“My iPhone inform me that my iPhone storage is almost full, so I backed up my WeChat data to iTunes and deleted all of the messages and photos to save space. Now I need some photos that send with my friend in WeChat, but iTunes can not allow me to access the backup file. So terrible! Can anyone help me solve my problem to extract WeChat Photos from iTunes backup? It would be appreciated for your help.”
Do you have the same problem as the above user? Stored some WeChat data in iTunes and want to extract them out from backup? Actually, it is not difficult to export WeChat photos from iTunes backup. What you need is just the help of professional WeChat tool, iRefone, which can not only extract WeChat messages, contacts, photos from iTunes and iCloud backup, but also recover deleted and lost WeChat data.
iRefone, as the highly recommended iOS data recovery software by many iPhone users, had helped people avoid data disaster. It supports too recover lost data like messages, notes, contacts, WhatsApp, photos, etc either from iPhone, iPad and iPod, or from iTunes and iCloud backup. It is able to scan iPhone 7/7Plus/6s/6s Plus/6/6Plus/5s/5c/5c/4s/4.
Now, let’s download and install the software to start the process of extracting WeChat photos from iTunes backup.
First, launch iRefone after download it. Choose “Recover from iTunes Backup” option on the main interface. There will be all of your iTunes backup of devices which synced with the computer. Choose the backup you want to extract WeChat photos from.
Then, you need to choose the data you want to scan in the iTunes backup. WeChat photos are stored in then WeChat Attachments category. Click on this icon to start the automatically scanning and analysis of iTunes backup.
Next, when the scanning is finished, all of the WeChat attachments in your chat history will be listed in the software. You could preview them and select these photos you need to extract.
Finally, click on “Recover to PC” button on the right bottom of the software to choose the folder to save these exported WeChat photos.