Sunday, September 20, 2015

How to Recover Lost Contacts from iPhone 6 Plus,iPhone 6S Plus

iPhone 6s Recovery Mode

iPhone’s recovery mode is one of the two important modes (the other one being DFU) which comes in handy when you want to downgrade your iPhone. People often confuse recovery with DFU but this mode is different.

Recover lost contacts on iPhone 6 plus,iPhone 6s
Recovery Mode vs. DFU Mode

DFU mode is device firmware update mode: this is where you get to update your firmware. DFU is similar to Recovery in the way the device behaves and iTunes detects your iOS device. But the main difference in Recovery mode is the function: recovery mode is the only mode where you can downgrade your iPhone firmware.

Recovery mode can also be helpful to restore your iPhone.

Put the iPhone 6 plus into recovery mode
But what i afraid about that is how can I recover my lost contacts and more on my iPhone 6 Plus if i have got the contacts loss? When you iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode Due to iOS 9 Update,you can use a iPhone data recovery to Fix iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode Due to iOS 9 Update. Once lost contacts on iPhone 6 plus, it is necessary for us to use a powerful and easy tool to do that. That is iPhone Data Recovery, which is designed for those in need of recovering lost data on iPhone 6,iPhone 6 Plus,iPhone 5s,iPhone 5,iPhone 4s,iPhone 4.

The iPhone Data Recovery is of convenient and efficient, it can quickly scan your contacts then recover lost contacts from iPhone 6 directly and extract and recover your iPhone contacts from backup file,and it can also recover others on iPhone 6 Plus including messages,videos,photos,notes,etc.

Please download the trial version for free to recover lost data on iPhone 6,iPhone 6 Plus.

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Part 1: Restore lost contacts on your iPhone 6 Plus directly

Step 1.Run the iPhone Data Recovery and connect iPhone 6 Plus to computer

After run the iPhone Data Recovery software,you need to connect your iPhone to a computer with USB cable,and then choose the recovery mode “Recover from iOS Devices”

Step 2.Choose the recovery mode

There are two potions for iOS users choose.
For iPhone 6 Plus/6/5s/5/4s,you can click “Start Scan”button to scan your lost iPhone 6 Plus contacts safely.

If you are iPhone 4/3GS users, please use advanced scanning mode by hitting the blue button at the lower right corner.

Step 3.Enter the DFU Mode and Start Scanning your iPhone 6 Plus

Before scanning your iPhone, your should access the scanning mode first. The followings are the steps.
1. Click the "Start" button after you launch the recovery software.
2. Press both the "Power" and the "Home" button for ten seconds at the same time.
3. 10 seconds later, you should let go pressing the "Power" button and still press the "Home" button for 15 seconds.

Step 4.Preview and recover deleted iPhone 6 Plus contacts

Part 2: Recover deleted contacts from iTunes Backup

Step 1. Choose iTunes backup and scan it

When launching the program on your computer, choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File" option on the top, then you'll get the interface below. Choose the iTunes backup of your iPhone, if there are more than one, choose the latest one, and click "Start Scan".

Step 2.Scan the Backup File from iTunes and recover iPhone 6 Plus contacts.

After the scan, all files in the backup file are displayed for you in well-organized categories. No matter the photo from your camera roll or those you transferred from somewhere else, you can preview them one by one. Then check those you want and click the "Recover" button to save them on your Mac.

Free download the iOS Data Recovery:

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