iPad Backup Password Encryption, How to Recover

Last Post 27 Mar 2013 06:58 PM by steven john. 5 Replies.
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Shars
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29 Jan 2013 11:31 PM

How to http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com/iphone/ipad-backup-password.html and install the tool. Then run this tool. It'll need us import the encrypted backup file via click "Open".



The second step: Choose right attack mode for change password

3 varieties of attack modes are supported. We can choose any as our needs. E.g., definitely: Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack. While, I select Dictionary Attack mode which solved the issue we still need, personal password list that also includes its file!



The third step: Begin to unlock iPad backup

Wait for minutes; we could gain the password quickly. Just have a click "Copy" the shown password unlocked. Then we can open our encrypted backup file with the password at ease!



Never worry about problem if http://youtu.be/3aFeXLe81FQ !



Source: http://www.recover-ipad-data.com/recover-ipad-backup-password.html


Shars
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29 Jan 2013 11:34 PM

How to recover password for encrypt local backup on iPad?


Weeks ago we our first iPad 2 and that we ticked an opportunity to encrypt the backup having a password (e.g.  "Encrypt local backup"). In case the iPad 2 screen became cracked we've got another new iPad 2 to replace it all. When wanting to restore the initial iPad 2 backup onto the revolutionary iPad 2 we came across the password problem not knowing what it was. We have got about the unknown password problem by manually copying first iPad 2 and could restore onto the modern iPad 2. Gaining knowledge through our previous mistakes we decided to never "Encrypt local backup" again.



Our new iPad 2 was working fine with no tick against "Encrypt local backup".



However some time later I think iTunes or maybe iCloud (if iCloud stores it too? unknown???) has gotten confused between the first iPad 2 backups and the new iPad 2 backups. I restored the tick to "Encrypt local backup" onto the new iPad 2.



How can we unlock "Encrypt local backup" password if we choose the option?



Easy! Tenorshare supports us powerful software – iPhone Backup Unlocker to help unlock backup password on iPhone, iPad, iTunes, iPod, etc. (all new versions included). The below is the rough procedures on how to use iPhone Backup Unlocker to http://www.recover-ipad-data.com/unlock-ipad-mini-backup-password.html and install the tool. Then run this tool. It'll need us import the encrypted backup file via click "Open".



The second step: Choose right attack mode for change password

3 varieties of attack modes are supported. We can choose any as our needs. E.g., definitely: Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack. While, I select Dictionary Attack mode which solved the issue we still need, personal password list that also includes its file!



The third step: Begin to unlock iPad backup

Wait for minutes; we could gain the password quickly. Just have a click "Copy" the shown password unlocked. Then we can open our encrypted backup file with the password at ease!



Never worry about problem if forgot iPad backup password! The iPhone Backup Unlocker will lend us a hand in need!


View video on how to reset iPad backup password from http://youtu.be/3aFeXLe81FQ !



windflow
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27 Feb 2013 05:38 PM
* Try 0000 as the password, sometimes the default password is in fact, 0000.
* Try your iTunes Store password. This is most commonly the password to restore your backup.
* Try your 4 digit unlock code for your device. If you have a more complex unlock code involving characters and such, try that too.

All do not work?
Go to SmartKey iTunes Backup Password Recovery SmartKey

100% help to unlock iTunes backup password
windflow
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27 Feb 2013 05:38 PM
* Try 0000 as the password, sometimes the default password is in fact, 0000.
* Try your iTunes Store password. This is most commonly the password to restore your backup.
* Try your 4 digit unlock code for your device. If you have a more complex unlock code involving characters and such, try that too.

All do not work?
Go to SmartKey iTunes Backup Password Recovery

100% help to unlock iTunes backup password
windflow
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27 Feb 2013 05:44 PM
steven john
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27 Mar 2013 06:58 PM
if you want to know more about recovery from iPhone, iPad, iPod, here are some tutorials:

How to Recover Lost Data from iOS:
http://www.transfer-iphone-recovery...m-ios.html

How to Restore iPhone From iTunes Backup Files:
http://www.transfer-iphone-recovery...files.html
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