iPhone Backup Viewer: View iTunes & iCloud Data on Computer
iTunes and iCloud offer great features to apple users. They facilitate the users to create data backup in the most updated way. iTunes supports you to backup your files manually according to your need. And iCloud automatically creates a backup of data as and when your phone is connected to Wi-Fi. Using iTunes and iCloud space is completely up to the user and they create backups of almost everything stored on your apple devices. But how can you view iTunes and iCloud data on computer without downloading iTunes or going to iCloud? You can do that with FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery.
FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery Introduction:
Easy to navigate with obvious prompts.
Show iTunes and iCloud Backup in details by just two to three steps.
Supports almost all kinds of file types that your iDevice supports.
- Part 1. View iTunes Data on PC
- Part 2. View iCloud Data on Computer
- Part 3. File Types Supported to View
Step 1. Launch FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery
Open FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery on your PC. Then select "Recover from iTunes Backup File" at the left pane. Then all your iTunes backups will appear. Select the one you need according to the name, latest backup date, and serial number. Then click "Start Scan".
Step 2. Scan and View iTunes Data
It will take some time to scan your iTunes backup. After the scanning, choose file types at the left pane and view them in details.
Step 1. Log into iCloud
Open FonePaw program and select "Recover from iCloud Backup File". Log into iCloud you're your username and password.
Step 2. Scan and View iCloud Files on Computer
iCloud backups will be displayed. You can choose the one you need according to the date, name, or serial number. Then click Download. From the pop-up window, tick file types you want. After that, click "Next" to scan iCloud backup.
After the scanning, you can find choose file types you want and view them in details.
Media: Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Photo Library, App Photos, App Videos and App Audio.
Message & Contacts: Messages, Message Attachments, Contacts, Call History, Voicemail, WhatsApp, WhatsApp Attachments.
Memo & Others: Notes, Calendar, Reminders, Voice Memos, Safari Bookmarks, and App Document.
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