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How to Restore Jailbroken iPhone

Many iPhone users choose the jailbreak their iPhone to explore more control of their iPhone. However, many of them will lose their data on iPhone after jailbreaking their iPhone. You can see many questions about how to restore iPhone after jailbreak. Even if your iPhone is jailbroken, it will be useless if you don’t have anything on it. In this article, I will introduce the best way to restore a jailbroken iPhone. So you can get back contacts, sms, photos, videos and other essential data for your jailbroken iPhone.

iPhone Data Recovery software can help you to do this easily. If you have ever sync your iPhone with your iTunes, it can scan your iTunes backup files and restore data for your iPhone. You can easily restore contacts, text messages, call history, photos, videos, notes and other data for your jailbroken iPhone.

Step 1. Scan iPhone iTunes Backup File

Free download, install and run the recovery software. You will see three options on the main interface. Choose the second one “Recover from iTunes Backup File”. You will see all the iTunes backup files on your computer. You need to choose the latest backup files for your jailbroken iPhone. Click “Scan” button.

itunes backup list

Step 2. Restore Jailbroken iPhone

Once the software finishes scanning your iTunes backup file, you will find all the data in the backup file listed on the interface and classified by data type. You can easily find text messages, contacts, photos, and other data from the iTunes backup for your jailbroken iPhone.

scan result

You can preview the data before restoring them. Click “Recover” button, you can easily restore jailbroken iPhone data to your computer. You can see that iTunes backup files are really important to you when you lost data after jailbreaking your iPhone.

iPhone data recovery software can also restore iPhone from iCloud backup file. If you have iCloud backup file for your iPhone, you can also use this software to retrieve photos from iCloud and other data, such as contacts, text messages, notes, call logs, reminders and so on.