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Thread: [Mac Tutorial] How to Extract your iPhone Backups

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    Default [Mac Tutorial] How to Extract your iPhone Backups
    Programs needed:
    iPhone Backup extractor Link:
    Code:
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=5WPLLJPT
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    Step 1: Download iPhone Backup extractor -> Extract (Programs suggested UnRaRX] -> Drag application into your Applications folder to install it.


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    Step 2: Double click iPhone backup extractor app


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    Step 3: Click Read backups. [Shows the iPhone backups currently saved on your computer]




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    Step 4: Pick the Backup you want to extract from the list. -> Click Choose

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    Step 5: iPhone Backup Extractor will now show a list of application settings which it can extract.  Choose applications you want [In this case iPhone OS Files]-> click extract.


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    Step 6: Program will ask you where to extract on your hard drive. -> Pick a destination to extract files.  -> click the Choose button.


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    Step 7: Go to the folder you had chosen and see if it was successful. 
    Folder should be called iPhone OS  Files


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    There are many files with sqlitedb extension. If wish to open, use this program
    SQLite Database Browser Link:
    Code:
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0HTEPZ1H
    Last edited by eZStaR; 2009-09-12 at 05:52 PM.

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    How about for Windows?
    I mean,is there any windows application which can backup,restore, and extract the backup file for iphone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hero_Monster View Post
    How about for Windows?
    I mean,is there any windows application which can backup,restore, and extract the backup file for iphone?
    i think this is what you're looking for. Reincubate: Labs: Backup Extractor for iPhone: Windows

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    There is a software call syncpod can copy the content and transfer music,movies,photos between iPod and iTunes,Mac~

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