"Help! I have no idea what's wrong with my iPhone 7. It suddenly turned to be black screen this morning. Now I want an email addr in the contacts with urgency. Could anybody help?"-Sharon
Many iPhone users may be confused about this: How to extract contacts from a broken iPhone? That you've got a backup of iTunes or iCloud would be a good news to you, but how about no backup? Anyway you can try to recover them directly for the reason that data are still stored in the hard disk although other hardwares are damaged. Of course you hard disk should be not damaged and your iPhone can be connected to a computer. In this article, we are going to show you how to extract data from a broken iPhone.
Recover Contacts from Broken iPhone 8/7/6S/6
To recover contacts from broken iPhone 8/7/6S/6, we recommend you try iPhone Data Recovery. It is professionally designed for solving problem of data loss on iOS devices. If you are suffering from losing data after system update, jailbreak, accidental deletion or any other unknown errors, iPhone Data Recovery may meet your needs. Besides contacts, it also allows you to recover notes, messages, call history, memos, calendars, photos, videos etc. No matter you've got backups on iTunes and iCloud, or you don't have any backup, you can still try this to recover the lost data. Later, we will show you what steps you need to take.
How to Recover Contacts from Broken iPhone 8/7/6S/6
Step 1.Run iPhone Data Recovery and Connect iPhone to PC
Install and launch iPhone Data Recovery on the computer and connect your broken iPhone to the the computer. Select "Data Recovery" on the interface as below.
Step 2. Select Contacts to Recover
Once your device is connected successfully, iPhone Data Recovery will detect your iPhone automatically and you can select the data types to scan, then click on "Start Scan" button to go on. If you just need to recover contacts, you can only check the item "Contacts".
Step 3. Recover Contacts from Broken iPhone
After the scanning process is complete, you can check all contents of the file in categories. After that, click "Recover to Computer" to save the recovered data on the computer or click "Restore to Device" to directly restore them back to your iPhone.