How to Extract Deleted Photos and Pictures on iPad Air/Mini?
What would you do if you bought an iPad Air? Among the regular built-in apps, the cameral roll function may be the most frequently used by many of you, I suppose. With it, you can take photos to record the moments of your daily life. But unfortunate things may happen like the loss of the precious photos on your iPad. Those photos may of great value so it might frustrate you a lot. There are various causes that can result in the disappearance of the iPad photos such as erroneous deletion, virus attacks, water damage, unsuccessful iOS upgrade, factory resettings and so forth. No matter what reasons, what's done is done. But there is no need to worry about it. Many recovery programs are developed in the market for iPad users. To save your time, we have compared with different software and select the best one for you. It is MobiKin iPad Video Extractor (Windows/Mac). Being a third party tool, it is equipped with powerful functions to recover the lost data on iPad. It enables you to extract the deleted photos as well as other iPad data like contacts, videos, notes and more within a few clicks. Furthermore, it is compatible with any iOS device including all models of iPod and iPhone. It has two modes with which you can recover the deleted photos from iPad directly or from iTunes backup file. Now you can get a free trial version and follow the instructions in the next section.
Solution 1. Extract Deleted Photos and Pictures from iPad Air/Mini
Download a free trial version and install it on your computer. We will take Windows version to explain the steps. Mac users can turn to the Mac version. There are two modes of the iPad photo extractor software. First, we are going to illustrate the default mode.
Step 1 Link iPad Air to the Computer and Launch the Software
Launch the program and link your iPad to the computer. Choose the default mode "Recover from iOS Device" and hit "StartScan" to scan your iPad data. If you haven't jailbreaked your iPad, you have to jailbreak your iPad first, otherwise the program won't recognize your iPad. If your iPad is jailbroken, you can skip this step.
Step 2 Take a Brief Look at the Window
When the scanning process is finished, you will see the information of your iPad on the popped-up window including the device type, serial number and iOS version, etc. Go through them briefly and move to the last step.
Step 3 Extract the Deleted Photos on iPad
Click the "Camera Roll" or "Photo Stream" on the left sidebar and preview the items on the right panel. Then you can tick the deleted photos you took or the pictures you've downloaded and hit the "Recover" button to extract and save them to your computer.
Solution 2. Extract Lost Photos from iPad iTunes Backup File
If you have backed up the data on your iPad before, you can skip the first mode and select the second mode. This mode doesn't require you to connect your iPad to the computer so you just need to extract your lost iPad photos from iTunes backup file.
To start with, open the program and choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode. Then select your iPad backup file and click "StartScan" to scan your iPad data. Next you can simply take the same measures just as we mentioned above in the first mode to restore the deleted photos on your iPad.
Tip: Eventually you have gotten back the deleted photos on iPad with the iPad photo extractor program. You can also recover other iPad data such as videos, notes, bookmarks and more with this software. Give it a try now by clicking the icons below.