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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by mayito24, Dec 29, 2011.
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Well, if these are photos that your took w/ your iPad (i.e. saved to the Camera Roll) and did not back up in some fashion (e.g. iTunes sync, Cloud, etc.), then I'm afraid there is no hope for recovery - let us know if you did some type of 'back up'? Dave
Only works if the pictures were in the Camera Roll. iCloud backups also include the Camera Roll, if it is turned on in the iCloud Storage and Backup options.
If the pictures were are not in a backup (which is an all or nothing restore), then they are gone.
It's far too late for me to be saying this here, but in the future, never, never, never trust important files or pictures to just one device or computer.
THUMBS UP! to the above statement - I don't know 'how many' posts that I've seen on multiple forums asking to restore deleted files, regardless of their type, and the first question asked is whether a BACKUP (BU) exists - of course, the usual response is NO!
On my (now) Apple computers (iMac for my wife & MBPro for me), I have 3 BU plans: 1) Time Machine on each computer to external HDs; 2) CCC (Carbon Copy Clone) which I do about once a week (should do daily but we're not that active & not work related); and 3) Personal files (i.e. docs, music, pics) to Carbonite online for my wife & a SSD external drive for my laptop. In my estimate this is probably the bare minimum - if this was work related, I'd probably also have off-site storage if a weather-related catastrophe might be a consideration - who knows if a flood or tornado may hit your house and/or business? Dave