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So I updated my iphone to new iOS and then my backup became corrupted.

I was then able to get ALL the information out of the backup unto my computer.

I now have for each app its corresponding Library and Documents. These contain additional folders that the apps use and the Preferences folder, which contains the .plist files.

I would like to put all this information back on my iPhone. But how?

Is there a program for this? Can this be done through iTunes?

I am quite desperate, as I would love to know how to get this done.

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Once you've installed the relevant apps back on the device, open iExplorer or similar app and copy the files back on to the device in the app's data container.

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  • And how do I make the iPhone refresh its data after copying the relevant files back? Feb 17, 2015 at 14:50
  • @HowToPutBackupBack Make sure the app isn't running in the background when you copy the files, then once you have, reboot the device.
    – grg
    Feb 17, 2015 at 14:51

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