Tenorshare Updates iPhone Data Recovery to the World’s 1st Data Recovery Software to Support iOS 7

Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 1st , 2013 — Tenorshare, as a leading global provider of professional data recovery software, now has updated its powerful and popular product, iPhone Data Recovery, to be the world’s 1st data recovery software to fully support iOS 7. With excellent performance, Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery can help to recover all deleted, lost data on all iOS 7 iPhone models.

Apple has released new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C with iOS 7, and users can 100% rely on the updated iPhone Data Recovery to recover files when they deleted or lost data on these 2 iPhone models. What’s more, this software also supports to recover lost data after updating to iOS 7 for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4. All the recovered files will be saved into readable formats, such as text contents in .txt, .xls, .xml, media contents in their original formats.

Key Features of Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery That Attract You
1.    Support all iOS 7 devices, including iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4.
2.    Recover data from iPhone 5S/5C, and restore lost data after iOS 7 update on iPhone 5/4S/4
3.    Support up to 12 types of iPhone files recovery, including photos, voice memos, call history, text messages (iMessages, WhatsApp), notes, calendar, Safari bookmarks and restore iPhone contacts after iOS 7 update etc.
4.    Provide 2 data recovery modes: recover data directly from iPhone without backup, and restore iPhone data from iTunes backup file.
5.    Backup & transfer iPhone data to local computer.

Price and Availability
iPhone Data Recovery to support iOS 7 is now available for $59.95 (available until Oct. 1st). For more information, or to download free trial versions please visit:

About Tenorshare
Tenorshare is one of the world's top software companies providing iPhone utilities, data tools, system utilities, PDF tools, and video tools. Boasting the most comprehensive and

innovative software, we've built a reputation for delivering efficient and easy-to-use solutions. For more information, please visit http://www.any-data-recovery.com/

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iOS 7 Lost Contacts: Tell You How to Recover iPhone Lost Contacts after iOS 7 Update

Frankly speaking, in my opinion, the iOS 7 released few days ago still not satisfactory. I joined a hot topic which discuss the bugs of iOS 7 and found lots of imperfections such as apps crash quite often, usability has decreased, have problems when syncing etc. According to statistics, the most annoying thing is the contacts lost after iOS 7 update for no reason.

When I update my iPhone 5 to IOS 7 all my contacts are deleted. I have never sync my iPhone to the iTunes before. All of the contacts were on my phone only. Is there any way that I can get my contacts and photos back given that I never backed up?

And I also read question as “Will I lose all my contacts if I update to iOS 7?” The most important thing is, I am one of the people who lost contacts after iOS 7 update. For these reasons, I decide to write down how I can recover lost contacts after iOS7 update, hoping to help more people.

lost contacts iOS 7


Guide 1: How to restore contacts on iOS 7 without Backup

Contacts gone after iOS 7 update and haven’t sync iPhone with iTunes before? Although the contacts was deleted or lost, it still reserved in the iPhone memory. That’s mean you can restore lost contacts from iPhone unless the lost contacts are overwritten by the new data. Several ways to recover contacts from backup yet only one way to recover iPhone contacts no backup, that’s use iOS 7 Data Recovery software. 

Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery program is professional software for iPhone 5S/5C and iPhone 5/4S/4, also work for iPad. Not only can you retrieve lost contacts after iOS 7 upgrade, but the lost photos, text messages, notes, videos, call history, bookmarks and more files on iOS 7. Free download iPhone Data Recovery software from http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/iphone-data-recovery.html and recover iPhone contacts without backup by following the 3 simple steps below:

Step one: Download program and install it on your computer. Then connect your iPhone with computer. After you launch this program, you can get the interface below:

iOS 7 data recovery software

Step two: Choose “Recover Data from iOS Device” as recovery mode and click “Start Scan” to scan for the contacts disappear iOS 7.
Note: iPhone 4 and iPad users need to enter DFU mode for scanning.
See the details:
1. Click "Start" and then press "Home" and "Power" button at the same time.
2. Hold them for about 10 seconds (the program will count it for you).
3. After 10 seconds passed, release "Power" and keep pressing "Home" for another 10 seconds.

Step three: You can preview all found data in categories after scanning completed. To preview contacts, you can choose “Contacts” in the left corner. Mark the lost contacts when updated to iOS 7 and click “Recover”.

Guide 2: How to recover lost contacts after iOS7 update from Backup

You can find the information on the internet as things need to do before update to iOS 7, one of the tips is telling the importance of data backup. I think the man who write such tip must have experienced lost data when update to iOS 5/iOS 6. No exact explanations for the data loss on iOS upgrade or downgrade by far, the best way to prevent data loss is to backup your iPhone data. The backup file guarantee you get lost contacts back 100%.

If you are lucky to sync your iPhone with iTunes before update to iOS 7, then the second recovery mode “Recover Data from iTunes Backup file” is the quick and easy way for you to restore iPhone contacts from iTunes. You can click “How to Restore iPhone Contacts after iOS 7 Update” to view more the details.

It’s quite easy to restore lost contacts iOS 7 upgrade with iPhone Data Recovery software, right? Likewise, if you lost data when downgrade iOS 7 to iOS 6, you can recover lost contacts in the same way.


Fix iPhone Wi-Fi not Working Problem: A How-to Guide

Without wifi, almost all the features on iPhone could be eclipsed. It is even more unacceptable is that we have Wi-Fi but the iPhone wifi not working. Some people, like my cousin, would take the iPhone to the repair shop when meet such situation, for they think it is a complicate job that they rather to spend some money to avoid such trouble.  Actually, it is very easy to fix iPhone wifi not working, as easy as spell 1234567.

Yesterday I met my cousin on the street and she told me her iPhone 5 wifi not working after jailbreak and she was finding a repair shop. I told her I can solve this problem, and actually, you also can solve such problem by yourself.
Fix iPhone Wi-Fi not Working


Factory Reset is Not Recommend

For convenience, someone factory reset iPhone directly. Indeed, factory reset iPhone is a universal way for the software problem on iPhone, and I did found this method on the internet, but I do not recommend. Restore iPhone will lose everything and we have to reinstall many apps. Besides, some ways are much easier and better than restore iPhone. If you have to do so, you can go to the article I wrote some time ago about how to deal with iPhone is disable connect to iTunes issues to learn how to factory reset iPhone step by step.

To the low-level Wi-Fi not working

iPhone wifi connected but not working, wifi discontinue suddenly or other mildly reason, following the below process to see if it can help.
Touch Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings.
It is very simple, but I can't promise it will work. If you are lucky, you don’t need to try the next method.

Re-join the network

Can’t get Wi-Fi to work use iPhone OS 3.0 and later firmware, it's completely grayed out after installing iOS6, and …
Re-join the network is the fastest way to check Wi-Fi issue and resume connecting again.
Follow along for a few tips of re-joining to get iPhone no Wi-Fi fix:
1.    Click Wi-Fi after running the Settings app on iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS.
2.    The, you can see a blue arrow close to the name of network, tap it.
3.    Tap on Forgot this network and tap Forget on the verify box.
4.    Return to the previous screen by taping the Wi-Fi tab.
5.    Highlight the Wi-Fi network name and rejoin it.

Still can’t get the satisfactory solution? You have better advice? Leave your comments below or join the discussion “I updated to IOS 6 but my WiFi won't work!