Extract iPhone Backups on Mac OS X [How To]

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Do you want to extract your iPhone backups? Well, You can easily extract your iPhone backups by using an application. The name of this app is Backup Extractor. You can download Backup Extractor app for your Mac OS X from here. Now simply follow the step by step instructions posted below in order to extract your iPhone backups on Mac OS X.

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INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1. First you have to download and install Backup Extractor on your mac OS X.

STEP 2. Now you have to launch Backup Extractor from the applications folder by simply double clicking on iPhone Backup Extractor icon.

STEP 3. In order to display the iPhone backups on your system simply click Read Backups button.

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STEP 4. Now from the list you have to select the backup you would like to extract and then click Choose button.

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STEP 5. Now you will be able to see a list of the different application settings that can be extracted. Now from the list you have to make a selection and then click Extract button.

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STEP 6. Now you have to choose a location for the extraction, Now navigate to the folder of your choice then click the Choose button.

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STEP 7. Now simply go to the folder that you have specified for extraction, Now within this folder you will find a folder named iPhone OS Files.

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Now you will find the extracted system settings and data within iPhone OS Files folder. From this folder you will be able to get all extracted data. In this way you can extract your iPhone backups on Mac OS X. If you find any difficulty in following the above steps then feel free to ask in the comment section below. [Via]

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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