QuickWhale iPhone Backup Browser FAQ
General questions and answers about QuickWhale iPhone Backup Browser, browse and recover the iPhone from iCloud or iTunes backup easily.
QuickWhale iPhone Backup Browser can view and extract files and data from any iTunes backup or iCloud backup of your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. It allows you to recover your important data even you lost or broken your iPhone. It also helps you to restore the information you deleted or removed from your iPhone by accident.
No. You don't need to install iTunes to use the program. There is no special system requirements to use the program, it just works.
No. The QuickWhale iPhone Backup Browser does not read content from iPhone directly, it reads and extracts iPhone backups from local computer or iCloud. That's why it can be used to recover your iPhone data even you lost the device. On the other hand, if you want to read the current updated information of your iphone, iPad, you can do a quick backup with iTunes or iCloud first, then, use the program to open this fresh backup to browse.
Yes! We value your privacy and our own reputation. The program will never store your iCloud or local backup password. Your local iTunes backup password will be only used to open iTunes backup, and your iCloud account information will be only send to Apple iCloud service to download required backups. We do NOT read or copy your personal information.
Almost everything in your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch can be viewed or recovered. Such as contacts, messages, notes, photos, call history, safari bookmark and histories, calendar events and much more. It can even be used to recover simple iPhone lock password for experienced users.
Yes, the QuickWhale iPhone Backup Browser is a complete iPhone data recover solution. It works with all kind of iTunes backups including password encrypted and iCloud backups. To open encrypted backups, you need to provide the password you used when doing backup in the iTunes.
Everytime you sync or connect your iPhone, iPad or other iOS devices to your iTunes, the iTunes will do a backup to store your iPhone data in your computer. This will ensure to recover your iPhone after an upgrade or other kind of system failure. You may also setup a backup from your device to iCloud account, in that situation the iPhone data will be uploaded to the iCloud instead of your local computer. QuickWhale iPhone backup browser works either way. All these backups are encrypted by Apple, there is no way to read and browse them as usual. Fortunatly, we found a method to simulate as iTunes and iPhone self to read those information, so, you can easily view and extract data from backups even without device connected.
PRO edition allows you to export selected information to some public format, such as HTML, vCards, Text etc. So you can import them to other applications or devices, or archive/back up them as you want. If you only need to open and view the content of local and iCloud backups, Free edition should work for you as well.