Thursday, January 28, 2016

How to Recover Lost Data from iPhone 6S/6/5S/5 After Jailbreak

Lost iPhone Data after jailbreaking? Don't worry,the article is to show you how to recover your lost contacts, photos, text messages, videos and more from iPhone 6s/6/5s/5/ after jailbreak in a simple way with the help of iOS Data Recovery.

When iOS users jailbreak their iPad or iPhone, most of them annoy that their former data are gone, such as pictures, videos, contacts, notes, messages, call logs or other data files. As to this situation, you can't extract and recover your lost data simple depend on iTunes, because the format does not match between iPhone/iPad and iTunes backup, so you are not allow to preview and select the data you want to recover. At this moment, you can not recover lost data on an jailbroken iPhone 6 device unless you use iPhone Data Recovery software.

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iPhone iPad Data Recovery is designed as an iTunes Backup Extractor that not only helps you to recover lost data from iTunes backups after jailbreaking,but also allows you directly restore lost data from jailbroken iPhone and iPad without iTunes/iCloud backup. The procedure is simple actually. Moreover, you can also depend on your iOS device directly and recover from iCloud backup file with this program. With iPhone iPad Data Recovery’s amazing function, you can safely and easily retrieve lost contacts, pictures, videos, messages and other contents on iPhone and iPad. Now run down and see how to restore deleted data from a jailbroken iPhone 6S/6S Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5/5S/5C, iPhone 4/4S, iPad Air, iPad 3 and more.

Click the icon below to download a free trial version:

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How to Recover Lost Data from iPhone after Jailbreak

With this powerful iPhone iPad Data Recovery software, regardless of your iDevice is jailbroken, lost, factory reset or locked by a forgotten password, it has the most direct way to help you retrieve important iPhone or iPad data easily and directly.

Step 1. Connect Your iPhone iPad Device to Computer.

First of all, you should download and install iPhone iPad Data Recovery tool and run it on your PC. After selecting your iPhone or iPad, you will get the interface below. Choose “Recover from iOS Device” option.

Step 2. Scan Data You want to recover

For iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5/4S, iPad Mini/Pro user, you can hit the “Start Scan” button directly to scan your iOS device, and then a scanning window will be shown.

Step 3. Preview and Restore Lost Files on Your iPhone iPad

After scanning, you can see the preview of the recovered data one by one, otherwise, you can  click “Select All”. Then you need to click “Recover” to save them on your computer with only one click.

Tips: If you've backed up your device before jailbreaking your iOS 9 or iOS 8, right? Ok, if so, you can follow the steps below to recover lost data for your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch by retrieving data from an iTunes backup file.

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How to Transfer Text Messages from Android Phone to iPhone 6s/iPhone 7

I just got a new iPhone 6s for Christmas and I have been trying for hours to find a way to sync Text Messages from my old Samsung Phone to iPhone 6s. Basically, what I want is something that will let me sync the text messages to my new iPhone 6s, cause the most of the messages sent from my boyfriend it is meaningful for me. I have found ways to do this with an android phone, but none with an iPhone. Does anyone have a solution? Thank you for reading even if you can't help :) -said by Nicole

Transfer Android SMS to iPhone 6s/6/iPhone 7

If you have the same situation with Nicole,I think you must feel agony with it and try your best to find a solution to fix the trouble.The Mobile Transfer is your superman that can save you with an hand,which supports you to Switch Android Text Messages to iPhone 6S.

The Mobile Transfer supports you to sync SMS between multiple phones based on Android Phone, Symbian Phone and iOS phone (iPhone 6S/6/5S/5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S,iPhone 4 etc);if you buy a new phone,you can sync data from your old phone to the new one with Mobile Transfer.

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Tips: If you have buy a new iPhone 7,you can use this mobile transfer to transfer everything from Android to iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus directly.

How to Copy Text Messages from Android Phone to iPhone 6s/iPhone 7

Step 1: Connect your Android Phone and iPhone 6s to Computer

To start with, connect both Android Phone and iPhone 6s to your computer via USB cables. When your devices are connected and detected by your computer, run The Mobile Transfer and you'll get a window as follow.

The names of your devices will be displayed in the places of "Source" and "Destination". You can click the blue button “Flip” between the two phones when you decide to change the places of the two devices.

Step 2: Automatically detecting the two phone whether have connected to the computer  successfully,and select what type of contnets you want to transfer
After connect your iPhone and Android phone to the computer successfully,then choose the “Text Messages” button,it means you will copy text messages from Android device to iPhone 6s.

Step 3: Start to Transfer Text Messages from from Android Phone to iPhone 6s

Now, data on your source phone that can be transferred are listed in the middle, such as text messages,contacts, photos,etc. You only need to mark those you're going to move to another phone and click “Start Copy”. Then they can be fully copied to your destination phone.

If you need to empty your destination phone before the transfer, tick off the bar “Clear data before copy” under the destination phone picture.

Be sure neither of your phones disconnects during the whole progress. When transfer progress is completed, please hit the button "Completed".

The Key Features of The Mobile Transfer you can’t miss:
-Transfer content between iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Nokia phones.
-Backup phone data to computer; restore phone from the saved backup; transfer it to other devices.
-Erase All Data from Your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch permanently.

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iPhone 7 design rumours What's New Features in iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus

After Mac Otakara proposed the idea in late 2015 (see below), two Chinese-language sites have separately offered what they claim is 'confirmation', based on sources in the supply chain, that Apple will not include a 3.5mm headphone jack in the iPhone 7 - although of course it is possible that their sources are the same person, or that one site is just following the other's story. (For what it's worth, neither site links to the other.)

iPhone 7 rumours: Headphone and Lightning ports
Anzhuo (link will require translation) cites "supply chain news" and claims that Apple "has confirmed [that it has] cancelled [the] 3.5mm headphone jack on the next iPhone, [and] meanwhile will replace wired headset [with a] Bluetooth wireless headset."

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The firm suggests that users will be restricted to wireless headphones, since "headphone Lightning previously said interface may not exist" - a translation-mangled phrase we take to mean that we probably won't be able to connect any Apple-bundled headphones via the Lightning port. (Third-party headphones that connect via Lightning are already available, albeit rare.) But any Chinese-literate readers are welcome to take issue with our interpretation.

Meanwhile, Wei Feng, poetically reporting "the latest coming from the mouth of the supply chain of wind", states that Apple indeed plans to get rid of "the traditional body in the next generation iPhone headphone jack, and will start from this year for the iPhone with wireless Bluetooth headsets". Wei Feng doesn't specify that the Lightning EarPod story is dead, as Anzhuo did, but makes no mention of any alternative to wireless headsets.

Fast Company is the latest site to 'confirm' this rumour, citing "a source with knowledge of the company’s plans". The site predicts that "the new phone will rely on its Lightning cable port for sound output to wired headphones".

NEW: And on 20 January, Cult of Mac shared iOS 9 code that could further hint at the removal of the headphone jack for the iPhone 7. Twitter user Chase Fromm highlighted a bit of code within the iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 software that reads: "Headphones.have.%input.NO."

The 3.5mm headphone jack won't be with us forever, of course (and Apple has a history of controversially jumping off soon-to-be-obsolete technologies ahead of the curve, as it did with Adobe Flash, CD/DVD drives, FireWire, conventional USB ports and so on), but to ditch it without offering any wired alternative strikes us as extreme, even if it would allow Apple to make the iPhone 7 even thinner, squeeze in a bigger battery or whatever.

And what do the headphone companies make of all this speculation? Interestingly enough, as the Verge observes, most of the companies at CES were surprisingly sanguine about the prospect of the headphone jack disappearing from Apple's most popular product. Most of them, after all, also sell wireless models, and there remains the prospect of Lightning-compatible headphones as a new avenue to explore.

If you want to selling the old iPhone and buy a new iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus,you must to erase everything on iPhone before selling,in order to protect your important information safe after selling.

iPhone 7 release date rumours: iPhone 7 release in mid-September 2016?

If Apple sticks to its traditions, we can expect the iPhone 7 to arrive in mid-September 2016.

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were unveiled on 9 September 2015 (and released to the public on 25 September), iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were unveiled on 9 September 2014 (released on 19 September); the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s were unveiled on 10 September 2013; the iPhone 5 was unveiled on 12 September. There's a pattern there that the eagle-eyed reader may be able to spot.

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Our money is on the 6th, 7th, 13th or 14th of September 2016, since it's usually a Tuesday or a Wednesday. Clear your diary.

iPhone 7 launch date rumours: iPhone 7 could be released as early as next summer
AppleInsider is quoting a "reliable source" who predicts that 2016's iPhone 7 will launch several months ahead of the usual yearly upgrade cycle, appearing in the summer of 2016 instead of in September.

The site states that this particular source "has, in the past, provided accurate information about Apple's future product plans", but while this may be true, it must be pointed out that plenty of other sources have made this exact prediction about previous iPhone launches and they've always been wrong. It's just one of those things that gets repeated every year because it's such an appealing rumour.

Apple has significantly shifted its iPhone launch cycle only once: the first four iPhones all launched in summer, then Apple pushed the iPhone 4s back to the autumn, and then every iPhone since then has stuck to that launch cycle. (The iPhone 4s came along in October, admittedly, rather than the September launch date that Apple has followed ever since the iPhone 5.)

If Apple changed the cycle once, it can certainly change it again. But it won't do so lightly: an unexpectedly early upgrade is always infuriating for those who've just bought the previous generation model, and it creates the suspicion that the company might pull a similar trick the following year, leading to a customer base that is more cautious about upgrading. What's more, Apple's natural cycle of announcements sees iOS and OS X upgrades announced at WWDC in June, leaving enough time for the software to be completed in time for the autumn hardware launches. It seems like a risk for Apple to announce everything in the summer and leave its customers hungry for new releases for the rest of the year.

And the reasoning for why Apple would push forward the iPhone 7 launch date is thin.

"This year's iPhone 6s upgrade features largely the same external design as the iPhone 6," argues AppleInsider. "That has prompted concerns among investors that demand for the iPhone 6s could wane, particularly toward the tail end of the product cycle… Launching the iPhone 7 in an earlier window of 2016 would be one way for Apple to address those concerns."

The thing is, every S-class iPhone upgrade has been accused of offering only minor upgrades on the previous generation, yet they all still sell well. And if anything the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus represent more significant upgrades than the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5s did: Live Photos is fun, 3D Touch has the potential to alter the way we think about smartphone interfaces, and the processor and cameras are much improved. Even Touch ID is noticeably quicker.

So while this isn't out of the question, we can't see that any convincing reason has been given why Apple should shift its update schedule next year. (Mind you, as Boy Genius Report points out, this rumour might be a mixup based on Apple's imminent release of a new 4-inch iPhone, which wouldn't replace the iPhone 6s or 6s Plus and therefore wouldn't be such a disruptive launch if it came in the summer. Read our iPhone 6c rumours for more on that, or read the next section for the theory that Apple will split its iPhone launches into two yearly events.)

iPhone 7 launch date rumours: Two iPhones a year
So much for the likely launch date. But it's possible - and has been widely speculated - that Apple will begin releasing new iPhones twice a year, to help it keep up with the ever growing and ever improving competition. This would mean an iPhone launch event in the spring of 2015 followed by another in the autumn.

In this case we would expect less dramatic enhancements in each update: perhaps the full iPhone 7 in autumn, followed by an 'S'-class update in the spring. Or Apple might choose to update its 4-inch smartphones in one set of announcements and its larger phones in the other.

It's an interesting theory, but if we were betting men and women Macworld would put its money on September iPhone launches for some time to come.

iPhone 7 launch date rumours: Stop selling iPhones in UK, says Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales
Mark this one as 'unlikely', but if Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales gets his way, Apple won't sell the iPhone 7 in the UK at all.

No, it's not going to happen. And it isn't really fair to call this a serious proposal: rather, Wales (who lives in London) was using the idea to express his dismay at draft legislation which would require technology companies to give users' communications data to the government when requested. We don't think he's being completely sincere, anyway.

"I would like to see Apple refuse to sell iPhone in UK if gov't bans end-to-end encryption," he wrote on Twitter. "Does Parliament dare be that stupid?"

Jimmy Wales tweet
Apple, of course, has made a number of statements recently in support of privacy rights - a stance which coincidentally helps to highlight certain aspects of rival Google's data-collection practices. But writing off one of the world's biggest iPhone markets? We imagine Tim Cook isn't that keen on privacy.

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Something about iPhone 7| iPhone 7 release date rumours & new features

In our iPhone 7 rumour roundup we cover a lot of ground: you'd be amazed by the clues, hints and general speculation about the iPhone 7 that people have managed to dig up. But for those who don't want all the detail, the following section sums up our verdict on the whole thing. Consider it a sort of TL;DR for the article as a whole.

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In a nutshell, then, we reckon:

1) Apple will launch two new iPhones in September 2016, and just possibly three. The theory that Apple will push the main iPhone 7 launch forward to summer 2016 seems thin to us, but it is possible we will see an update to the 4-inch iPhone line earlier than the autumn, and maybe even as soon as March 2016.

2) We expect a 4.7-inch phone (called the iPhone 7), and a 5.5-inch model (the iPhone 7 Plus). If Apple does make another 4-inch iPhone (which, thanks to the success of the larger iPhones, is by no means a certainty) then we think it'll be called something like the iPhone 7 mini, but iPhone 6c and iPhone 6e are possibilities too.

3) The iPhone 7 is likely to get a substantial physical redesign after the largely identical iPhone 6/6s generations. It's too early to know what direction Apple will pick, but it's likely to be thinner than ever: removing the headphone jack would be one way to help achieve this, forcing music fans to use wireless Bluetooth headphones, or headphones that connect via the Lightning port, or an adaptor. The 'no headphone jack' rumour is starting to gather momentum, with multiple 'confirmations' via multiple (but anonymous) supply chain sources, although we've yet to see firm evidence ourselves.

iPhone 7 concept illustration
4) Battery life in the iPhone 7 may be a little better than in the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, but Jony Ive's comments have made it plain that Apple doesn't consider a higher battery life to be worth significant sacrifices in other areas (we suspect that, if they're honest, most smartphone buyers would agree) and Apple's larger-screen iPhones have decent batteries already. You can always buy the lovely new battery pack case...

5) Higher screen resolution is a possibility - Apple undermined its own 'Retina is as sharp as your eyes can see' myth with the iPhone 6 Plus, and the company is playing catchup against many of its rivals in terms of screen resolution. Apple may well take the higher pixel density that was exclusive to the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus (401 pixels per inch, as compared to 326ppi for all non-Plus iPhones), and apply it to all the models in the next generation; it could even raise the pixel density further than this, although we fear that this is unlikely. And a harder screen material would play well, whether Apple manages to resurrect the sapphire situation or goes with Corning's new Project Phire.

6) 16GB will surely be phased out as the lowest storage offering. It's nowhere near enough in this day and age. We hope and expect the iPhone 7 to start at 32GB, with 64GB and 128GB options.

7) The iPhone 7 could get a USB-C port, like the new 12-inch MacBook, but we think this is unlikely. The change from 30-pin to Lightning is recent enough (and was painful enough for many users) that to switch again now would be highly controversial.

8) And as for the other out-there rumours? 3D screen: no. Curved display: probably not. Flexible display: nope. Edge-to-edge screen: yes, quite possibly. Spring-out gaming joystick in the Home button: definitely not. Wireless charging: quite possibly. Better waterproofing: a reasonable bet, although the self-healing ports aren't likely to appear for a while yet.

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iPhone 7 release date rumours, new features, patents | Further evidence that Apple is ditching headphone jack & new concept images

iPhone 7 rumours are flying, and we've picked up lots of hints about new features that could appear in the iPhone 7, from wireless charging to a touchscreen with built-in Touch ID. It's believed that Apple is going to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack - and people aren't happy. And we've got our first leaked photos of iPhone 7 prototypes

When will the iPhone 7 come out? (And when will it launch in the UK?) What new features and design changes can we expect in the new iPhone for 2016 when it comes out? And what will Apple's next iPhone be called? iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus? iPhone 7 mini? Something new?

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus only launched September 2015, but a few months on we're starting to excitedly think about what this year's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could bring. The web is full of speculation about new iPhone(s) that Apple will launch in 2016, and in this article we gather all the rumours about the iPhone 7: release date, design, specs and new features, from wireless charging to a touchscreen display with built-in Touch ID. Plus any leaked photos of iPhone 7 components we get hold of, and all the cool iPhone 7 concept illustrations and videos that designers have come up with.

We're sure to see a next-generation iPhone in 2016, but what will the new iPhone 7 look like? (Traditionally, Apple alternates between internal upgrades for the 'S' update, then a physical redesign for the full-number update, so a completely redesigned chassis is likely.) What new features should we expect? And when will the iPhone 7 come out? We round up the evidence to bring you everything there is to know about the iPhone 7 so far.

In this article we talk about the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 - the follow-up to the iPhone 6s. If you'd like to read about the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus, take a look at our iPhone 7 Plus release date and new features rumour roundup.

Bookmark this page for a regularly updated summary of all the information currently available - and all the rumours doing the rounds - related to the iPhone 7: details, clues, hints and rumours, as well as any leaked photos of the iPhone 7 that emerge. We'll update the article whenever we hear worthwhile new information (or scurrilous but interesting gossip) on the subject of Apple's next iPhone.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

How to Restore Data from iPhone 6 after Jailbreaking

Many people choose jailbreak when they have iPhone 6. However, you have to take the risl that if your iPhone 6 failed to jailbreak, you maybe lost all the data on your iPhone 6. Some of the data probably important for you, In this case, how will you do? However, when they wanted to restore lost files on iPhone 6 from iTunes, all data on iPhone 6 are wiped clean. Moreover, how to restore all data on jailbroken iPhone 6?

As we all know, you may lost iPhone 6 data after jailbreaking, iOS upgrade, restoring factory settings. A survey shows that more and more iOS users want to jailbreak their iPhone6/6S/5S/5, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 9.0. Then they will get a lot of benefits from jailbreaking. But what if you accidentally lost messages, contacts, photos, calendars and more on your iPhone 6 device while you are jailbreaking your iOS 9.0? Don’t worry, there is still something you could do to get lost all data back from your jailbroken iPhone 6.

iPhone 6 Data Recovery software helps you extract all contents on iPhone 6 to preview and selectively recover those you want in 3 steps. Thus, you can restore iPhone 6 everything after jailbreak without any uncertainty. It supports to restore iPhone 6 photos, videos, contacts, notes and other data stored on your iPhone 6 before. iPhone 6 Data Recovery program not only supports extract and restore all contents from iTunes/iCloud back files, but also allows you scan and recover lost data from jailbroken iPhone 6 without backup file directly. Why not download the trial version of the iPhone 6 Data Recovery below to have a try right now?

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Directly Recover All Data on Jailbroken iPhone 6

Step 1. Connect Your Jailbroken iPhone 6 to Computer

Click on the icon above to download and install the free iPhone 6 Data Recovery software, then connect your iPhone 6 to computer via an USB cable. Here provides three recovery modes, you can select to "Recover from iOS Device".

Step 2. Scan All Files on Jailbroken iPhone 6.

You can directly click the "Start Scan" button to scan out your lost contents on iPhone 6. Now you just need few minutes to finish scanning. It may take a while, just depends on the number of files on your device.

Step 3. Preview and Export All Files from Jailbroken iPhone 6 to PC

Click the correct file type on the left side to preview all the files one by one. Mark the files you want and click "Recover" button to get all of them back once. At last, all deleted contacts, messages, notes, photos, videos and more can be restored completely after you failed to jailbreak your iPhone 6.

Here, you can successfully previcew and recover all contents from iPhone, including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, calendar, notes and call history in details, no matter what model of iPhone you are using, iPhone 6S/6/5S/5/4S or the previous versions. You can recover any part of them according to your needs. Download the free version below to have a try, choose the right version for your computer.

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How to Recover Deleted Data from iPhone 6

"How can I recover my deleted data from iPhone 6? My naughty daughter plays with my new iPhone 6 and accidently deleted some precious photos, contacts and videos on it, is there anyway to get them back? Who can help me please?"

Is it possible to recover lost data on iPhone? To iPhone 6 users, data lost is not rare. iPhone 6 brings you great user experience, but the data lost will drive you crazy. Fortunately, after you deleted iPhone data, it will store in iPhone flash memory cards being hidden so that you can't read them, so these deleted data on iPhone 6 isn't really gone until being overwritten. If you done the right steps immediately after you find out your data were deleted, there's a good opportunity for you to retrieve deleted photos, contacts, texts messages and other files from iPhone 6.

iPhone 6 Data Recovery which is an easy-to-use iOS data recovery tool empowers you to scan and get back deleted photos, text messages, contacts, notes, videos from your iPhone 6 device. If you don't make a backup before you can use this software to recover data on iPhone 6. If you make a backup before, it's easy to get everything back by extract backup files. Furthermore, it works for iPhone 6S/6/5S/5/4S/4/iPad/iPod touch users. You can have a look the detailed tutorial below to recover deleted data from iPhone 6 for three steps.

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Directly Restore Deleted Photos/Contacts/SMS/Notes on iPhone 6

Step 1. Connect Your iPhone 6 to Computer and Select the Recovery Mode

Install the free iPhone 6 Data Recovery software, you should connect your iPhone 6 to computer via an USB cable. Then you can see the main interface of the software has three recovery modes, here you can select to "Recover from iOS Device".

Step 2. Scan and find out all Files on iPhone 6.

You can directly click the "Start Scan" button to scan out your lost contents on iPhone 6. Now you just need few minutes to finish scanning. It may take a while, just depends on the number of files on your device.

Step 3. Preview and Export All Files from iPhone 6 to PC

Click the correct file type on the left side to preview all the files one by one. Mark the files you want and click "Recover" button to get all of them back once. At last, all deleted contacts, messages, notes, photos, videos and more can be restored completely.

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Recover Data from a jailbroken iPhone 6s,iPhone 6s plus

How to Recover Data from a jailbroken iPhone 6s,iPhone 6s plus

Nowadays,People often talk about the iPhone jailbreaking.Jailbreak is let oneself more and higher to manager their own iPhone authority.Apple in order to make the system hands of the use safely and comfortable for millions of users all over the world.So Apple have added many restrictions on the system to ensure the stability of the system.Because of the wrong jailbreak operation, lots of iPhone users found that many data have got lost after jailbreaking their iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, such as contacts,messages,videos,photos,call history,book marks,etc.


How can you recover lost or deleted data on a jailbroken iPhone 6s/6s Plus?Thanks to the share with the 3rd party software tool-iPhone Data Recovery.We can no longer to worry about how to recover data on jailbroken iPhone 6s(Plus.

iPhone Data Recovery is a professional data recovery design for iPhone 6s/6s Plus users to restore their precious lost or deleted data from a jailbroken iPhone 6s/6s Plus.No matter what kinds of iPhone data,for example photos,contacts,messages and more can be recovered from iPhone 6s/6s Plus directly with the iPhone Data Recovery.Only 3 simple steps,you can get back your data completely from a jailbroken iPhone 6s/6s Plus.

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Restore Data from a jailbroken iPhone 6s,iPhone 6s plus

Step 1. Download and Run the Program on Computer
Download the right version and install it,connect your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus to computer with an USB cable.

Step 2. Choose a Recovery Mode and Scan the Data from iPhone
When your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus is detected,click on "Start Scan" to let the program analyze and scan your device, and you'll get the interface below.

Step 3. Recovery Data on iPhone 6s/6s Plus after jailbreaking

Note:In the last step,you can preview the files and select the data you want to get back,then click “Recover “button to start the main process.

Only a few seconds it will finish the whole data recovery task.

iPhone Data Recovery not only supports to recover data from a jailbroken iPhone,it can also allows to restore data from iPhone due to black screen,iOS upgrading,water dropped,factory setting restore and more various of unexpected reasons.

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