The “Attempting data recovery” issue arises when you try to update your iPhone or iPad to iOS versions 16, 15, 12, 11.2, 11.3, or 11.4 through OTA or iTunes. This problem delays the update process and sometimes results in the deletion of a portion or all of the data stored on their devices.
How to back up your iPhone to Synology NAS. If you have an iPhone with sensitive data, you might want to back up your data on Synology NAS to keep your data secured in case of mobile failure. Synology NAS (Network Attached Storage) is a service the company offers for backing up your data. In… Read More »
A differential backup is a data backup that copies all new and modified data since the last full backup was run.
The duration of iCloud backups varies depending on data size and internet speed. It can range from a few minutes to several hours or even days. Users can enable regular backups, free up iPhone storage, and ensure a stable internet connection to speed up the process. Contacting the ISP for slow speeds or exploring alternative backup methods like iTunes or other cloud services are also recommended.
Full Backups: Everything You Need to Know Full backups are a dependable and efficient solution to safeguard your data. With a full backup, your data is readily retrievable so that you can have peace of mind. What Are Full Backups? A full backup takes a mirror copy of your data and files on a device… Read More »
Our predefined storage locations use Microsoft’s Azure cloud storage or Wasabi.com What is guaranteedOur predefined storage locations. This is because we use Microsoft’s and Wasabi’s cloud storage. Both are certified for ISO 27001 and SOC 2. These are two of the top five most reliable and secure cloud storage providers in the world, and they will protect your data… Read More »
How to cancel your iCloud storage.
1. Unlock your iPhone device and open the Settings App.
2. Tap on your Apple ID
3. Tap on Manage Account Storage (might be Manage Storage in some other versions of iOS)
4. Tap on Change Storage Plan
5. Tap on Downgrade Options (you may have to enter the password of your Apple ID)
6. Select None to cancel.
An incremental backup is a data backup process that only copies new and modified data since the last backup. This method saves time and storage space because the backed-up data is smaller when compared to full and differential backups. This article explains incremental backups, when to use them, and their benefits. How incremental backups work… Read More »