How to Recover Photos from My Disabled iPhone
I entered the wrong passcode on my iPhone for too many times and the device is now disabled. I have important pictures on it and I kind of need them now. Please help me recover photo from disabled iPhone!
If you enter the wrong passcode on an iOS device six times in a row, you’ll be locked out and a message will say that your device is disabled. There is not much you can do to undo this but to reset your device, which will delete all of your data and settings. How to get back your precious photos from locked iOS devices? H Data iPhone Data Recovery software may be able to help you out. H Data iPhone Data Recovery software offers 2 recovery methods for your choice. With it, you’ll be allowed to retrieve data from an iTunes backup or from the device itself and save them to your local drive or external storage devices with ease. H Data iPhone Data Recovery software works exceptionally fine in probing your device and collect deleted data effectively, even if you’ve never backed up your device before.
Recover Photos from Disabled iPhone by Scanning the Device
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to a computer with an USB cable, select Scan iPhone for deleted files and click Begin Recovery From iPhone button.
Step 2. Wait for some minutes H Data iPhone Recovery is gathering all deleted information on your iPhone. Keep your iPhone connected before the scan is fully completed.
Step 3: When the scanning process is done, you will be able to see all the recoverable files in their corresponding catalogs. You can browse and select the files you want to recover and then click Export Selected Records to save them to your computer.
Recover Photos from Disabled iPhone with iTunes Backups
If you have previously backed up your iPhone with iTunes, you get another option to choose from – recover photos directly from your iTunes backup files. Here is how to do it with H Data iPhone Data Recovery:
Step 1. Free download H Data iPhone Recovery and install it on your computer. Connect iPhone to computer, select View and Restore Files from iTunes Backups. Choose an iTunes backup file and click SCAN. You can also click Browse for iTunes Backups to manually select an iTunes backup file from your local drive or external storage devices.
Step 2. When the scanning process is done, you will be able to see all the recoverable files. Choose Photos on the left panel, you will find all your photos in the iTunes backup listed on the right. You can browse and select the photos you want to recover and then click Export Selected Records to save them to your computer.