View". It will initiate the scanning the backup file.
Step 3: Once the backup file gets scanned, preview the backup files data and select the specific files you want to extract or tap on "Select All" if you want to extract all. Laslty, tap "Export to Computer" for exporting the data to your PC.
By Joan J. Mims
Posted on Dec 12, 2020, 08:13:41
Joan J. Mims is interested in researching all tips about iPhone, iPad and Android. He loves to share useful ideas with all users.