2014/05/15

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPad Air, Mini 2 with Retina Display, iPad 4, 3 & More

“My brother accidentally deleted almost all of our pictures that we had taken on our iPad 2. These pictures have never been backed up, and are very important! Is there an app that could recover deleted pictures from iPad 2? About 200 photos have been deleted. Can you recover deleted iPad pictures or photos ? ANY way would be gratifying. Thanks!”

It is Easy to Accidentally Delete a Photo from iPad – Recovery is Just as Easy!



iPad photos recovery
iPad Photos Lost

It is very easy on the iPad to accidentally delete a photo because when the bin symbol is touched (deliberately or as often happens not deliberately), the next thing you see is two buttons: 1 delete (red), 2cancel, and if you do have the misfortune to swipe or touch the wrong one, you get no second chance at all.

We all promise to be careful when using iPad or other iOS devices or other mobile devices, , but you will find as you age that you will at least on one or two occasions do something accidentally, in a hurry maybe or perhaps with your mind on a poor, mother father or child. One protection could be an "are you sure" button enabled/disabled in settings or another protection could be the original trash can file.

I too am an Apple fan but you are right in saying Apple "are not magic" but an "are you sure" option is not magic either.  That is, there is indeed no such an option so far. So how can we recover the lost photos on iPad or iPhone, iPod Touch.

How to Easily Get Deleted or Lost Pictures Back on iPad?


Except for accidental and mistaken deletion, other situations like iOS update, jailbreak, iPad virus attack, physical damage, etc. also lead to photos loss from iPad. However, the good news is that you have chance to recover the deleted photos from iPad. The important note is that you should stop using your iPad after realized photos loss in order to 100% get pictures back, because if the space was overwritten, no one could help you unless you have an available backup which contains the lost photos to restore from. (Learn how to recover lost photos from iTunes backup).

Now I will introduce a way for you retrieve deleted or lost iPad photos from iPad without backup using an iPhone Data Recovery. It is a one-stop data recovery for iPhone iPad, iPod touch. Working to retrieve deleted or lost photos, contacts, text messages, tango messages, WhatsApp, note, calendar events, video in camera roll & more files from iPhone 5s, 5C, 5, 4S, 4,3GS; iPad Air, Mini with Retina Display, iPad 4, the new iPad, iPad 2, and iPad; iPod touch 5, 4 & more.

Simple as 4 steps to get lost pictures back to your iPad. Seen as below:

Step 1: Download and install. Both Mac and Windows version are available. Try the free trial version, recommended.
Step 2: Scan. Click “Start Scan” on the interface. Wait for the scan to complete patiently.
Step 3: Preview. After scan is done, you are allowed to preview the files in the iPhone data recovery program.
Step 4: Selectively recover and save pictures to your computer. You can choose what you need on the preview pane, then click “Recover”. When pop up window come out, specify a save path for the recovered photos.

That simple, isn’t it?

2014/05/07

iOS 7.1.1 Newest Flaw – Attackers Can Skip the Lockscreen to Text or Call Contact

It exposed that newest iOS 7.1.1 lets anyone to access iPhone without passcode, only by asking Siri to Call, Send Messages, Email and so on.

The exploit was a discovered by Sherif Hashim, an Egyption neurosurgeon, and works on devices running iOS version 7.1.1 with the Siri service available from the lock screen. By activating Siri and giving her instructions to make a call or send a text, followed by inputting a single letter and selecting "other" from the available options, users can then gain access to the full contents of the device's content list as well as make calls and send or read texts and emails.

iOS 7.1.1 flaw/vulnerability

Risks are Big


The risks are pretty big, considering that a person’s contacts list is one of the most personal forms of data residing on a mobile phone.

Another security issue in iOS 7.1.1 does with email attachments. Discovered by security researcher Andreas Kurtz, the issue at heart is that Mail.app lacks a layer of protection for email messages attachments, one that Apple claims to offer.

How to Avoid the Attack by Siri Flaw


However, you have a choice to avoid this issue on your iPhone, that is, to disable the option to have Siri accessible from the lock screen.

In some cases, the security of the OS has been so weak that people were able to access photos, emails, and even text messages.

This is not the first time Apple has to deal with a passcode lock flaw. And although Apple prides itself on taking security matters very seriously, the company has always been slow to address such vulnerabilities both on mobile and on desktop platforms.

With almost every new iOS release, hackers and amateurs alike have found ways to trick the phone into thinking that the user has entered the passcode and gain access to its contents.

Apple Will Deal with the Issue Seriously, Perhaps in iOS 7.1.2


Every time there exposed a security problem of iOS, Apple will resolve it as quickly as possible. For example, the aforementioned Mail.app flaw was reported to the Mac maker about a month ago, and the company has yet to issue a patch.

Similarly, on iOS whenever someone finds and reports a security hole, Apple takes its time in developing a patch. Although it is understandable that it takes time to get things right, working up an update for a couple of bugs shouldn’t be such an ordeal.

Apple will need to patch this bug in a future iOS update, perhaps in iOS 7.1.2 which is said to be launched within this month. So we should expect the exploit to be patched out in the very near future.

Conclusion


Though risks come out, we cannot ignore and disclaim the capability and productivity of Apple developers. We benefit more goods than risks from iOS devices – iPhone, iPad, iPod. Wait for the patching of this bug.

Extra Info about Dealing with iPhone Problems


ReiBoot: Enter and Exit iPhone Recovery Mode with one click, help reboot iOS devices after update. Also bypass forgotten lockscreen passcode. Mac users please switch the page to Mac version.

iPhone Data Recovery: Recover iPhone lost data with 3 strategies -  Recover data from iOS devices without backup & Restore iPhone Lost data from iTunes/iCloud backup. Supported all iOS devices: iPhone 5s, 5C, 5, 4S, 4, 3GS; iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina Display, iPad 4, 3, 2, and iPod Touch, etc.



2014/05/05

iPhone 5S Data Recovery - Retrieve/Restore Lost Files from iPhone 5S

iPhone 5s


More to Use iPhone, More Chance to Lose Data


“Is there any solution to recover lost data from iPhone 5S?” One of iPhone 5s user asked this in Apple Support Community.

We know, iPhone 5S has caused another great mass fervor in the mobile phone industry. Regardless of its distinctive Apple appearance, the iPhone fans also showed a great enthusiastic on iPhone 5S outstanding features and functions. It is no exaggeration to say, iPhone 5S has already become a part of their daily life.

The more you use iPhone, the more data on your iPhone, the more chance you lost data by mistake? No worries, regularly backing up your iPhone to iTunes or iCloud so that you can restore it after lost. And in worse situations where you forgot to backup your iPhone before data lost, you still have chances to recover it.

How to Recover iPhone 5S Data?


Now I will introduce you how to recover lost data from iPhone 5S with different methods. Just as was said above, if you backed up your iPhone, you are lucky and it is free to restore iPhone from iTunes, easily and quickly.

Method 1: Restore iPhone 5S Lost/Deleted Files from iTunes


Every time you sync your iPhone with iTunes, it will back up your data to a specific folder on your iPhone. Know more about where iTunes backup is located on Windows Computer or Mac. And in case you lost data inadvertently, just follow the below steps to restore:
Go to iTunes >Preference >Devices, you will see a list of backup. Choose your needed one according to the device’s name. Then click “Restore from Backup”. So easy, isn’t it?

Method 2: Restore Deleted Data from iPhone 5S with iPhone Data Recovery Software


If you didn’t make a backup before data lost you can recover lost data from iPhone device without backup by connecting your iPhone to computer. But third party iPhone data recovery software is needed. Just take Tenorshare iPhone 5S Data Recovery as an example, I will demonstrate how iPhone data recovery software works to recover data without backup.

Step-by-step Guide to Recover Data from iPhone without Backup:

Step 1: You need to download and install this software on your computer firstly because it is an application based on computer not on iPhone or other iOS devices.
Step 2: Connect your iPhone 5s to computer with the iPhone 5S digital cable. Then run iPhone data recovery program, it will detect your device as long as your device is connected rightly.
Step 3: Now you can click “Start” to scan your data on iPhone. This might take a while to complete.
Step 4: After scan is done, you are allowed to preview files on your iPhone 5s. And you can tick what you need then press “Recover” button to recover lost data.
Step 5: The last step is to specify a location for your iPhone 5s recovered files. You can go to check it from the location after recovery is finished.

For Mac users, download iPhone 5s Data Recovery for Mac