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How to Recover Deleted Pictures from an iPad Mini
If you use your iPad Mini as a digital photo album, then you might be keeping a majority, if not all your picture files saved on it. It can be devastating to accidentally delete a photo, and think you have no chance of ever seeing it again. However, you can recover accidentally deleted files easily with the help of iTunes, iCloud, and third-party data recovery software.
Get your iPad Mini’s lightning cable.This is the new 8-pin connector from iPhone, which is significantly smaller than the previous one. Get this cable and connect the smaller end to your iPad Mini.
Get the other end of the cable and plug it into any USB port of your computer.You can plug it into any USB port located either at the back of a desktop CPU or along the sides of a laptop.
Open iTunes on your computer.Click on the shortcut icon on the desktop, or select it from the list of programs installed on your computer.
Sync the device.Once you’ve launched iTunes, it will automatically sync your device with your computer. On the iPad Mini screen, you’ll see the word “Syncing.”
- When your iPad Mini syncs with your computer, iTunes recopies all the video and picture contents from your computer to your iPad Mini, even if it was deleted on the device.
- As long as you have a copy of the picture saved on your computer, you can recover that picture anytime it gets deleted from your iPad Mini.
Eject the device.Once iTunes finishes syncing your iPad Mini, eject it by clicking the up arrow beside its name on the left menu panel of iTunes.
- The pictures should now be available again on your iPad Mini.
Open your iPad Mini’s setting.Tap on the Settings icon from the home screen to open it.
Select and tap “Reset” on the Settings page.Inside “Reset,” tap on “Erase all content and settings.” This will delete all the files and apps installed on your iPad Mini.
- We need to do this because resetting is the only way you can restore backup from iCloud.
Set up the device.After you reset your iPad Mini, it will reboot and display the initial device setup procedure. Choose the device language from the list of available languages displayed on the screen, and press “Next” at the upper right of the screen to proceed.
Connect your iPad Mini to a Wi-Fi router.If there’s more than one available, tap on the name of the Wi-Fi you want to connect to. Press the “Next” button at the upper right of the screen to continue.
- If your router is password-protected, you may need to enter the router password first before you can connect.
Restore.On the next screen, you’ll be asked where to restore backup from. Tap on “Restore backup from iCloud,” and press “Next” at the upper right of the screen.
Log into your iCloud account, which is also your Apple ID.Type in the username and password for your Apple account and press the “Next” button again.
Accept the agreement.On the Terms and Conditions page, tap on “Agree” at the lower right of the screen to accept the agreement and continue. Press the “Agree” button again when a small confirmation pop-up appears.
Select the backup file.A list of backup files will be displayed on the screen. Choose the most recent backup where the deleted picture still exists, and click the blue button at the upper right of the screen to begin restoring the backup data.
Wait for the backup process to finish.Once it does, the home screen will be displayed, and you’ll be able to use the device again. Launch the Gallery app from the home screen and check if the deleted photo has been recovered.
Using Aiseesoft Mac FoneLab
Download and launch FoneLab.Navigate to FoneLab's website, and download and install the software.
- Launch the software, found in your applications folder, and proceed onto the next step.
Plug your device in.Plug your device into the USB port to allow FoneLab to scan it.
- Click Start to begin the scanning process.
- FoneLab will scan all of your device's contents, even if the screen is locked.
Use the Recover menu to navigate through your lost files.Once the scanning is done, you can use the Recover menu to navigate through your deleted files files.
- Click the switch labeled “Only display the deleted item(s)” to narrow your search to include only the deleted items.
- Once you find the files you’re looking for, select them.
- Specify a folder for FoneLab to copy your files to make it easier to work with the files once they’re retrieved.
- Click the ‘…’ button next to the Output Folder field at the bottom of the screen, and choose a folder you’d like the files copied to.
Click Recover to transfer the data to the designated folder on your Mac.The recoverable files will be added to a folder on your computer, and you will be able to access them from there.
- You can only recover a photo through iTunes if it has an existing copy saved on your computer or a backup in iCloud.
- Choose the iCloud backup created between the date the photo was taken or copied to the device and the date it was deleted. If you choose a backup any earlier or later than this date range, there’s a chance your photo won’t get restored.
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