How to restore my iPhone to a previous date

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Each time that you connect your iPhone to your Mac or PC computer, the iTunes software performs a full backup of the data on your phone. To restore your iPhone to a previous date: Launch iTunes and connect your iPhone to your computer using an iPhone USB cable.Highlight the name of your iPhone from the "Devices" list on the left side of the window.Click on the "Restore" button. Choose the "Back Up" option in the dialog box that appears. By choosing this option, you will ensure that you…More?



How do you restore a jailbreak iPhone

Plug your iPhone into your computer and open iTunes. Select the iPhone from the left hand side and click the "Restore" button.iTunes will ask you if you want to back up your iPhone first. When iTunes backs up your iPhone, it only backs up non-jailbreak specific information like your contacts and photos. If you want to keep all your data, click "Back Up". MORE?

How do u restore an iphone 3gs

# Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed and running # Connect your device to your computer. # Select your iPhone when it appears in iTunes under Devices. # Select the Summary tab. # Select the Restore option. # When prompted to back up your settings, select Back Up. If you have just backed up the device, it is not necessary to create another.

How can i restore my iphone when its not recognized by my computer

Plug your iPhone into your computer and open iTunes. Select the iPhone from the left hand side and click the "Restore" button. If it is not recognized from your computer, try another computer. If that doesn’t work then call customer service. !



7 Responses to “How to restore my iPhone to a previous date”

Computer can’t restore from a previous date?01- how to restore windows to prevois date? 02- What’s the reason that PC isn’t dispalying mouse and keyboard on screen?

By rollo tamasi March 31st, 2013 at 01:41:44
 

To restore your computer to a previous date, you will need to go to start, then to all programs,accessories, system tools and system restore. This will work on most computers. Once there follow the directions and choose the date you want to restore t

By steveprice March 31st, 2013 at 04:43:49
 

Restoring Outlook to a previous date is done by restoring a backup file into the program. To create a backup, use Outlook’s import and export features. You can then use the restore feature of your computer’s operating system to restore Outl…http://www.ehow.com/how_6956619_restore-outlook-previous-date.html

By Rand M March 31st, 2013 at 06:28:22
 

Adding a new hardware device or software package to your computer is an excellent way to make the PC more useful and make yourself more productive. But unfortunately, that software and hardware can sometimes cause conflicts and prevent your…http://www.ehow.com/how_5786019_restore-pc-previous-date.html

By dreamweb March 31st, 2013 at 08:09:18
 

Can I restore my imac to a previous date? I have restored my computer password, so I followed the instructions as we lost the admin for forgotten password and inserted the the

By alahmed March 31st, 2013 at 10:42:56
 

Apple calender on Ipad and Iphone lost past dates and wont restore them? I do shift work which is unpredictable. I like to keep track of the days i work and the days I have off and my vacation time for the whole year and even the previous year. The app has seemed to have lost what I put in it for even from the first of the year when I had originally put it all in. and wont go back the previous year. I tried putting info in and it disappears! I have icloud and it’s stll not working right. I know how to use the app but I cant figure out why it wont save the data and I dont know how far back it goes to save the data. I have several different calanders (ie. different colors for different events such as days off, days at work, appointments, holiday) but when i change say from a day of work to a day off it loses the data. What the heck is going on?

By memoriess March 31st, 2013 at 12:58:07
 

Paige_Kate8fan LOL! I see you couldn’t wait for the 5 to come out! I don’t blame you… iPhone are so much fun!

By JourneyDeep March 31st, 2013 at 15:02:40
 

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