Many iPhone users People ask: “How do you restore data files from an iCloud backup?” “Can Data be recovered from iCloud?” “How do I restore synced files from iCloud?” “Can I restore individual files from iCloud backup?”, and so on. Apple provides no interface to pull individual items from the backup. Whether through iTunes or iCloud, backups are intended to be restored as a whole, replacing the content on the device at the time of the restore.
If you ask someone at your local Apple store, the answer will be “no”. For security, Apple never tells you where your iCloud backup file is. Selective recovery of iCloud backups is not possible if you use the official recovery process – all or nothing. If you wish to selectively restore your iCloud backup/synced files to your iPhone or computer, if you need to access and view iCloud backup files, you should try a third-party tool or search for the path where your iCloud backup file is. However, even though you find your iCloud backup files, generally, you can’t view the data in iCloud backup files in detail. It’s a package with all data mixed together, displaying as code. Luckily, Dr.Fone for iOS Data Recovery will allow you to see all iCloud synced files.
Dr.Fone for iOS – Best iPhone Data Recovery
World’s 1st iPhone and iPad data recovery software
- Provide with three ways to recover iPhone data.
- Scan iOS devices to recover photos, video, contacts, messages, notes, etc.
- Extract and preview all content in iCloud/iTunes backup files.
- Selectively restore what you want from iCloud/iTunes backup to your device or computer.
- Compatible with latest iPhone models(iPhone 13).
Interested in? Does this sound like something you’ll need once you get your new iPhone 13? No more wasting time, keep reading!
News: Compatible with the latest iPhone13. iOS 15 supported
Steps: How To Recover Data from iCloud Synced Files to iPhone or Computer?
Step 1. Choose Recovery Mode
After running the best iPhone Data Recovery spftware, choose “Data Recovery” and click on it.
Then choose “Recover iOS Data”.
After that, you can see there options for you to do data recovery. Choose “Recover from iCloud Synced File”. Then you’ll see the window below. Enter your iCloud account and password to login.
Some accounts need a two-factor authentication. Please enter the verification code you received on your device to verify. Dr.Fone takes your privacy seriously. We never keep a record of any your Apple account info or content at any time during your sessions.
Step 2. Download iCloud Synced File
When you logged into iCloud, the program can find all iCloud synced files in your account. Choose the data you want to recover and click on the “Next” button.
After that, the files will start to download. It will take you some time, just wait for a moment.
Step 3. Preview and Recover Data from iCloud Synced File
The scan will be complete in a few minutes. Once it stops, you can preview almost all data in your iCloud synced file. You will be able to actually see the content of a document or PDF file, Videos, Photos, Note, Reminder and the contact details (phone numbers, email address, profession etc.) in your address book or the content of the SMS you have kept by highlighting the filename. If it is something that you want, check the box next to the filename, then click on the “Recover to Computer” or “Recover to Device” button to save them on your computer or your device with one click.
Now the data can be directly recovered to the computer or your iOS device if your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is connected with your computer with a USB cable during the recovery process.
To ensure that the recovery process is successful, ensure that the connection between the iPhone 13 and the computer is not interupted. Avoid leaving the cable vulnerable to accidental (or not so accidental) trips.