How to Extract Photos from iTunes Backup to New iPad Pro

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Sometimes, you may need to extract only photos from iTunes backup. For example, after you bought a new iPad Pro in 10.5 or 12.9-inch, you wish to export valuable photos from iTunes to your iPad to view them on large screen. Or you unexpectedly lost precious pictures because of wrong deletion or iOS 10.3.3 update fail and you are in need of recovering them from iTunes backup. But how can you export just pictures from iTunes? Since iTunes won’t allow you to preview backup details and selectively choose only photos to restore from backup.

Now, this disappointing problem won’t bother you anymore with the help of iOS Data Recovery, one professional iPhone data recovery software running on PC/Mac. This software allows you to access iTunes backup, preview all specific contents in that backup, select and retrieve your wanted photos to computer. And now, you can get this app installed on your computer and begin extracting progress by following the 3 steps below.

Also read: How to extract notes from iTunes backup to new iPhone?

How to Extract Photos from iTunes Backup to New iPad

Step 1. Launch this app on computer, choose “Recover from iTunes Backup”, and click forward icon to access your iTunes backups.

How to extract photos from iTunes backup

How to extract photos from iTunes backup

Step 2. Now, you are in iTunes backup page and you can see all your backups with the specific information of backup size, date and iOS version. Pick up your wanted one according to the relevant info and click right arrow to scan the contents in that backup.

Choose one related backup you want

Choose one related backup you want

Step 3. After scan, you can click “Photos” to preview all your photos in backup, choose your needed pictures, and save them to your computer by clicking “To Computer” button.

Extract photos from iPhone backup

Extract photos from iPhone backup

As we show on above screenshots, iOS Data Recovery can extract not only photos from iTunes backup, but also other 20+ data types like contacts, notes, Safari bookmarks, calendar, etc. Furthermore, this tool can also export data from iCloud backup without resetting iPhone iPad. So why not download it now and have a free try?

This entry was posted in on Jul 20, 2017 by Victoria.

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