I need to recover lost photos from my iPhone 6 during cut and paste photos on computer. I THOUGHT I was pasting photos in a folder on my desktop where I wanted the pics pasted. But later I realized that I was pasting to the Recycle Bin (forgot that was the last place I was). I just emptied the folder and I lost all photos. I went back to my phone…no pics (not even in the recently deleted)…searched the recycle bin…nothing…searched the computer…nothing. So sad. I just have an iTunes backup my iPhone. Help! Help! please.
A long post. In short, this use lost all his photos from iPhone during cut and paste process in the computer. So the question here is, how to recover lost photos from iPhone during cut and paste. I think this user is quite lucky for, he had an iTunes backup for his iPhone 6 data, which means, he could extract lost photos from the iTunes backup to his computer again. But it’s impossible to extract lost photos from iTunes backup without the third party software.
There are dozens of such third party software to extract lost photos from backup and I would say, iFonebox is one of the best. iFonebox is a professional iPhone Data Recovery software which is able to extract lost data like photos from iTunes or iCloud backup. Plus, it supports to recover deleted data like contacts, notes, messages, reminders, calendars, etc, from iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. There are three working modes for iFonebox: Recover from iOS Device, Recover from iTunes Backup and Recover from iCloud Backup. Here, I will mainly show you how to recover lost photos from iTunes backup.
How to recover lost photos from iPhone during cut and paste?
- Launch iFonebox. Choose Recover from iTunes Backup.
- Scan photos from iTunes backup.
- Preview and select photos to recover. You can pick out all photos after scanning, then click Recover to PC. All photos will be in a folder in your computer.
It is quite convenient and functional to extract lost photos from iTunes backup with iFonebox. Here is a video shows you how to use iFonebox to recover lost photos.