Release notes and changelogs for iPhone Backup Extractor
iPhone Backup Extractor 126.96.36.199 released
2 improvements1 fixes
The latest release of iPhone Backup Extractor includes a number of improvements. Don't forget iPhone Backup Extractor can work with any backup created in iOS format!
Improvement Improved language support for iCAL and extracted file names; works for file names with diacritics
Improvement Extended Calendar including timezone data and recurrences
Fix Improved export & import contacts as CSV; works with Gmail and Outlook.
iPhone Backup Extractor 188.8.131.52 released
4 features1 improvements
We're happy to announce a new version of our much loved iPhone Backup Extractor is available to download. With a few modifications in terms of its functionality, the new version is ready for Apple iOS 5 backups.
Feature Updated contacts, SMS and notes for iOS 5 databases.
Feature Support for iMessages when extracting SMS. OMG!
Feature Auto-detect new date formats which are changeable in iOS 5
Feature Extended data parsing for iOS 5 calendars
Improvement Extended regional language formatting
iPhone Backup Extractor 184.108.40.206 released
We've just launched version 3 of the award-winning iPhone Backup Extractor. For those of you not familiar with iPhone Backup Extractor, it provides a way to recover information from the iPhone or iPad backup files that are automatically created when you sync your device with iTunes.
"But what use is that?", I hear you ask. Well if you lose or damage your phone then the only official way to recover the lost information is to sync your new phone. But in order to do this you've first got to buy a new phone and then hope that the restore process works properly (which is by no means guaranteed). And what if you've already got information on the new phone that you wish to keep (the Apple restore process wipes out anything already on the device)?
In those cases your only hope is to recover critical data from an existing iPhone backup file. And that's where iPhone Backup Extractor comes in. Since we launched the software in early 2009 we've helped thousands of people to recover data ranging from priceless family photos to business-critical contact data.
And with our latest update we've now added location extraction. If you've been following the recent newspaper reports then you'll know that it's been discovered that iPhone devices keep a record of where they've been. With iPhone Backup Extractor 3 you can retrieve this information as a KML file which can then be imported into Google Earth. Why not give it a go - you may be surprised just how accurate it can be!