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. Yes, I know that some people complain about these posts, but it was actually yesterday when someone told me about this problem. Deleting old ones from time to time is a great way to free up some extra space for other things. Another reason why you’d want to delete an old iPhone backup from iCloud is if you know it contains a corrupted file.
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This works, how ever, I belive and I’ve only seen it show the last back up as in one made since a big change. Some people might not know how to do the backup thing especially if they are visually impaired like myself.
That’s a great guide if you want to delete an iCloud backup, but make sure you have an iTunes backup at hand for restoring, you never know when you might need it!
Press and hold the power button and the home button at the same time for 10 seconds or until the device turns off, after that let go of the home button and keep hold of the power button until it turns on and you see the apple logo.
I can not delete the data in iCloud it show the message like below then i try to turn off and delete it from my PC it still impossible please help thanks! This backup cannot be deleted because it is being used to restore another device, or a backup is currently in progress. What do you do if the phone tells you that by removing iClod (not a typo) you wil be also removing all your photos..
I deleted my iCloud account and everything, but all the music is still there with a cloud next to it for download? A tech at the iPhone store deleted an old backup because I needed more storage (even though I had bought more) an all my appts that were created on the old phone (4) were wiped out of my calendar. Hi, i wan’t to ask when you delete a backup from icloud then you delete the account, do you delete it permanently or not ?


This is great information but what I have been unsuccessfully trying to find out is if you agree to delete *AND TURN OFF* your account – how do you then turn it back on? I have done these step both on my laptop and on my iphone but all i get is can not delete at this time …Try again or cancel . Do not delete an iCloud backup that you’ll need to use unless you plan on making a new one right away for a given device.
For such expensive devices better to charge one time payment of a few tens of dollars-if it is so badly needed. For a three months old device, it is unnerving and irritating to see a message on your screen about the shortage of back up space several times a day.
There is no way of merging iCloud backups, but you could delete one, or delete both, and make a new one.
Luckily we don’t need any cloud storage, since our premium iPhone comes with gigantic 16GB of storage.
And even if you can somehow manage to fill it up, well, then there is a gigantic free 5GB of storage on your iCloud account. 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. In my experience, a lot of folks don't realize there are old backups stored in iCloud they may not need. You no longer need a desktop machine to manage your data as everything can be done directly from the device.
Even if the first 5GB are free, you probably will go over this allocated storage, especially if you have several iOS devices, and you will be required to pay a monthly fee for increased storage. You will now see all your latest backups for all your devices that are connected to iCloud with the same Apple ID. How then can you show older back ups let’s say from ewhen I first got my phone last year. I am doing this to try and recover some lost notes, but i accidentally backed my iphone up again. However, now when I try to backup my iphone it says I have too little storage and need to purchase more. Because i am trying to delete my account and make a fresh Backup but i get always the old one specialy with my notes app it doss not back it up at all,and it is turn on. I removded my phone from icloud backup; however, how do I remove the contacts from her device?


I am doing it for more space, so I want to be sure I can still use iCloud easily on my phone after. Assuming you have no use for the old backups anymore, you can easily delete them from iCloud and free up some iCloud space this way.
Once you delete an iOS device backup from iCloud, it’s gone for good, and there is no undoing that removal.
Subscribe to the OSXDaily newsletter to get more of our great Apple tips, tricks, and important news delivered to your inbox! It would be fixable if they stopped capping it, like Google offers free unlimited storage for all Android phones backed up to Google. As I am unable to merge both the backup then assuming I restore both the backup on some other iPhone backup & then backup for the 2nd time from the old iPhone ? Yes, you can buy a iPhone with larger storage capacity, but then the very high price goes to the top.
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 cable 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. As you can see on the image below, it is taking a big chunk of my iCloud storage, with a size of 6.7 GB. I sign in to icloud site try to manage from there but you don’t have many choice, can some one help with that? With iCloud backups enabled, all of our precious data is sent to the cloud and is easily retrievable when we need it — providing we have a data connection.But we only get so much cloud space, so we need to look after it.
I noticed that there are 2 iPhone backup under iCloud & wonder if I can merge both of them. Apple I once knew is gone, they wouldn’t do these compromises and only try to push their profits to the roof. If I snap a phone pic of something actually worth keeping, I’ll send it to my laptop for backup on my system. When I check Manage Storage it shows that everything on my iPhone backed up (photos included). Problem is nothing is happening when I press any button or icon and this display is on the main screen since yesterday.
Total cost of ownership for iPhones is extraordinarily high as is, nickel and diming everyone for backups comes across as very unfriendly. Once the first app had succeeded all the other apps followed without me needing to tap on them individually.



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