Last Updated on June 16, 2020 by Jason Ben
To Backup iPhone is a very crucial action for you to make sure that you have a copy of all your iPhone information that you can use it when you iPhone doesn’t work, loss or damaged. With an iPhone backup, you can transfer all your iPhone data to a new iPhone or just get it back to your reset iPhone. So the point here is that you must backup your iPhone information.
Now you know the importance of backing up an iPhone. But, How to do it? Actually, Apple has already provides you two good solution-backup iPhone to iCloud and backup iPhone to iTunes. However, for many people, iTunes is not a user-friendly app to use and iCloud need Wi-Fi Access. What’s more, you couldn’t choose those data type that you want to backup. To solve your problems, today I give more options.
When you don’t have iTunes at hand, I think iPhone Transfer will surely do you a great favor. iPhone Transfer is a super powerful for Phone users, no matter you are using iPhone, Android Phone or even Symbian Phone, It help you to transfer contacts, messages, photos, songs, videos, calendar, call logs and apps between those devices freely and seamlessly. Oh, And one more great features, iPhone Transfer is able to back up your phone(including iPhone, Android Phone, Symbian or BlackBerry) to your computer(supports Windows and Mac OS) and then you can restore those information back to your other phones. Now, I am going to show to how to backup iPhone to computer with it.
Before you start to the following steps, please get your iPhone, an USB cable, a computer with iPhone Transfer installed.
1 Launch the backup program and get your iPhone connected to computer with an USB cable. Go to Backup your iPhone section.
2 Once your iPhone is detected, the program will start to scan the device and list all data that you can back up in the middle table.
3 When the “Start Transfer” button is available, tick files that you want to backup and click “Start Transfer”.
iOS Data Recovery is also a reliable alternative to backup with iTunes and iCloud. With iOS Data Recovery you can backup up to 17 types of data involving contacts, text message, notes, reminder, call history, calendar, WhatsApp history, safari bookmark, camera roll, photo stream, voicemail, voice memo, photo library, app photos, app videos, app documents and Facebook massager. Of course, you can those files that you need to backup. In addition to backing up iPhone data, iOS Data Recovery focus on recovering lost/deleted iOS Data, you will learn more at How to recover iPhone deleted data. To handle this program is really easy as step123. With a truly intuitive interface, you just need to follow the guide, and you will have the work done. Now, let’s do it.
1 Launch the program and connect your iPhone to computer
Launch iOS Data Recovery on your computer and use an USB cable to get your iPhone connected to your computer. Your iPhone will be detected by the program soon, then just click Start Scan to activate scanning on your iPhone.
2 Go through all files listed, select those you need to backup
The scan process may take a little time. When it is done, you can preview all data listed and select the items that you need. Make sure that you have all your liked items ticked and click Recover button, in a few minute, you can find all those data on your computer.
I used to have an iPod Nano when I was in college. At those day you didn’t have any other choice to manage your songs without iTunes. In an iPod, the most important data is no more than songs and TV shows, even nowadays, for people who’s gone through those day, they find songs and music and much more precious than stuff like contacts and messages. If you are in that group, you should try TunesGo seriously. TunesGo is like an upgraded iTunes that focus on manage your multimedia between iPhone and computer. You can add and delete songs or videos, you can backup songs, movies, photos, TV shows, Podcasts, iTunes U, voice memos and playlists.