How to Recover Data From iPad Pro
Loss of data is a disaster when it is something important. So, in the Next part of the article, we will talk about how to recover files from iPad Pro in 3 ways.
Restore iPad Pro from iCloud Backup
We can automatically backup contacts, text messages, videos, photos, etc. with iCloud. You should firstly consider about if you have restored your iPad Pro after losing data. If you do, then you have a choice to findyour lost data via using this method.
The steps to restore your iPad with iCloud is very easy.
Step 1: Run the Tipard iPhone Data Recovery and choose the third recovery mode.
Step 2: After that, all the backup files under you Apple ID will be shown in the interface, please choose the right one, and then click the “Download” button at the right side of it.
Step 4: At this popup dialog box, please check all the options in it by checking the “Select All” option. And then click the “Next” button.
Step 5: After that, the software will start to extract files from your backup file. And the extracting process could take a while, too.
Restore iPad Pro from iTunes Backup
This method is the same with the method 1, just got little differences in detail. You should connect your iPad Pro to computer firstly. Please note not to run iTunes while using this Tipard iPhone Data Recovery.
Step 1: Launch the Tipard iPhone Data Recovery, and then choose the second recovery mode.
Step 2: Choose the right backup file. (Usually, the latest would be the best choice)
Step 3: After that, the software will start to extract from your backup file.
Step 4: When the extracting is done, your backup files will be displayed in categories like below.
Method 3 Restore your iPad directly from iPad Pro
Step 1: Launch the Tipard iPhone Data Recovery, and then choose the first recovery mode.
Step 2: Click the “Start Scan” button. Please note that the premise of this move is to make sure your iPad Pro has been connected to your Mac/PC.
Step 3: The scanning process might take a while, please wait while scanning at this step.
Step 4: When the scanning is done, we will enter this familiar interface once again, the rest of the work are also the same as it in Solution 1, too.