Three Simple Ways to Recover Deleted and Lost Contacts from iPhone 7/7 Plus

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Contacts loss can be a stern case especially for those who deal with many people in their daily life. Just imagine how rattled they will be when they delete all the contacts on their iPhone 7 while they have to contact one of his contacts promptly. So from this, you can profoundly realize the significance of the contacts on your phone. However, many unexpected things would happen in our life although we try our best to avoid it. So what if you delete contacts on your phone? The first thing you should do is to stop using it from the istant you realize delete it. Then the second thing you should do is to find a professional third-party iOS data recovery software. And here I highly recommend a wonderful software, iPhone Data Recovery.

As what I mentioned above, iPhone Data Recovery is proficient in data recovery. Almost all types of data, contacts, photos, music, calendars, videos included, can be recovered in more than one way. Have backup on iCloud/iTunes or not, iPhone Data Recovery can help you recover data you need. Actually, iPhone Data Recovery is more mighty than you imagine, being not noly good at data recovering, but also iOS system recovery, data backup and restore, data eraser. Users of iPhone 3S/4/4S/5/5S/5C/SE/6/6S/7/7 Plus/8/8 Plus/X can buy iPhone Data Recovery without hesitation because iPhone Data Recovery is fully compatible with iOS devices, and perfectly compatible with iOS 7/8/9/10/11. If you still have doubt, you can download the trial version and you can see the software allow you to priview the data before you recover them.

So it's time for me to introduce the elaborate operation of "How to Recover Lost Contacts from iPhone 7 (Plus)" with the help of iPhone Data Recovery. With only three steps can you achieve your target, so why not follow the instruction and have a try?


Three Ways to Restore Contacts from iPhone 7/7 Plus

Directly Recover Contacts from iPhone 7/7 Plus without Backup

Step 1. Connect Your iPhone with Computer

Launch iPhone Data Recovery and connect your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus to the PC. When your device is detected by the iPhone 7 Data Recovery, it will show you the window for "Recover from iOS Device" by default.

Step 2. Scan Your iPhone for the Deleted Data

Choose the types of file, and simply click the "Start Scan" button to let this program scan your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus to scan for lost data. The scanning process may last a few minutes, depending on the amount of data on your device. But if you want to save time, you can check "Contacts" only on the window.

Step 3. Preview the Scanned Data and Recover Data from Your iPhone

Wait for a while and the scanning result will be displayed on the window in categories, both deleted and existing data on your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus included. You can preview the found data one by one by checking it from the menu on the left side column. Check the item that you want to recover. After that, you can recover all checked content at one time by clicking on the "Recover to Computer". For contacts, you can also directly restore to your iPhone by clicking the "Recover to Device" button.

In addition to directly restore deleted contacts from your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, the program also allows you to scan and extract your deleted or lost contacts and more data from iTunes or iCloud backups with ease.

Restore iPhone 7 Contacts from iTunes Backup

Step 1. Install and run the Data Recovery for iPhone 7

Step 2. Choose the recovery mode and extract your backup file

When the primary window pop up, choose the "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode at the top column, then all the previous iTunes backup files on this computer will being displayed. According to your need, choose the one and click "Start Scan" to extract it.

Step 3. Connect iPhone to PC and restore your data

When the scanning is finished, you can see all the extracted result in the left sidebar. You ought to connect your iPhone to computer now. If done, tap to preview the detail information in the window on the right, mark those what you want, and click "Recover to Device" or "Recover to Computer" to directly restore them back to your iPhone.

Recover iPhone 7 Contacts from iCloud Backup

Step 1. Install and launch the Data Recovery for iPhone, then connect your iPhone to computer.

Step 2. Choose the recovery mode of "Recover from iCloud Backup Files" on the top of the primary interface, and log in your iCloud account.

Step 3. Scanning to extract your data from iCloud backup file

When your signed into your iCloud, you can see all the previous backup files. Now, select an iCloud bakcup file of your iPhone from the backup file list to download, and click "Scan" to extract it.

Step 4. Preview and recover whatever you want from the iCloud backup

The scanning will not spend too much of your time, once it finish, you can see all the extracted content from the selected iCloud backup, just tap to preview them one by one, choose whatever you want and click “Recover to Device” or "Recover to Computer" to get them back.

Note: Please do not let your iPhone disconnected during the recovery process.

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