iPhone Backup Extractor 184.108.40.2065 released
2 nouvelles fonctionnalités
As of today, we're making a big change: today's release of iPhone Backup Extractor 220.127.116.115 makes access to encrypted backups available to all of our users with iPhone Backup Extractor. We're making this change retroactively for all users on the
Home editions, so they'll get the feature without any additional cost, despite having bought their licenses back in 2008! We've also bumped up the number of devices (from 2 to 5) that can be accessed for users on our
We're committed to helping people make use of their iOS devices in a secure way, and we're keen to encourage use of encrypted backups and two-factor authentication (2FA). 2FA is already free for all of our iCloud users. With this change, all users of iPhone Backup Extractor are able to benefit from the protection afforded to them by encrypted backups.
- Feature Encrypted iTunes backups are now supported in the Basic plan. All of the encrypted backup limitations have been removed. Previously the Basic plan would only let you recover 4 files from an encrypted backup, now you can recover all of your data from an unlimited number of iTunes backups. You asked, we listened.
- Feature The Premium plan enjoys an increase for the iCloud devices to recover iOS data from. 5 iCloud devices supported uplifted from the original 2 iCloud devices, which makes it a better all-round option.
- Improvement We changed the iTunes encrypted backup icon and added a very foreboding padlock; it beefs up the classic iTunes icon and lets everyone know what’s what. This just to further help you distinguish each backup at a glance without the need for selecting the backup itself.
- Improvement We improved the icons in the AppView and removed the meaningless bright blue icon and replaced it with a classy Apple on a gray background. It is really an aesthetic change to make the entire program more consistent in look and feel.
- Improvement Mac users will notice The file menu extract by folder option will now opens to the default iTunes backup folder; you don’t need to take the scenic route to your backup folder anymore.
- Improvement Windows users, We have continued the hard work on Photo previews in Windows. The Photos should be even quicker again this week, the quest will go on until the Photos are previewed faster than a dog can eat a hamburger.
- Fix A bug in the file menu was fixed. Previously performing multiple file menu extractions would extract the same data every time regardless of the file selected. It was like something out of a Black Mirror episode. Now using the File menu extraction will extract all the correct data every time, more like an episode of Happy Days. While we were in there we also threw in an extra message box asking you where you want to put the data. This will help you keep all of your recovered data in the one location.
- Fix iCloud backups with very large files would sometime throw an error called JSON Parse error. Well, not anymore. JSON Parse has officially left the building.
- Fix Added full task acknowledgment to the servers which means that if any servers drop out the task will not be lost. This will help keep the iCloud downloads fast, efficient and complete.