The way to view encrypted iPhone backup files is quite simple, but it requires you to have the encryption password used when creating the backup. Apple uses strong encryption to protect your data, and without the password, you won’t be able to access the contents of the backup.
Here’s how you can view encrypted iPhone backup files with iTunes:
Step 1: Locate the Encrypted Backup
Step 2: Enter the Encryption Password
Then, you’ll need to enter the encryption password when prompted. This password is the key to unlocking the encrypted backup.
Step 3: View the Backup Files
Once the encrypted backup is unlocked, you can access its contents on Windows: C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\. Inside the backup folder, you’ll see a series of folders with randomly generated names, each corresponding to a different backup, including app data, messages, photos, and other content.
Besides, if you want to view specific types of data within the backup (e.g., messages, contacts), you may use third-party tools such as FoneTool to display this information in a more user-friendly manner.
All-in-one mobile data manager helps you backup, transfer, manage data on your iOS and Android devices quickly and easily.
1Connect your iPhone to your PC > Run FoneTool > Go to Phone Backup > Choose the Full Backup option and click Get Started.
2Click Enable Backup Encryption to set the backup password and click OK > Select the backup storage path > Click the Start Backup button.
3Go to Backup History and click the Restore icon > Select the desired iPhone backup > Click Start Restore > Enter your password and click OK to begin the task.
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