4 Ways to View Photos in iCloud Backup for Free
This passage gives you 4 methods to view photos in iCloud backup and help you easily manage photos backup.
Using iCloud is a common way for Apple users to save photos. You could conveniently upload photos to iCloud server via iPhone. There are two ways to backup photos to iCloud. You could just enable iCloud Photos on iPhone to save only photos to iCloud or make a full backup of your iPhone, so you also need different ways to view photos in iCloud backup respectively. Follow this passage to view all you photo in iCloud.
If you have enabled iCloud Photos in Settings, you could go to Photos app on iPhone > Album at the bottom > Recent to view them. Generally, all the photos in Recent would be uploaded to iCloud. If you try to delete an iCloud photo, iPhone would say that This photo will be deleted from iCloud Photos on all your devices. You could recover deleted iCloud photos in 30 days.
Want to double check your iCloud photos? You could go to the site of iCloud in browser to view them. This way could also be used to access iCloud photos on Android phone.
If you want an easier way to download multiple photos from iCloud to PC, you could use the iCloud client. With the client, you could download all the iCloud to computer and upload photos to iCloud without going to the site.
If you have saved photos in the full backup using iCloud, they could not be easily viewed. You might need to restore them to another device. If you choose to restore that backup to this iPhone, you need to erase all the content first, then you could set up iPhone and restore iPhone with iCloud backup. Of course, you could use a professional tool to help you. FoneLab is the right tool for you to view what’s inside of your iCloud backup. You should do:
To avoid the complicated procedures when viewing photos from backup copy, you should change the way you backup iPhone photos. mBackupper is a free professional iPhone backup software. You could use it to backup all the photos on iPhone in seconds and there is no need of Internet when you view photos in backup copy.
Preview every photo on iPhone and select the needed ones to make sure you save the right photos.
Transfer every 100 photos in 2 seconds
Feel free to use mBackupper to protect iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch data (iOS 13 supported).
Step 1. Download mBackupper. Connect iPhone to compute with a USB cable and tap “Trust” on it.
Step 2. Click Photos Backup. Click the icon to view every photo and click OK to return.
Step 3. Click Start Backup to save them in seconds.
Your iPhone photos could be saved in iCloud Photos or iCloud backup. You could follow the 4 methods in this passage to view them all. You could also choose mBackupper, so you could easily manage your photos backup. If this passage solves your problem, you could share it to help more people.