I recently had my iPhone replaced due to a sticky power button but had a few problems when restoring from my iCloud backup.
The second problem was a little more fiddly, and I still don’t really understand what the problem is. The result was that my apps would start downloading and as soon as the progress bar filled, the app icons would flash white and the app would disappear. Some data was not restored, for instance, apps that were removed from the App Store for legal reasons.
I tried the suggested, syncing the iTunes, but that just gave me a new copy of the apps with all my app data missing. Thanks great tip, I had to replace my iPhone 5 (volume up broke) and the iCloud restore gave me the incomplete error. For the past few weeks, my iPhone has prompted me with an annoying message about how iCloud does not have enough space to continue backing up the device. If you find yourself constantly running out of space, I recommend toggling off Camera Roll as part of your iCloud backup. This how to is part of a series of quick tips about iOS for both novice and advanced users alike.
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You’ll run out of free iCloud space especially quickly if you have multiple iOS devices. Open the Settings app, tap iCloud, and tap Storage & Backup to view how much space you have left in your iCloud account. To use less space for backups, look at the apps in the list under Next Backup Size and disable apps you don’t think need to be backed up. If you have an old device you no longer use and it appears in this list, you can tap it and tap Delete Backup to delete the entire backup. Install another app like Google+, Dropbox, or Flickr that can automatically back up your photos and have the app start backing up your photos. You may also want to disable Camera Roll backups if you do this, as your photos are being backed up to a different service anyway. Tap an app under Documents & Data on the Manage Storage screen to view the files taking up space. I ignored the omission in that related "No iCloud isn't backing them up" article, but this article is brand new. Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site.
However, if you chose to skip that step, it is rather easy to set up the iPad to automatically back itself up to iCloud.


But before you take this step, it is a good idea to make sure your iPad is being backed up to the iCloud. If you still have problems, you can move on to the next latest backup, repeating the process until (hopefully) the problem is cleared.Restoring from a backup can take some time. I managed to solve them all so I thought it might help a few others if I described my findings here. Wait a few minutes and then attempt the restore again while connected to a reliable Wi-Fi network. Apparently I need an additional 2.1 GB of storage to backup my iPhone, but I would rather not pay for a higher tier than the free 5 GB of storage that Apple provides by default.
You are better off backing up your photos through iTunes or to an external hard drive, that way you do not run out of iCloud storage so quick. If you already know how to delete an iCloud backup, then consider sharing this article with someone that doesn’t. I think these post are helpful, maybe not to expert users, but to novices and to send to other people. Device backups, photos, documents, iCloud email, and other bits of data all share that space. For example, you might disable backups for apps like Pocket, Twitter, and Evernote because those apps automatically sync their data online anyway. By default, iOS 7 uses both Photo Stream to sync the most 1000 recent photos between all your devices and also backs up your device’s Camera Roll, which contains any photos stored locally. It will back up your photos to a separate pool of storage — your Google Drive, Dropbox, or Flickr storage. They count toward your iCloud storage, so you may want to delete any files you don’t care about.
If it’s not set up, you can visit the iCloud website, open the Mail app in your browser, and delete emails with the web interface.
Apple currently offers three paid plans — an additional 10 GB for $20 per year, 20 GB for $40 per year, or 50 GB for $100 per year. This will take you to a screen that will display the last time the iPad was backed up to iCloud.Once you verify the backup, you are ready to begin the process.
In the end only about half of my apps were restored – the rest appeared to be deleted. If the data that was not restored also exists in your iTunes library, you can sync it back to your iOS device via USB┬ácable sync as a work around. Once the homescreen appeared again, I immediately tapped on one of the apps that previously failed to restore. As I and my husband share an iCloud account, I can’t delete or disable the account and the majority of stored data is his. You may disable Camera Roll backups if you’re using another method to back up your photos.


This is a confusing system, which is why Apple has announced they’re simplifying things with a single iCloud Photo Library that contains all your photos in iOS 8.
You’ll have a backup copy of your photos stored online, but you get to keep all that precious iCloud storage for other functions.
Be careful when doing this, as you could delete important documents and other files you might want to keep.
This is in addition to your 5 GB of free space, so the plans actually give you 15, 25, and 55 GB of storage space. For anybody with a Windows PC (which is a lot of people) it's a no-brainer since the synced photos just show up on your PC without automatically eating your disk space. You’ll be able to just update your iOS device without any trouble, most likely over the air or by connecting to iTunes.
You will start by erasing all data and settings from the iPad, which puts it into a clean state.
When you disable backups for an app, the data will be deleted from your iCloud storage online and won’t be part of future backups.
No fuss, no muss.However, you do most likely want to make a backup in case things go awry during the update process. You can do this by going to the iPad settings and choosing General from the left-side menu. The restore screen should give you estimates at each stage of the restore process, starting with restoring the settings and then booting into the iPad.
Once the first app had succeeded all the other apps followed without me needing to tap on them individually. Tapping this button will perform an immediate backup, making sure you have at least one data point you can restore from later.
This option appears after you have signed into your Wi-Fi network and chosen whether or not to use location services. Remember, if you have a lot of apps, it could take some time for the iPad to complete this step. In addition to downloading apps, the process restores photos and other data, so if it doesn't look like there is progress, the iPad could be working on downloading more than just apps. When you upgrade to iOS 7, should anything go wrong, you’ll know you can get your stuff back when you figure it all out.



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