How to Reocver Lost Data from iPad after iOS 11 Update

“Well, here is the thing, I got the message about the iOS 11 upgrade on my iPad. I started the upgrade directly without backups of the previous data on my iPad, for I use to upgrading devices in this way and nothing wrong happens. However, out of my expectation, I met something wrong this time. After upgrade, I found some meaningful photos and important documents gone! I’m so regretful that I lost the important data for I ignored the backups to reduce the time. I wish that anyone could give me some suggestions or help me find the lost data back as soon as possible.” – From Daniel’s frustration.

Have you also meet the similar situation? Please don’t worry, because iPad Data Recovery can deliver you from this trouble safely and fast. This software is released to recover the lost or deleted data, such as contacts, messages, photos, videos, notes, calendar, reminder, documents and so on, in a easy and reliable way. If you employ this software to data recovery, you will find that all the lost or deleted data you need is come back completely. What’s more, iPad Data Recovery supports most iOS system version incluidng the latest iOS 11 and fulfills the task powerfully.

Besides, in addition to directly recover data from your iPad without backup, the program also enables you to restore iPad data from iCloud backup, or restore iPad data from iTunes backup.

Next, download the free version below and follow our guide to recover your lost iPhone data after iOS 11 upgrade.


Steps to Recover Lost Data from Your iPad after iOS 11 Upgrade

Step 1. Connect Your iPad with Computer

Launch iPad Data Recovery and connect your iPad to the computer. Next, enter “Data Recovery” and choose “Recover from iOS Device”.

Then, you can see many options of different file types. The two main options are “Deledted Data from the Device” and “Existing Data on the Device”, please select the type of data you want to recover.

Tips: Before the recovery, to avoid the automatically sync, you are supposed to turn off the automatical syncing in iTunes previously: launch iTunes > Preferences > Devices, check “Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically”.

Step 2. Scan Your iPad for Lost Data on It

Click “Start Scan” button to allow this program scan the lost data on your iPad. You can directly see the speed of the scanning. If the data needed to scan is too much, the scanning maybe lasts for a few minutes.

Tips: During the scanning process, you can stop the scanning if you find the data you want is sacnned.

Step 3. Preview the Scanned Data

Once the scan is done, you can preview and check all found data in details. The all found data includes lost and existing data on your iPad. If you want to shun the existing data, you can use Fliter to open the option “Only display the deleted items”.

By the way, you can see there is a search box on the top right of the window. You can search for a specific file by typing a keyword in the search box.

Step 4. Recover Data from Your iPad Selectively

After you preview and check the data you need, just select them. And then, click the “Recover” button to begin restoring. By default, the recovered data will be saved to your computer.

Note: If you choose to recover text messages, iMessage, contacts, or notes, you need to decide “Recover to Computer” or “Recover to Device”.