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Lost pictures after iOS failure (no backup)

I am devastated.

After replacing a faulty screen for my iPhone 6 Plus, I attempted to update to the newest iOS 10.3.2 (or something) and my phone just CRASHED. After the "verifying" stage it turned off and never turned back on again. Hard reset was prompting me to restore using iTunes.

After "restore" did NOT work, DFU mode did NOT work (for data recovery), iTunes forced me to fully factory reset.

I had to factory reset THREE TIMES until I got the phone to turn on. Needless to say that all my data is gone.

I had NO backup of my camera roll whatsoever. I had a day-before iCloud device backup, without pictures though.

Question to you, did anybody EVER managed to recover deleted data after factory reset directly from iPhone?

I just tried dr.fone software which found some data, but did NOT found the pictures I was looking for. Do you think I have a chance?

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Unfortunately, you have lost your data, any 3rd party programs will not be able to recover any lost files you are looking to recover, apple encrypt all your files with encryption keys, and all of those encryption keys are not available to anyone, not even these pseudo 3rd party recovery tools.

however, if you are willing to pay the price, there are legitimate professional services that can, recover your data, but of course typically at a hefty price.

here are a few; Ontrack. DataSavers. Gillware.

from my research, DataSavers are probably your best guaranteed bet, as they've been around since 85' and have an amazing track record.

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Just a quick note and update to my previous answer so that I can address @phexism comment. First of all, in this particular case, with 3 factory resets, there is NO POSSIBILITY of recovering this data on a modern iPhone with encryption. The data is scrambled, the encryption keys are lost! No company has ever proven or established that it can be done.

Secondly, when dealing with iPhone data recovery, places like Ontrack, DataSavers, Gillware are certainly not the first choices I would select as they specialize more in hard disks. Generally speaking, they tend to charge outrageous amounts of money for iPhone recoveries while offering nothing more (and often times, much less) than your experienced smartphone microsoldering tech. There are so many great techs like Jessa & Mark, Ben, Jason, @rany and countless others (including myself ;-) who freely share their discoveries with the world and who charge fair fees to recover priceless data.

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@refectio Hi ! Is that the same for only one factory reset ? I'm in the same case

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Hello Eytan, data recovery after a factory reset is not possible.

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There are some data recovery software programs available but I haven't used any of them and could not say for certain if they even work. Most of them focus on recovering data from iTunes (on your computer) backups. If you have a recent iTunes backup, you could restore it to your device.

However, as far as actually recovering data from the phone, I don't know if anything really works. Check out Tenorshare, they have something that claims to do this but caveat emptor applies.

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Hello, this is a question that I would be very grateful for if answered. I am in desperate need to know if Phonerescue works to recover photos after a factory reset without icloud backup as I dont have it on for photos.

Please let me know if you happen to know. Thank you.

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@evaaaa after a factory reset, data recovery is not possible.

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Let me give you closure:

There would have been possibility to recover everything the first time your update failed.

Now that the iPhone has been formatted there is absolutely no way to recover any data from your iPhone itself. The data was encrypted and the key is lost. Even if some method allowed you to extract bits and pieces of data from the iPhone, there is no way you could decrypt them.

Now for the possible: like @refectio (Minho) said, you may have data stored in a recent (or not so recent) back-up on iCloud or on your/any laptop you previously synced with.

You can use iExplorer or similar applications to explore your computer looking for a back-up and can extract your data from it. Some applications like Wondershare can also check your iCloud account for the same.

Manually, you can go to iCloud.com, sign in with your Apple ID and password and see if any of your photos appear there (that's different from a full back-up that could be there as well).

You can also start iTunes, click on "iTunes>Preferences>Devices" and see if you have a back-up listed there.

Good luck!

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I am currently living the software fail. Is there a way to recover the data, since I have not performed a factory reset? Phone is currently sitting with a black screen and apple logo. I repeat, factory reset hasn't been done and phone cn be put into recovery mode, but iTunes doesn't seem to be able to download any software updates

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Check If the iPhone is Synced with iTunes or iCloud. iCloud will automatically back up your device each day through network .

Check whether there is a latest backup on your computer or iCloud that could contain the photos you want. If you had turned on iCloud, the photos could also be backed up to iCloud.

MiniTool Mobile Recovery for iOS Free is an easy-to-use iPhone data recovery tool. It can recover lost contacts, messages, photos, notes, videos, etc. from all iOS devices. MiniTool Mobile Recovery for iOS Free is such a solution that gets your lost data back.

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The most important thing you need to know about data recovery is that data recovery is possible only if the lost data is not overwritten. Conversely, if the lost data is overwritten, you will not be able to retrieve the data. As far as I know, dr.fone does a good job of data recovery, as you can see from some data. Moreover, after three factory resets, your picture is likely to have been overwritten. You can try other iOS data recovery tools to verify, such as iMyfone D-Back.

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