A lot of people do not know that there are ways to restore their iPhone backup without having to reset it. And this is not just for iPhone users. It could help you if you have an iPad, iPod, or any other device that uses iCloud backup.Have the following in mind:
Step 1: Click on the menu button at the top of the screen, and tap on “Restore”.
Step 2: Select your device in the list of options, and then tap on “Restore” to start restoring it.
Step 3: Wait until prompted to continue.Step 4: Once it finishes restoring your backup file, you will be asked whether you want to restore it or keep it as-is. If you want to keep it as-is, then tap on “Keep as-is.”
What is iCloud?
iCloud is the name given to Apple’s service for backing up and synchronizing data on iOS devices while they are in use. iCloud support is one of the biggest benefits of owning an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
The iCloud service allows you to wirelessly back up and synchronize your iOS device’s data between your Mac, PC, or iPhone/iPad.Since it was introduced in 2010, iCloud has grown enormously in popularity. It has become so popular that it has become a major part of Apple’s marketing strategy; they have renamed it several times since its introduction in 2010.However, some people don’t like having their device backed up automatically by Apple every time they switch from iOS to macOS or vice versa.
For example , if you switch from a Mac to a Windows PC and then back to a Mac again , you won’t be able to have your device automatically backed up again until you switch back to iOS.
However , there is a way around this problem called “Turn on Automatic Backups” under the General tab of your iPhone/iPad Settings .Turning on Automatic Backups will only backup data that is associated with the currently active App(s) on the device (such as Messages), but not all App data will be backed up by Automatic Backups unless you turn on Auto Backup for each App separately (which can take 30+ minutes per App per backup interval).
How to Restore your iPhone from iCloud Backup without Resetting it
There’s something about Apple devices that makes it difficult to restore from a backup. The sluggishness of iCloud backups is a well-known issue. However, not many people know how to restore their iPhone from an iCloud backup without giving up on restoring the device in the first place.
It’s not just about restoring the backup, it’s about restoring your data as well.In this post, we will explain how to restore your iPhone from an iCloud backup without resetting the device and data loss.
Step 1: Open iTunes on your computer.
Step 2: Open the “My Computer” menu and select “Computer” tab.
Step 3: In the left pane, click on “Device” (Figure 1).
Step 4: Select “iCloud” (Figure 2).
Step 5: Click on “Restore From This Computer” (Figure 3) to start restoring your iPhone via iCloud backup.
What is a Recovery Mode?
Apple has recently added a new feature to its iCloud service that allows you to restore your device if it’s lost or stolen. But if you happen to find yourself in this situation, do you know where you can find the recovery mode? Here’s a quick guide on how to do it.
How to Enter Recovery Mode on an iPhone or iPad without the Home Button
There’s no such thing as a simple recovery mode, but thanks to the iOS 10.2 release, there’s a new way of restoring your device with a backup and it’s called Recovery Mode.
Here’s how to do it:Step 1 – Turn off your iPhone or iPad by pressing and holding the Power + Volume down button simultaneously for about 20 seconds until you see the sleep/wake indicator go away.
Step 2 – Locate your iPhone’s iTunes application. If you don’t see it, go to Settings > General > iTunes & App Store > iTunes Store.
Step 3 – Choose File from the bottom menu which will open up “iTunes Backup”.
Step 4 – Go to Backup in iCloud (it should be labelled in blue).
Step 5 – From here, choose “Restore From Backup” from the top menu.Once you’re done, click “Apply” to restore your iPhone or iPad backup to your device. Then tap “Yes”.
You’ll then be back at Settings where it asks if you want to make this change permanent on this device or not but I’d recommend keeping it on so that if you ever want to restore your device again in the future, you can restore from backup without having to reset it again.
When it comes to restoring your device from an iCloud backup, it’s probably the most common question people have. If you can answer that question, you should be able to restore your device automatically without having to reset it.
“Because there’s nothing more beautiful than the sound of a clock ticking down toward midnight.”It may be the most important question people ask when it comes to restoring their iPhone or iPad.
What happens when they attempt to restore their device from a backup they made with iTunes?
When you first use iTunes, Apple makes an assumption that it knows what you want. That’s how Apple has set up its software to work for years and years. Sometimes, though, things change and some things don’t work anymore.
If you have lost your device after restoring from an iCloud backup, don’t worry about trying to recover it. You can find out what happened by simply looking at the iOS Device Information page in Settings .