Recover the Deleted Safari Bookmarks on iPhone/iPad/iPod

Bookmarks are helpful for quickly navigating the web and finding your favorite places. It helps you in remembering complicated addresses, and can be organized into various categories using folders. Safari allows you to create and manage bookmarks with ease, whether you’re on your computer or browsing through your iPhone or iPad. Safari Bookmarks is a very beneficial app for our day to day life. It happens thar things get deleted accidentally and when we’re wise to it, they’ve gone. iPhone Bookmarks are the same.

There is no recycle or trash bin in your device. Thus, most of people consider that deleted bookmarks have been lost permanently if they don’t have a backup. Actually, they’re wrong. Just as data loss on hard drives, deleted data is not gone immediately, unless it’s been overwritten by new data. But don’t worry, this iOS recovery softwareWondershare Dr.Fone for iOS can help you out.

It is a tool which is available in the internet to help you recover deleted Safari bookmarks from iTunes/iCloud backup and iPad/iPhone/iPod directly. It can recover data from iOS devices that is either lost, reset to factory settings, or failure to upgrade or jailbreak. You can download the free trial version to see the surprising function.


1. Retrieve Deleted Safari Bookmarks Directly from iOS Devices

Step 1. Connect iPhone/iPad/iPod to computer and scan

Run the program and connect your iOS Devices to computer. It will then begin to detect your iPhone/iPad/iPod automatically. Click “Start Scan” button shown in the window to let it scan your iOS devices.

Step 2. Recover lost bookmarks from iOS Devices

After scanning, it will display all found files in categories. Choose the deleted bookmarks that you want to get back under “Memos & Others” and recover them to computer by clicking on “Recover” button.

Note: iOS Data Recovery is able to recover Safari Bookmarks, Messages, Contacts, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders from iOS Devices directly.

2. Recover Lost Safari Bookmarks with iTunes Backup from iOS Devices

Step 1. Extract iTunes backup files and scan

After launching the program, choose “Recover from iTunes Backup File” mode. The interface below will appear in front of you, and iTunes backup files for your iOS devices will be listed. Choose the one for your iOS Devices and click “Start Scan” to extract it.

Step 2. Preview and recover Safari bookmarks on your iOS Devices

Once the scanning finished, all the deleted files will be listed and displayed in categories. Check the “Safari Bookmarks” option and hit the “Recover” to save all the lost bookmarks on your computer.

3. Restore Deleted iPhone Bookmarks from iCloud Backup

Step 1. Sign in your iCloud account

After launching the iPhone bookmark recovery program, choose “Recover from iCloud Backup File”, and sign in your iCloud account as below.

Step 2. Download and export your iCloud backup

Then you will be provided the backup files of your iCloud backup account automatically. Choose the bookmarks you want to recover by clicking “Download” button.

When it completes, click the same button to start extracting, and you’ll get interface as below.

Step 3. Preview and recover deleted bookmarks from iCloud backup

You can preview all the data after the scanning, such as lost bookmarks, messages, contacts, photos, videos, etc. Choose those bookmarks you need to restore by ticking them and click “Recover”.

Useful Tips: In order to avoid losing your important Safari bookmarks on iPhone/iPad/iPod in the future, do remember to back up your iOS Devices in iTunes regularly.

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