iPhone 6 was Stolen, how to Protect Privacy and Restore lost data?

“I had my iPhone 6 stolen from me and i had not set up a password. I immediatly did find my iPhone and got the location so i erased the content in attempt to prevent my data. I then saw you cannot track phones once content is erased and it has been offline for two days. How do I restore the data on my stolen iPhone 6 or is there a way to recover the data using backup without a phone?   

When you found your iPhone 6 was stolen, please calm down. There are certain measures you should take to prevent your personal information from being compromised. Also you have several choices to get back your data on your stolen iPhone 6

How to protect your private data after iPhone 6 stolen?

Use Find my iPhone to tract and erase your iPhone 6 to protect your personal data

If Find My iPhone is turned on, use your computer or tablet to pinpoint the location of your iPhone. You can do this by navigating to icloud.com/#find and signing into your iCloud account. It’s important to note that if your iPhone is turned off, your device cannot be located. Apple does, however, display your phone’s most recent location for up to 24 hours from the last time it recieved a GPS signal. This could be useful if you’re not sure when or where your iPhone 6 was stolen. (How to set up and use Find my iPhone)

Report your stolen iPhone 6 to the police to protect your data

While this might not prove to be really effective, it doesn’t hurt to report your lost or stolen device to your local authorities. You might have to spend a while at the police station to get it done, but if they ever find your device, they will be able to trace it and give it back to you.
In order to do so, they will most likely need the Serial Number of the device. You can find your stolen iPhone 6‘s Serial Number on the original box or receipt. If you don’t have these, you can always find it from https://supportprofile.apple.com/, assuming you registered your device with your own Apple ID.

Report your stolen iPhone 6 to your carrier to protect your private info

Your iPhone 6 might have been somewhat secured thanks to Lost Mode, but your SIM card can still be used in a different device to make phone calls, send text messages and use data. This is why we strongly recommend calling your carrier as soon as possible and reporting your stolen iPhone 6 and make sure they deactivate your account. The sooner you do this, the quicker you make sure no one is going to make expensive calls on your dime. The carrier might also be able to add your lost iPhone 6 to a database of lost and stolen devices.

How to restore data on stolen iPhone 6 ?

#Restore data by using iTunes after iphone 6 stolen

First of all, make sure your iPhone 6 have been backed up on the iTunes, Here is what you need to do:
First, connect your device with PC via the USB cable. Launch iTunes and click “Summary” tab, then tap “Restore from Backup”.

#Recover data by using iCloud after iphone 6 stolen

To restore data from an iCloud backup, you must erase the contents on your device first by doing like this:
Setting> Reset> Erase All Contents and Setting
Then the device will restart and run to the Setup Assistant tab, just select “Restore from iCloud” and sign in iCloud account.

#Get back data by using iFonebox after iPhone 6 stolen

Step 1 Download iFonebox (Windows & Mac)
Install and lunch it on your computer. Choose the recovery mode of “Recover from iTunes backup”
Step 2: Choose iTunes Backup Files to scan
Choose an iTunes backup file for your iPhone 6, double click it or click “Start Scan” button to begin the scan.
Step 3: Preview and recover iPhone 6 data
Selectively Mark those data you need and hit “Recover” button to save them on your computer.
Moreover, with iFonebox, you can also recover deleted Contacts, NotesCall historysMessages, etc, even if you didn’t have backup files

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