Recently, my 7-year-old daughter deleted important photos on my iPad running iOS 10.3. I only knew about it a few days later when I was looking through my gallery. All those photos were important to me and I want to get then back as soon as possible. Looking for a solution online, I have discovered that this is a common problem for many iPhone users. Can anyone help me get my photos back?
There are very many solutions available on different websites and on the Apple forum It can be difficult to know which solution would be ideal. In this article, we will list four of the most effective solutions for you to try.
Part 1 Check Your "Recently Deleted" Folder On iPad
If you accidentally deleted some photos on iPad and want to get it back, You can check the "Recently Deleted" folder. Open Photos App and tap on Album at the bottom. Find "Recently Deleted" folder and check if the accidentally deleted photos are there.
Part 2 Recover Deleted Photos from iPad Without Backup
If you didn’t have a backup for your deleted photos you can get them back using iMyFone D-Back iPad data recovery on Windows or iMyFone D-Back iPad data recovery on Mac. It is a professional data recovery program that can help you recover data from the iPad directly, from an iTunes backup file or from an iCloud backup file.You are also able to use the program to recover the data lost after updating to the latest iOS 10.3.
Professional iPad Data Recovery Software
- Four recovery mode: Smart Recovery, Recover from iOS Device, Recover from iTunes Backup and Recover from iCloud Backup.
- Extract data from iTunes backup and iCloud backup without overwriting existing data which is a truly awesome feature.
- Preview the recoverable data such as such as contacts, text messages, WhatsApp messages, Skype messages, call history, notes, calendar etc.
- It supports all iOS devices and all iOS versions including iOS 10.3.
Steps to Recover iPad Photos Without Backup with iMyFone D-Back
Step 1: Install the program to your computer and then select “Recover from iOS Device” and click “Start”.
Step 2: Choose the type of file you want to recover. In this case, choose “Photos” and then click “Next.” Connect the iPad to the Computer using USB cables and click “Scan” once the program detects the device, click “Scan.”
Step 3: Once the scanning process is complete, all the photos on the device will be displayed in the next window. Select the ones you want to recover and click “Recover” to save them.
Part 3 Recover iPad Deleted Photos from iTunes Backup
You can restore data through iTunes, if you make backup of your data regularly and your deleted photos should be in the backup file. There are 2 available options for you: fully restoring your iPhone to the most relevant backup or extracting the deleted photos from iTunes backup using iMyFone D-Back.
1 Fully restore iPad from a relevant iTunes backup file
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer and run iTunes on your computer.
Step 2: Click iPad icon in iTunes.
Step 3: Check the date of your last iTunes backup and simply click Restore Backup.
2 Extract photos from an iTunes Backup selectively via iMyFone D-Back
iMyFone D-Back can also help you extract photos from iTunes backup. Follow the instructions below.
Choose Recover from iTunes backup to start the process and select file types.
Choose the most relevant backup from list and click next to move on.
D-Back will start to scan your local iTunes backup file and display all the photo files on your iTunes backup. Choose the deleted photos and click recover to export photos to computer.
Part 4 Recover iPad Deleted Photos from iCloud Backup
1 Fully restore iPad from a relevant iCloud backup file
Before start, ensure that you have a relevant iCloud backup to restore from.
Step 1: Go to Settings > General > Reset on your iPad, then choose “Erase all content and settings.”
Step 2: From the apps Apps & Data interface, choose Restore from iCloud Backup, then login your iCloud account.
step 3: Choose a relevant iCloud backup from a list of available backups in iCloud.
Step 4: Follow the prompts to set up your iPad as a new device.
Note: Your existing data will be erased and backup data will be restored.
2 Extract photos from an iCloud Backup selectively via iMyFone D-Back
Step 1: Choose “Recover from iCloud Backup” from the main window and then click “Start” to begin.
Step 2: Choose the type of file you want to recover (in this case photos) and then click “Next” to continue.
Step 3: Sign in to your iCloud account to allow the program to access the iCloud backup files on your account.
Step 4: Select the iCloud backup file that contains the missing photos and then click “Next.”
Step 5: wait for the scanning process to be completed (it shouldn’t take too long) and then preview the results to select the deleted photos. Click “Recover” and then iMyFone D-Back will save the recovered photos to your computer.