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Old 04-17-2013, 03:08 AM
tosslobbs tosslobbs is offline
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Today we released an update to iPhone Contact Recovery to version 2.0.0, it can help to retrieve lost or deleted contacts for your iPhone(3GS/4/4S/5 supported) with ease and now it's totally free for our Facebook fans. Now it's the chance for mac users to get the access to this product, simply hit "Like" and get the download link:

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Key features for Data Recovery for iPhone:
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4. Supported iOS device: iPhone 3GS/4/4GS/5, iPad, the new iPad and iPod touch 4

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Old 12-30-2013, 01:00 AM
zlhdglad zlhdglad is offline
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Here are two easy methods to get your deleted or lost contacts back from iPhone:
One. Recover contacts from iPhone yourself via iTune:
1. Connect your phone with iTune on computer
2. Right-click or control-click on the iPhone icon under iDevice on iTunes
3. Select "Restore from Backup" from the given options
4. After it finishs, your contacts are back to your iPhone
Read the use guide about Recover lost contacts from iPhone
Facebook for Recover iPhone Lost Data

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Old 01-26-2014, 09:09 PM
Babbagie Babbagie is offline
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Default get iPhone contacts back

Hi, the contacts will be synced when you connect the phone to a computer be it Windows or Mac, or whatever contacts manager you are using (Outlook, Gmail). Syncing means the data you have on your phone is the same with the one on the computer, so your missing contacts might be the bad sync, not the backup causing problems.

You can find your backup containing contacts, sms, photos and other data of the iPhone is stored on a default location on your computer. Under OS X, iTunes will store backups in Users Support/MobileSync/Backup. Under Windows XP, for example, iTunes will store backups in Documents and Settings/USERNAME/Application Data/Apple Computer/MobileSync/Backup. Here's a blog with backup locations that should help.

Backing up the phone regularly with iTunes is a good idea to keep from losing data, it will mean all your contacts and data should be there and can be restored in case you need it. If you want to be extra safe, you can make a copy of the backup and store is somewhere safe before any update, as iTunes tends to corrupt backups sometimes.

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