How to Retrieve Deleted Photos on iPad with/without Backup - 4 Easy Ways
Photos are often the biggest culprit in the memory of the iPad, and deleting unnecessary photos on the iPad is a very effective way to clean up the memory. However, when deleting photos, you must be careful to prevent accidentally deleting some valuable photos. Well, even if this mistake has already occurred, don't worry too much because we have many ways to recover deleted photos from iPad.
In the following section, we will show you four iPad photo recovery methods. No matter what reason you lost your cherished photos, the following methods can help you recover deleted pictures from iPad Pro/Air/4/mini in the fastest and easiest way.
In order to prevent users from accidentally deleting some important files or data, the iPad has a function similar to the recycle bin on the computer, called "Recently Deleted" folder, which stores recently deleted files. Apple stated that you would have a 30-day grace period during which you can go to the "Recently Deleted" folder to view the deleted photos and restore them to the camera roll with one click. (iPhone users can navigate to the page: How to get iPhone photos back from Recently Deleted album.)
How to find deleted photos on iPad from the Recently Deleted folder?
- Open the Photos app on your iPad.
- Go to Album > Other Albums > Scroll down to choose the "Recently Deleted" album.
- Tap on the "Select" option from the top right corner.
- Preview and select the pictures you want to recover by tapping on them.
- Tap on the "Recover" button in the bottom right corner to undelete iPad photos.
No deleted pictures can be found in the "Recently Deleted" folder. This may be because the 30-day recovery period has passed. If so, you can use third-party iPad photo recovery software mentioned in way 4 to recover permanently deleted photos from iPad.
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iTunes is a great tool for data backup for your iPad, iPhone and iPod. You can also retrieve lost photos on iPad by restoring data from iTunes backup. The prerequisite is that you have backed up your iPad to iTunes before the photos are lost.
How to get deleted photos back on iPad from iTunes backup:
- Open iTunes on your computer and plug your iPad into this computer via its supplied cord.
- Click the iPad icon when it appears in the upper-left corner of iTunes.
- Under the "Summary" section, choose the "Restore Backup..." option at the right column.
- Choose the iTunes backup record that may contain your lost photos, and click "Restore".
Note: Please note that using this method, all data currently on your iPad, not just photos, will be replaced by the backup content. If you do not want to lose the existing data on the iPad, please choose this method carefully.
If you have enabled iCloud backup, your deleted photos should be contained in the iCloud backup file. Then, you will be able to recover lost photos on iPad by restoring them from an iCloud backup.
How to recover deleted pictures from iPad using iCloud?
- On your iPad, head over to "Settings" > "General" > "Reset" > "Erase all Content and Settings" option.
- On the pop-up screen, tap on the "Erase iPhone" option.
- Wait for all data on the iPad to be erased. Then, you will see your iPad starting with the Welcome or Hello screen.
- Follow the on-screen instructions until you get the "Apps & Data" screen.
- Tap the "Restore from iCloud Backup" option and log in to your iCloud account.
- Finally, select the iCloud backup you want to restore and click on "Restore" again.
Once done, you should be able to find all the deleted photos back on your iPad.
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The bad thing is that you didn't find the photos you want in the "Recently Deleted" folder. So, are we desperate? Not necessarily! We can use the most professional iPad Photo Recovery software - MobiKin Doctor for iOS, to find and restore deleted photos from iTunes backup, without deleting data on your iPad.
What Makes iPad Photo Recovery Stand out:
- Recovers deleted photos from iPad without deleting any data on your device.
- Supports restoring data from iTunes backup.
- Data like videos, contacts, messages, call history, notes, calendar, etc., can also be retrieved.
- Enables you to preview deleted photos before recovering.
- Supports all the models of iPad, including iPad/iPad 2/iPad 3/iPad 4/iPad Air/iPad Air 2/iPad mini/iPad mini 2/iPad mini3/iPad mini4/iPad Pro, etc.
- It never tracks its users' privacy.
Now, let's see how this iPad data recovery software works. Free download it to your PC or Mac computer prior, and then follow the steps below.
How to recover deleted photos from iPad without data loss using iPad Photo Recovery?
Step 1. Install and launch the program right away. Choose the "Recover from iTunes Backup File" module from the interface to let the software detect the iTunes backup records on your computer. After that, highlight the backup file you need and click "Start Scan" to move on.
Step 2. After the scan, all your iPad data will be categorized on the main interface. Here, just select "Camera Roll" and "Photos", and click "Start Scan" to scan out all photos in the iTunes file.
Step 3. Preview and select the pictures you want back and click on the "Recover to Computer" button to restore the wanted photos.
You can also go for "Recover from iOS Device" modes from the primary interface of the program to get back deleted contacts and text messages from iOS devices directly, without any backup.
These are just a few ways to recover deleted photos from iPad. Which method do you find most useful so far? In my opinion, recovering deleted photos from iPad with the help of MobiKin Doctor for iOS is the most efficient. Regardless of whether you have made a backup beforehand, and whether your device is available, it can easily retrieve what you want.
Of course, in addition to photos, you can also use the iPad Photo Recovery to recover other types of data, such as contacts, call logs, music, videos, and messages. What do you think of this software? Have you downloaded and tried it for free? Please post your thoughts in the comments section below.