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This worked for me: Go to your Finder Go menu hold the option key and choose Library. Then go to the Preferences folder and trash these files: com.apple.finder.plist com.apple.sidebarlists.plist Then restart (You will have to reset a some finder prefs the way you like them).
No success in restoring the file, like patrix points out. So regular daily backups is the way to go to prevent loss of data. However, this cannot only be the measure in the long-run. We need to understand why such an occasion occurs. Suggestion for improvements in Text Editor, Python and LaTeX I think the reason for the corruption of the file was the ...
First of all, I see that I can restore those: Notes, Reminder, Apple Mail, Apple Contacts, Apple Calendar, Photos. Then, you can also restore MANUALLY for those contents: Contacts, Calendars, Bookmarks. PS: I'm using IP 5S. ^^
To restore your iPhone, boot it into recovery mode and wipe it from there. To boot your iPhone into recovery mode and restore it to the latest version of iOS supported by your iPhone: Shut down your iPhone by holding the lock button. Connect the USB end of your connection cable (presumably 30-pin by your software) to your computer but not to your phone. ...
You can refer to this Github project to recover restrictions passcode from an unencrypted backup. https://github.com/gwatts/pinfinder/blob/master/README.md
To recover data from an iCloud backup you need to restore the whole backup onto an iPhone. All data currently stored on the phone will be lost as part of the process. As you are already using iCloud, you might also find your contacts by directly logging in on icloud.com with your Apple ID. This of course will only work if you've configured your phone to ...
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