Backups do not include synced items, such as music, videos, photos, or information such as contacts and calendars from your computer.
To restore all of your content, you must sync your iPad after restoring the backup information. In iTunes, Control-click on the iPad (Right Click for Windows) in the sidebar under Devices, then choose “Restore from Backup” from the menu that appears. To encrypt the backup with a password, select “Encrypt backups” on the summary page and enter a password. If you have made backups to iCloud, you can restore the entire backup to get back the calendar. Once you choose Recover from iCloud Backup, the program will show you the window prompting you to sign in iCloud.
When you have iCloud backup file downloaded, click Scan button to scan the content of your iCloud content. After the scan, all files in your iCloud backup file have been extracted and show up by categories. Welcome to here’s the thing, your source for practical tips, advice, and how-tos about the gadgets you use each day.
So, you’ve got the latest and greatest iPad, and you want to transfer everything on your old iPad—including your apps, contacts, calendars, music, and videos—to your new one. Just tap the most recent iCloud backup of your old iPad, tap Restore, and you're on your way.

It could take hours for all your old iPad app to download, but at least you can use your new iPad while you wait. If your iPad is set to sync automatically, synced items will be restored immediately after you restore or update the device. If you only want to recover one or several calendar events, this solution might be a little more complex. You can choose the recent one or the one you’re going to retrieve calendar from, then download it by tapping the Download button. The first step, of course, is making sure you have a recent iCloud backup of your old iPad. Do you have any videos or music on your iPad that you didn’t get from the iTunes Store? Connect to a Wi-Fi network (probably your own), which you’ll need to do if you want to transfer the iCloud Backup of your old iPad to your new one. On the following screen, you’ll enter your Apple ID and password, followed by a lengthy terms-of-service agreement.
Now comes the boring part: waiting for all your apps and iTunes media (music, videos, e-books, and the like) to download and install themselves on your new iPad.
So, you’ve waited patiently, and now all your apps and music are downloaded onto your iPad. What’s even worse, you may lost all your calendar entries…How to retrieve them?

As the program never keep a record of any your Apple account info or content at any time during your sessions. Click Calendar on the left menu, choose the events you want and click Recover button to save them back to your computer. Depending on how many apps and other downloadable goodies you had on your old iPad, you could be in for a long wait.
Then set up your iPad device again as you did when your device was new, and when given the option, select Restore from iCloud Backup. The good news, though, is that you’ll be able to use your shiny new iPad (including Safari, Mail, Music, and other core iPad apps) while you wait for your purchased apps and media to arrive. To transfer them (plus any photo albums) to your new iPad, just sync it with iTunes on your desktop. Launch the iTunes app, click the Downloads tab at the bottom of the screen, and you should see all your media queued up for download.

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