(1)I have an old itunes backup file for my i phone and I would like to extract the contacts list from it?
(2)How do you extract iPhone address book data from a backup? I recently got rid of my 8 gb iPhone and I was wondering if there was anyway to open/extract my address book from a backup file in Itunes so that I can add my contacts to my new phone.
(3)I need a free itunes backup extraction software for the mac?
As we know, iTunes is used to generate a backup file for every idevice that has been synced with it, easier for late restore when there is a such need. But you should know that those backup files are not allowed to access or preview. It means you can't directly take any data out of iTunes backup files. If you want to use it for your iDevice again, you'd better try iTunes backup extractor.
How to Extract iTunes Backup for Your iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS - iPhone Data Recovery?
Step 1. Extract iTunes backup. Download, install and run the program on your computer and you'll get the primary window as follow. To start the process, you'll have to select your device mode and then choose "Recover from iTunes backup file" mode to scan iTunes backup of your device.
Step 2. All iTunes backup files will be found and displayed here. Find the one for your device, select it and click to "Start Scan" button.
Step 3. Preview and recover iTunes backup contents. When the extract over, all contents of your iTunes backup will be listed in categories. You can preview details one by one. Check the data category and find what you want and click "Recover" button to restore them to your Mac with one click.
Tips: Note: iOS Data Recovery can Extract iTunes Backup for all iOS Devices, including iPhone 6/ 6 Plus
1. Supported iOS devices: iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, The new iPad, iPad 2/1 & iPod touch 5/4.
2. Recover 11 kinds of files: Contacts, Messages, Call history, Calendar, Notes, Reminder, Safari bookmark, Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Message attachments and Voice memos.
3. Recover deleted data: Recover not only existing data in the backup, but also those data deleted from your device before you made the backup, as long as they were not overwritten.