iMyFone D-Back iPhone Data Recovery is a data retrieval tool that's available on both Windows and Mac OS. As you can probably already guess from the name itself, it's primarily used for recovering data from iOS powered devices like the iPhones, iPods (Touch) and iPads. In case you are wondering what makes the iMyFone D-Back iPhone Data Recovery tool so different from all the others available in the market, go through the following points to find out.
It has 4 Recovery Modes
While most data recovery tools usually offer one or at best, two recovery modes, iMyFone D-Back offers users four separate modes to significantly increase the chances of successful data retrieval. The four recovery modes are as follows.
· Smart recovery
· Recovery from iCloud backup
· Recovery from iTunes Backup
· Recovery from iOS Device
Supports Multiple Data Formats
Most of the retrieval tools available in the market for the iOS offer little more than photo, video and maybe a few document recovery options, but iMyFone D-Back take it to a whole new level by adding support for more than 20 data formats from popular and relevant apps such as Kik, WeChat, WhatsApp, messages, contacts, photos, notes, etc. Best of all, you even get to see a preview of all the recoverable data to know what you are getting, before moving ahead with the actual recovery.
Can Bring Back Data Lost Due to a Multitude of Reasons
It doesn't matter whether you deleted it unintentionally or your phone crashed, with the help of iMyFone D-Back, you can bring back data lost due to almost any possible reason. If you are still not sure about whether or not your particular problem is covered, check out the list below.
· Broken display
· Crashed OS
· Botched Jailbreak attempt
· Lost device
· Malware/virus related data loss
· Factory data reset
· Password locked/forgotten password
· Intentional/accidental deletions
Fixes iOS Issues
It might be hard to imagine that a simple retrieval tool can really do this, but it's true! iMyFone D-Back can repair issues with some of the symptoms as follows.
· Looped reboots
· Flashing screens
· Stuck on a black or white screen
· Stuck with the Apple logo on-screen
· Stuck in Recovery Mode
· Unresponsive touch screen
It's Free to Try
The sign of a good software is that it offers a trial version and iMyFone D-Back does exactly that. You can download the free trial version to see if it works for you, before actually making the purchase.
There's a Moneyback Guarantee
It's not often that a software comes with money back guarantee, so the 30-day money back guarantee which every purchase of iMyFone D-Back Recovery tool comes with, says a lot about the confidence that the developers have in their product. If you missed something in the trial version, you can check it out during the 30-day money back guarantee period and simply ask for a refund if it doesn't suit your needs. However, the chances of that happening are pretty slim and the developers are willing to bet their livelihood on it! In case you already have downloaded the software, check out the step by step guide over here.
If you are not really comfortable in going through with the complicated process of updating your device by manually flashing a ROM File or a factory image, there is actually an easier method to experience Android 7.0 on your Nexus device right now. You just need to opt into the Android 7 Nougat Beta program, now extended further by Google. Read on to find out how and if you are eligible for the beta.
· Go to the Android Beta Program portal on your device and sign in
· Remember to use the account that you have associated with your target Nexus smartphone, while logging in
· Scroll down and you should see a list of Your Eligible Devices
· The Nexus smartphone or tablet that you are trying to enrol into the Beta program should be on that list
· Tap on Enrol Device and follow the steps as directed from there on
· An OTA download should now begin which will upgrade your system to Android 7.0 Nougat
The list of eligible devices include Pixel C, General Mobile 4G (Android One), Nexus Player, Nexus 9, Nexus 6, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P as of now. The good news is that unlike earlier builds, now you won't actually need to factory data reset your smartphone if you decide to opt out of the Beta program. It can be done by simply leaving the program from the Android Beta Program Page.