iCloud is the official way to transfer data on iOS devices, but it only offer 5GB of free storage space for each user. Therefore, many users don’t want to use iCloud for data transfer. But don’t worry! Here is a step-by-step guide on how to transfer data via iTunes:
Step 1: Install iTunes (if not already installed)
Ensure that you have iTunes installed on your PC. If it’s not installed, you can download and install it from the official Apple website.
Step 2: Connect Your iPhone to Your PC & Open iTunes
Use a USB cable to connect your iPhone to your PC and tap Trust if you see a prompt on your iPhone screen > Launch iTunes on your PC. It should recognize your iPhone and display its icon in the upper-left corner of the iTunes window.
Step 3: Transfer Data
Now, you can transfer data from your iPhone to your PC:
It’s worth noting that transferring data with iTunes may meet some errors due to poor network connection, which may cause data loss. To avoid such issues, it’s highly recommended to use FoneTool - a free and safe iOS backup and transfer tool which doesn’t require network connection.
All-in-one mobile data manager helps you backup, transfer, manage data on your iOS and Android devices quickly and easily.
1Run FoneTool and connect your iPhone to your computer using a USB cable.
2Choose Phone Transfer feature > Move the cursor to the iPhone to PC option > Click Start Transfer to initiate the transfer.
3Click "+" to select the specific files you intend to transfer and click OK to confirm > Initiate the transfer by clicking Start Transfer in next page.
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