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How to Recover Lost Safari Bookmarks

As to the Safari Bookmark on iPhone and iPad, how to get it back once you lost in facatory setting, crashed system, accidental deletion or any other kinds of unknown reasons. If the deleted bookmark history has been backed up with iTunes before loss, you can retrieve it by extracting the backup file. Or you can directly scan and recover lost Bookmark from your iOS device before it's overwritten by new data.
iPhone Data Recovery offers you both the methods by providing 2 recovery mode: "Recover from iTunes Backup Files" and "Recover from iOS Devices".
Here provide the trial version below and then recover your safari bookmark in 2 ways.

Part I: How to Restore iPhone Bookmarks from iTunes?

Note: In order to get back your iPhone lost Safari bookmarks from the previous backup file, please not sync your iPhone with iTunes after the data loss. Otherwise, your recoverable iPhone Safari bookmarks will be replaced because of the new backup update.
Step 1: Launch the program and extract iTunes backup for iPhone Bookmark
Launch iPhone Data Recovery on your computer, and go to the "Recover from iTunes Backup File". The interface as follow will appear in front of you, and iTunes backup files for your iOS devices will be listed. Choose the one for your iPhone and click "Start Scan" to begin extracting it.
launch-the program

Step 2: Preview and recover iPhone Safari Bookmark records
The scan will take you a few seconds. When it completes, you can preview all the contents extracting from iTunes backup in categories. To recover Bookmarks, select the category of "Safari Bookmark" and preview the details. Mark those you want and click "Recover" button to save them on your computer.

Part II: How to Recover Bookmarks from iPhone Directly?

Step 1: Launch the program
Connecting your iPhone to the computer, launch the program and you'll get the interface as follow. There are two recovery modes for your option: Recover from iOS Device and Recover from iTunes Backup File. Choose the former one and move to the next step.
Note: To recover from your iTunes backup, choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File" option.

I. For iPhone 5/4S users (iPhone 4/3GS user can skip this to next)
There is only a "Start Scan" button on the main window. After connecting your iPhone, you only need to click the "Start Scan" button to scan your iPhone. You'll see this scanning window immediately after clicking the "Start Scan" button.

II. For iPhone 4/3GS user
A. Connect your device to the computer with a digital cable and run the program, then you'll see the window below after connecting your device. You need to download a plug-in by clicking the "Download" button.

B. Enter DFU mode to scan your device
After downloading the plug-in, you need to get into thed device's scanning mode before scanning. You can follow the steps below:
1) Hold your iPhone and click the "Start" button.
2) Pressing the "Power" and "Home" buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds.
3) After 10 seconds, release the "Power" button, but keep holding "Home" for another 15 seconds.


Step 2: Preview & recover iPhone Bookmarks
After the scan, all your lost data and current data on iPhone will be found and displayed in clear categories. To check your Bookmarks, select the category of "Safari Bookmark" and preview the content one by one. Mark those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.

What's more about iPhone Bookmark Recovery

iPhone Data Recovery is designed to recover deleted files from iPhone, iPad. With it, you can preview the backed up iPhone Safari bookmarks in details and restore the them you want at ease, including photos & videos, contacts, SMS, call logs, memos and calendars.
Now it supports data recovery directly from iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS, iPad 1 and iPod touch 4G too.
Why not try out this specific iPhone data recovery tool? It will help you recover your lost Safari books within very easy steps.

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