PhoneRescue for Mac1.9.1
PhoneRescue is a self-explanatory Mac OS X application that provides the required tools to recover lost data directly from your phone or from an iTunes backup file.
Bring back your lost data and extract music, movies and books with ease
With PhoneRescue’s help you can browse through your iTunes backup files and search for the lost contact entry, message, calendar event, note, bookmark, photo, song, ringtone, app document and more.
At the same time, PhoneRescue helps you recover data directly from your phone by accessing recently deleted data and inaccessible media and application files.
It is worth mentioning that you need to have your iOS device connected to your Mac via an USB cable in order to use this recovery method.
Browse the content of your backup files and quickly recover valuable info
After deciding on the best recovery method and selecting the desired iTunes backup file depending on the targeted device, you can scan the recovery file or iOS device for personal, media and application data.
As follows, you have the option to check the data type you want to preview and recover from the above mentioned categories. PhoneRescue helps you recover everything from contacts, call history, messages, voicemail, reminders, notes, calendar entries and bookmarks to photos, songs, videos, ringtones, playlists, books and audiobooks.
In addition, PhoneRescue is capable to scan for application documents, photos, audio and videos and recover them with ease.
Choose the preferred file format for the restored data
What is more, PhoneRescue allows you to configure the Output Settings and change the file format of the recovered or exported bookmarks, reminders, messages, call history, notes, calendar events and contacts.
On top of that, PhoneRescue offers you the option to change the default output path to any given folder on your Mac’s hard disks.
PhoneRescue also comes with a well-designed user interface that offers instant access to al the tools and features you might need to recover lost data from your iOS device or iTunes backup file.