Five Simple Ways to Recover Deleted and Lost Data from iPhone X

iPhone X is “the future of the smartphone” according to Apple, but it’s going to be hard to find in stock. You’ll also need to brace yourself for the iPhone X price and release date that Apple announced last week. It costs more than any prior iPhone and ships later than expected. That’s the only bad news, though. Apple claims the iPhone X, which is pronounced ‘iPhone 10’, is worth your money and the extra wait time. This is Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone, and it’s making big changes for 2017.

There is no doubt that iPhone X brings many new experiences to users once again. However, users still can not avoid data loss in the process of using iPhone X.

There are many ways you can lose data on an iPhone X. You may delete it by mistake, experience a system crash, forget your password, catch a virus, damage your device, or have your iPhone X stolen altogether. Besides, factory resets, iOS updates, jailbreaking/flashing, and being unable to sync backups are also common scenarios that result in you needing to recover your data. Although it’s scary to imagine, you don’t have to worry about what can happen to your data. iPhone Data recovery, which as the world’s 1st data recovery tool can get it all back in a click, what’s more, the program allows to recover almost all the deleted and lost data including Contacts, Messages, Call history, Notes, Photos, Videos, Calendar, Reminder, WhatsApp messages, Messenger, Voice memos, Voicemail, Safari’s bookmark and so on. And it’ll do all the hard work for you.


Now, please follow the below guides to restore the deleted and lost data from your iPhone X.

Five Ways to Get Back the Deleted & Lost Data from Your iPhone X

Part 1. Recover Data from iPhone X Directly

Step 1. Using your device’s USB cable, connect your iPhone X to your computer, then launch iPhone Data recovery on your computer, and let iPhone Data recovery automatically detect your iPhone. A Recover from iOS Device window should appear.

Make sure you’re running the latest version of iTunes before using iPhone Data recovery, and then disable automatic syncing in iTunes (launch iTunes > Preferences > Devices > Check “Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically”).

Step 2. When your iPhone X is recognized by the program, you are allowed to select whatever file types that you want to recover, and click the “Start Scan” button in the window to let the program directly scan your iPhone X for deleted/lost data.

This process may take a few minutes. During the scan, if you see the data you’re looking for, click the Pause button to stop the process.

Step 3. After the scan is completed, you’ll see the scan results. Both your lost and existing data on your iPhone X should be displayed in different categories. Enable the Only display the deleted items option to filter out the deleted data, and by clicking the file type on the left side, you can preview all the found data. There’s also a search box on the top right that lets you search for a specific file.

When you find all the data you need, put a check mark in front of the box to select it, then click the Recover button at the bottom right of the window, and all the recovered data should save to your computer. However, when you click Recover, all texts, iMessages, contacts, and notes will prompt a pop-up that asks you to Recover to Computer or Recover to Device . If you want to put this stuff back on your iOS device, click Recover to Device.

Part 2. Recover iPhone X Data from iTunes Backup

Step 1. Launch iPhone Data recovery and click Recover from iTunes Backup File , then let the iTunes backup recovery tool detect and display all iTunes backup files on your computer, just choose one of them as you like.

Step 2. Select the iTunes backup file that has the data you want to recover, click Start Scan , and let it grab all data from the iTunes backup file.

Step 3. After a while, all data in the backup file will be displayed in categories. You can preview them individually before recovery, and mark and recover those you want by hitting the
Recover button at the bottom. There’s also a search box in the window that lets you search for a specific file.

Note: Now contacts, notes and messages can be directly recovered to your iPhone X if you keep your iPhone X connected with your computer via a USB cable during the recovery process.

Part 3. Recover iPhone X Data from iCloud Backup

Step 1. Launch iPhone Data recovery, choose the Recover from iCloud Backup Files recovery mode on the top, and then in the window below, enter your iCloud account credentials to login. iOS Data recovery said it will not store any your Apple account.

Step 2. When logged into iCloud, iPhone Data recovery can locate all the iCloud backup files in your account. Choose the file you’ll need to recover data, then click on the Download button.

And then in the pop-up, select the type of files you want to download. After that, scan the iCloud content, and then click on the Scan button to begin. This process may take a few minutes.

Step 3. When the scan stops, preview the data in your iCloud backup file (like contacts, messages, photos, etc), then check them individually, and click on the Recover to Computer or Recover to Your Device button to save them on your computer or your iPhone X.

Note: Now contacts, notes and messages can be directly recovered to your iPhone X, if you keep your iPhone X connected with your computer via a USB cable during the recovery process.

If you ever backed up your data from iPhone X with iTunes or iCloud, you can also use the below two ways to restore the data from these backup files to your iPhone X with the help of Mobile Transfer, which is the all-in-one data transfer and management program.


After downloaded the Mobile Transfer, please install and run it on your computer, and you can see the primary interface as below.

Part 4. Restore Data from iCloud Backup to iPhone X

Step 1. Click on “iCloud” from “Restore from Backups” in the primary window of the software.

Step 2. Sign your iCloud account, then you can see all the iCloud backup files displayed. Before the data transfer, you need to wait for iCloud backup download. It will take several minutes.

Step 3. Click on the “Start Transfer” button to begin the process.

Part 5. Restore Data from iTunes Backup to iPhone X

Step 1. Choose “Restore From Backups” mode on the homepage and click on the “iTunes” option to move on.

Step 2. Select the files you would like to transfer from your iTunes backup, then your Samsung S8 is detected by the program, simple press “Strat Trasnfer” to move them to your new phone.