You should be able to move through the following instructions for backing up using iCloud in about five minutes.
You should back up apps that contain important information or files, as well as apps that you have taken a lot of time to customize. Apps, books, music, and TV shows that have been subsequently removed from the App Store, iTunes Store, and iBookstore since you downloaded or purchased them.
Learn More About Backing Up If you don't have a lot of time to learn much more about backing up, consider backing up only the files that are most important to you, such as photos or work files. 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.
An iCloud backup can be used to restore your iDevice, and also to recover specific data, such as photos, contacts or more. The most important advantage of using an iCloud backup over an iTunes backup is that all your data is stored online, and you don't have to worry about losing anything. On the other side, iTunes backups are stored locally on your computer, and this means that if you will lose your computer or reinstall your operating system, it is very possible to lose your backup. Without any further ado, here are the two options available to create an iOS 5, 6, 7 or 8 iCloud backup. How to recover an iPhone Restrictions Passcode from an iTunes backup in a couple of easy steps! Have you noticed that the Apple iOS software update service on iTunes has been rather unreliable today?
This is especially handy if you're planning on installing a big system update or setting up a replacement iOS device. The big difference between the two methods is that iCloud doesn’t back up absolutely everything.
If you want to perform an iCloud backup, all you have to do is open up Settings and tap on iCloud.
I know quite a few iPhone users that upgrade their smartphone once every few years, often coinciding with the two-year contract they locked into with AT&T or other carriers.
Step 1: Complete the initial steps in iOS Setup Assistant for language, country and so forth. Step 4: The new iPhone will begin restoring all data, such as apps, contacts, music and so forth.
If you followed the steps above, you should have successfully transferred your data from the old iPhone to your new iPhone. I always wondered if restoring a backup would transfer unneeded information like a Windows restore would do. I’m having a bit of trouble understanding your comment but I am genuinely interested. Yeah I understand what you’re saying, sadly I have no backup from a non jailbroken state.
There’s no risk in restoring from a jailbroken backup, just may not get full speed performance.

One question, might be dumb but I’ve always wanted to do a fresh install but carry over all my messages only. These instructions were verified for iOS 7, but they are nearly identical to the instructions for iOS 6. At this stage, you can consider yourself finished with the backup if don't want to back up anything else on your phone. I personally wouldn't back up most apps that use a cloud service because all the app data you care about is already being hosted by the provider—not locally on your phone.
Connect your iPhone or iPad to a Wi-Fi signal, plug it into a power source (like an outlet), and leave the screen locked (in other words, don't use the device). To do a very quick backup job with your PC or Mac, see Get Organized: Backup Your Most Important Data. 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. You can also select the option to automatically backup your photos, accounts, documents and settings over the Wi-Fi and when plugged in.
However, keep in mind that while restoring a whole iCloud backup, your iDevice will restore to the moment it was backed up, and you will lose all data generated after the backup was created. Visit our Mac Geek Gab Facebook Group and have the tech support brilliance of the entire Mac Geek Gab community at your fingertips! In fact, there are a ton of other things that get backed up on iCloud that you may not be aware of whenever you perform an iCloud backup.
There are also other things that get backed up to iCloud, including purchased music, movies, TV shows, apps, and books, as well as photos and videos in your Camera Roll, device settings, app data, home screen and app organization, iMessage, SMS, and MMS messages, ringtones, and visual voicemail.
Luckily, the process is really easy and we have a great how-to guide that takes you through the process. It doesn’t hurt and it provides a second layer of protection if one of the backups should ever end up missing.
For some reason, a lot of these people seem to think that transferring all of their content over to the new iPhone is a daunting task.
This is only possible through the iOS Setup Assistant, which is only available during the initial set up.
Any data on the new iPhone will be erased, so make sure you properly created a backup following the steps above.
If you are sure that your data has been backed up, you are now safe to erase everything on your old iPhone. In other words, isn’t it cleaner to do a fresh-new install and re-add everything instead of restoring a backup?
Since tweaks have unlimited access to the entire file system, it is very likely that their irrelevant files might go into backups. You probably wouldn’t even notice the difference if you did a clean restore with this situation.
Are you saying that if I restore a ‘jailbroken’ backup over a fresly installed iOS 8, the iPhone will not be as responsive?

But what would happen to your files, photos, and everything else if your iOS device were lost, stolen, or severely damaged? Below the step-by-step instructions, you'll also find a quick overview of how to restore your device using iCloud, should you need to, as well as a list of things that do and do not get backed up using this method. Under the heading Backup Options, you'll see a list of the top five storage-using apps, plus another button reading "Show All Apps." Press Show All Apps, and you can now choose which items you want to back up. Of course, if you want to back up more, you can pay Apple for extra storage space, starting at $20 a year for an additional 10GB. Your iPhone or iPad will automatically backup once a day when it meets these three conditions.
Enter passwords when prompted, and don't mess with your phone while that progress bar is still doing its thing. 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. Before I jump into the process of creating an iCloud backup, I want to make sure you understand all the benefits of backing up with iCloud. Just tap that and your iOS device will dutifully start backing up your important documents, photos, and settings to iCloud. If you have over 5 GB of music, photos, apps and other data to backup, you will want to use iTunes backup. If you have already played with your new iPhone and set it up, you will have to erase everything on it to bring it back to factory settings. When I switch to stock iOS, I restore clean, or from a backup that isn’t from a jailbroken state. If you do want to back up more of your non-Apple apps, continue through the rest of the steps. The process is very straightforward, and it's very similar to the regular backups created with iTunes. I don’t connect to wifi on mine which you need to do in order to do backup to iCloud. Read ahead for step-by-step instructions on how to restore an iCloud backup on a new iPhone.
For that, we’ve prepared a separate guide on how to setup a new iPhone from an iTunes backup.
The big difference is that your data will be stored in your iCloud account, instead of your PC or Mac. In order to use the icloud backup you have to have it connected with a power cord and on wifi and then it will backup usually when your sleeping. This means that your data is safely stored in the cloud, and it will be accessible from anywhere, at any time. Other sites are invited to link to any aspect of this site provided that all content is presented in its original form and is not placed within another frame. The Mac Observer is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple, Inc.

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