If you've lost data from the Pic Lock 3 app (by i-App Creation Co., Ltd.) after upgrading to iOS 11, please contact our support team using the contact information below. So long as the data is present in your backup, we will be able to assist you in recovering it with iPhone Backup Extractor.
If you are a Mac user, please make sure you have the option to view hidden files enabled. You can enable this from Finder by pressing on
⌘ Cmd +
⇧ Shift +
Users will see the application presents under App View similarly to the screenshot below:
Pic Lock 3 has been removed from the AppStore, orphaning user data. Before it was removed, the app was advertised as "Pic Lock 3 Ultimate Free - Lock your Photo & Video, Note, Password, Contact, Message, Todos, Location, and Audio". Its description ran "with Pic Lock you can hide and protect all your private media in a very safe place". It used the following namespace: