Tips & Tricks to Back up iPhone
I've backed up my iPhone with iTunes from time to time, being afraid of losing anything in the future. However, recently, when I accidently deleted some important files on my iPhone and wanted to restore iPhone with iTunes backup, only to find that some songs and videos were still lost.
Like the user above, you might have backed up iPhone with iTunes regularly. However, later when you try to restore iPhone, only to find that some media files, like music and videos are still lost. That's the situation that iPhone users always encounter. To help you avoid the problem, I'd like to share with you tips and tricks for how to back up your iPhone.
If you've visited Apple support site, you can see the sentence "Media files synced from your computer aren't backed up, but can be restored by syncing with iTunes". When your computer or iTunes crashed, what will you do? Lost these media files forever? No way. Actually, you can back up media files directly from iPhone to PC or Mac in only 2 steps.
Step 1. Download and install Wondershare TunesGo
Both Wondershare TunesGo (Windows) and Wondershare TunesGo (Mac) are available. You can download and install the right version for your computer. Now Wondershare TunesGo (Mac) supports backing up iPhone music, videos, and photos to Mac. Wondershare TunesGo (Windows) supports backing up iPhone music, videos, photos, SMS, and Contacts to Windows PC.
Step 2. Back up iPhone music and videos to computer
Connect your iPhone with computer and launch Wondershare TunesGo. After they are connected successfully, you'll see iPhone is displayed in the starting window. From the window, you will find iPhone music and video. Select wanted songs and videos, click "Export to" or "Export".
It's very easy to back up iPhone apps, wallpaper, calendar accounts, Home screen, etc. Connect your iPhone with your iTunes with the latest iTunes. Click View > Show Sidebar. Then from the left side, under Device, right click your iPhone. From the drop-down list, click "Back Up"
This is how to back up iPhone media files and other files. Part 2 is for backing up your iPhone apps, settings, calendar. Because iTunes doesn't support backing up iPhone media files, so you need to learn how to back iPhone media files on part 1. While coming part 1 and part 2, I am sure you'll no longer worry about iPhone file loss issues.
Try Wondershare TunesGo to backup iPhone media files now!