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You lost data on your iPad because it went into recovery mode and you did the restore? Or you accidently deleted some importantly photos, videos, or contacts on your iPad (iOS 9)? Keep your shirts on. Whenever you find that you've lost some important data on your iPad, there is a chance for you to get them back if you try the iPad recovery software : Dr.Fone - iPhone Data Recovery.
Whenever you find you've lost or deleted some data on your iPad (iOS 9 supported), please stop using your iPad right away. The moment you delete files on your iPad, these files not disappear right away, but stay on your iPad, waiting to be overwritten by new data. If you continue using your iPad, then it's very likely you'll make these deleted files gone forever. And the next, find a computer nearby and follow one of the methods below to recover lost data from iPad.
Dr.Fone - iPhone Data Recovery offers you 3 recovery modes to retrieve deleted or lost photos, videso, contacts, and more on iPad. You just need to download Dr.Fone on your computer and follow one of the following solutions to learn how to use this iPad data recovery software (available for iOS 9).
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If you've backed up your iPad to iTunes before losing or deleting files, then this way is the best option for you to recover lost data from iPad (iOS 9 available).
Choose the "Recovery from iTunes backup file" mode on the top of the window, and all iDevice backups will be shown here. You only need to choose the backup of your iPad and click and proceed to "Start Scan".
Here all files in iTunes backup file have been sorted into category and displayed, and you can preview and check them one by one. After preview, check those you want back and click "Recover". Right now, when you try to recover deleted or lost text messages, notes, and contacts from iPad, there will be two options: Recover to Device and Recover to Computer. If you want to get the data back to your iPad, then choose 'Recover to Device'. For other file types, you can only recover them to your computer.
Click Recover from iCloud Backup File on the top of the program's window. Then log in your iCloud account. After that, choose the backup file you want to download it. To save your time, in the new pop-up, check your needed file types to download. You know, the iCloud backup file is very large. By selecting the file type to download, it will reduce the time spending on the downloading process.
Once the scan stops, you can preview all the extracted files in the iCloud backup file. Choose the files you need and preview them. When you find these files you need, click Recover to save them on your computer. As for notes, contacts and messages, you can recover them to your computer or recover them back to your iPad. It's up to you.
To get started, connect your iPad (iOS 9 supported) to your computer. Then run Dr.Fone and click on the Start Scan button appearing in the window to scan your iPad. Don't disconnect your iPhone during the scanning process.
When the scan is complete, you can click the left file category to preview all of the found files one by one. Then selectively recover the items you need and click Recover to save them to your computer or iPad. Now only notes, text messages, and contacts can be saved to your iPad again.
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