How to browse iPad Photos in backup on Mac and get them out?

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“I had to restore my iPad because i forget the passcode and lost photos in camera roll. I can’t restore from a backup, as the backup has the forgotten passcode on it.
Anyways, on my Mac I looked under ~/library/application support/MobileSync/Backup to find some folder with a boatload of hashed files and a couple .plist’s saying it was indeed a backup.However I am sure these photos are in this folder somewhere. how can I browse these photos in backup and get them out?”

How to browse Photos in backup on Mac and get iPad photos out from backup folder?

We know that iTunes backup file can’t be viewed or accessed. Actually, if you want to browse iPad Photos in backup and get them out,You need a third party tool.
Here i recommend iFonebox for Mac, which is a professional iOS Data recovery and iTunes backup extractor tool for MAC.with it , you can easily retrieve photos from backup even if the backup has the forgotten passcode on it.

Firstly Download the trial version of iFonebox for Mac by clicking the below icons and then install it on your Mac to have a try!


Now Please Follw the simple steps below to see how iFonebox works

Step 1. Choose an iTunes backup file to scan
Install and Launch iFonebox on Mac and you’ll get the window below. Please select the “Recover from iTunes backup”.

Here all your backup files for your iPhone/ipad/iPod will be found and displayed. Select the one for your iPad and  hit on “Start Scan” to browse photos in iTunes backup.

Step 2. Get photos out from iTunes backup
After scanning finished, all files in iTunes backup are extracted including photos, videos, contacts, messages, notes and so on. Just move your mouse to “Camera roll“,you can preview the photos one by one.Then choose what you want by checking box and click “Recover” to get them out and save them on your Mac as readable files. In a few minutes, you can browse them on your Mac.

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