How to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from a backup in macOS Catalina – Apple Support

How to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from a backup in macOS Catalina – Apple Support


Need to restore your iPhone,
iPad, or iPod touch from a backup on your Mac? Here’s how to do that or migrate to a new device
using the Finder, starting in macOS Catalina. First, make sure your device
is plugged in to your Mac. Next, open a Finder window and click your device name
in the sidebar under Locations. If this is your first time connecting your device
to your Mac, click Trust. Then tap Trust on your device
when prompted, and enter your device passcode
to confirm. Then you can either choose
to set it up as a new device or restore from a backup if you have a backup
already stored on your Mac. Click Continue. If your backup is encrypted, you’ll be prompted to enter
or confirm your password. Then click Restore. As your device restores
to this backup, it will reboot. Be sure to keep your device
plugged in until after it restarts
and wait for it to sync. And that’s how to restore
your device from a backup using the Finder. For more helpful tips, subscribe to
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11 thoughts on “How to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from a backup in macOS Catalina – Apple Support

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  3. Apple is the best ever!!!!!

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  6. pls help how do i get out of the deactivated mode

  7. Cool

  8. 0:24 iPhone XS? What about iPhone 11 Pro Max?

  9. I remember a special mode (like recover-mode) to install iOS completely from scratch. How is that working within macOS Catalina?

  10. Why wouldn’t I restore it through iCloud

  11. How to do call recording in iPhone.

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