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The I Phone Recovery Detection Stick $199.00


3/8/11 Update - Now Compatible with the Verizon iPhone

Note: The current version of the iRecovery stick no longer needs to be updated, it already has the update built in.

The iRecovery Stick is the first data recovery device for the Apple iPhone. With the iRecovery stick, you can recover text messages, phone call history, internet history, contacts, pictures and graphics, calendar entries, map history, and much more.

Using the iRecovery is simple - just plug it into your computer, connect your iPhone to your computer. Run the iRecovery program, and it will begin scanning your iPhone for data. Scanning takes approximately 20 minutes per GB, so depending on how much data is on your phone, the process will take a little bit of time. Once the data recovery process is complete, you will be presented with all of the data in an easy-to-read table format that allows you to easily find whatever information you are looking for.

Note: The current version of the iRecovery stick no longer needs to be updated, it already has the update built in.



iRecovery Stick FAQ

Does it really recover deleted data?
Yes, it does recover deleted data from iPhones. If supported data types have been deleted and no new data has overwritten that data, the iRecovery Stick will recover that data. Although the iRecovery Stick can recover deleted data, there's no guarantee the data you want to recover is still there to recover. The older the data is that has been deleted, the less likely you'll successfully be able to recover it.

How far back can I recover deleted data?
It depends on how much new information has been written to the phone since the data you need to recover was deleted. If you delete a text message and immediately receive another text message, you will likely not be able to recover the old message. However, you may be able to recover a portion of the message if the new text message is shorter, therefore taking up less space than the deleted message.

What types of data can I recover?
You can recover text messages, contacts, call history, and calendar entries from iPhones.

How do I update my iRecovery Stick?
Your iRecovery Stick comes with free updates for a year. To update your iRecovery Stick, run the iRecovery Stick program, click on the Tools menu and select "Check for updates".

Does the iRecovery Stick run on Macs?
No. The iRecovery Stick only runs on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 based operating systems.

How fast does it work?
Generally, recovery takes 20 minutes per GB of storage space on an iPhone, however, if there is very little data on the iPhone, it can take as little as 15 minutes. If you are loading backup files from iTunes, it only takes a few minutes to recover the data.

My iRecovery Stick stopped working. What can I do?
The most common solution for this is to uninstall the iRecovery Stick software from your computer and run it again. If this does not work, your product may have become corrupted. Please submit a support request at http://support.paraben.com if reinstalling does not fix the issue.

If you iRecovery Stick gives an error that the connection is broken or failed, make sure you have iTunes installed on your computer but make sure it isn't running during a recovery.

I was in the middle of a recovery when the connection was lost. What happened?
The most common reason for this is becuase a phone call or message was received by the phone during the recovery or because the screen log was activated. Put the phone in "Airplane Mode" and disable the screen lock to prevent this from happening during a recovery.

Another possibility is there is a corrupted file on the iPhone. To get around this, complete a backup of the iPhone using iTunes and load the backup file into the iRecovery Stick and it will recovery all available data.

I completed a recovery but I don't see what I was looking for. What happened?
The iPhone has a set amount of memory locations that messages can be saved in. For the most part these are taken up by the messages still saved on the phone. If you only see a few “recovered” messages, this is because either the phone is full with other data or the messages have been overwritten. Running the phone through the iRecovery Stick multiple times or using another product will not recover any more data than the iRecovery Stick has already recovered.

When I try to run a recovery, the iRecovery Stick program crashes. What can I do?
This can occur when anti-virus or firewall programs prevent the iRecovery Stick from running properly. Disable any anti-virus/spyware/program blocking software and then reinstall the iRecovery stick. If the program still crashes, you can help us troublshot the issue by turning on both logging options under Tools>Options. After the program crashes, you can send in the logs that are located in C:\Users\USERNAME\Logs (Vista, Win 7), C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Logs (Win XP) at http://support.paraben.com.

I start up the iRecovery stick and everything is grayed out and I can't click anything. What's wrong?
This can happen when certain files are missing from the iRecovery Stick. Paraben can reprogram your stick if this happens. Go to http://support.paraben.com and request an RMA number and shipping instructions and we'll replace your product.

Where is the iTunes backup file located so I can load it into the iRecovery Stick?
Win XP, 2000 - Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup.
Vista, Win 7 - C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup.