Is there any way to recover deleted files from iPad 2? I just made a big mistake and accidentally trashed some photos, videos, notes etc when I was using my iPad 2. Is there a quick and easy way to restore them? I cannot locate it in my Mobile Apps folder in iTunes and cannot find it in the iTunes iPad apps area. How can I retrieve those lost iPad files, any iPad data recovery software that can help do me the favor? If there isn’t I’ll be just devastated please help!
Don’t be that too worried as you still have big chance to undelete the trashed iPad files if you have ever synced your iPad 2 with iTunes after creating the notes, pics or moves. The fact is – Apple iTunes can automatically generate a backup file (with .sqlitedb extension) when you sync your iPad device with it, and the backup file will be updated continuously every time you sync your device. But the bad point is that the backup file is a kind of .db file which you can’t view or extract any content from. If you want to recover your iPad data, you’ll a professional iPad recovery program (see below).
If you are using Mac machine, try Data Recovery for iTunes. It is a new yet powerful data restore program for Mac users to recover deleted or lost iOS device files via iTunes backup file. No need to connect the device. No need to launch iTunes. Simply install and run the application on your Mac machine, your lost iPad items can be back soon. The app works under Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or above platforms including OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
If you are using Windows PC, go to iPad Data Recovery. The iPad data recovery tool can help you back up all your files so that once your data is lost due to any reasons. Moreover, the software can save data after your iPad devices are crashed, smashed, broken or lost. The software supports not only iPad 2, but New iPad, iPad 4, iPad Mini and is fully compatible with Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP etc.
Please note: the utilities above work even to recover your deleted or lost iDevice (iPad, iPhone, iTouch) files such as photos, movies, notes, Contacts, Text Messages, Call History, eBooks, Calendar and more.
Hope this helps, best regards!