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Hi Could someone please tell me how to extract the save game data/progress for installed apps? I don't want to restore from back up as I believe the back up
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    Default How to extract save game data from installed apps?
    Hi

    Could someone please tell me how to extract the save game data/progress for installed apps?

    I don't want to restore from back up as I believe the back up is corrupted.

    Thanks for any info.

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    Go to /var/mobile/Applications and then find the Application in one of the folders and then go to Documents and backup the save data on iFile. I believe there is a tutorial about this.

    Here's the tutorial:
    How to restore as "new", and keep your appstore app data/saved games
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    Hi

    Thanks for the info...the link refers to appbackup, which I would prefer not to use as it installs so many dependencies.

    Thanks.

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    Then do my first suggestion. Or try to make a new backup. If that doesn't work, repair iTunes and try again.
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    Nice guide
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    Here is the tutorial for your reference to extract data from iPad, you can have a try of it:
    Restore iPad data from backup files, with the help of iPad Data Extractor:
    1. Settings>General>Reset>Erase all content and settings
    2. You'll be asked twice to confirm
    3. You'll see Apple logo and progress bar
    4. You'll see a big iPad logo on screen
    5. Configuration start
    6. Set language
    7. Set country
    8. Select Network and input Password>Join
    9. Enable Location Service>Next
    10. You'll be given 3 options (a) Setup as New iPad (b) Restore from iCloud Backup (c)

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