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. Welcome to here’s the thing, your source for practical tips, advice, and how-tos about the gadgets you use each day.
Once configured properly, iCloud Backup will automatically make copies of all the settings, accounts, messages, photos, and applications settings on your iDevice and stores them on Apple’s servers. It’s a great feature for anyone who rarely bothered to dig out their sync cables to manually back up their handsets with iTunes—assuming iCloud Backup works as advertised, that is. As someone who’s seen his fair share of computers and phones fail on him over the years, I wanted to put iCloud Backup to the test before trusting it with my precious data.
Now all you need to do is click on contacts application and check whether all your contacts are available or not.
The overall procedure may consume few minutes as all the contacts are downloaded on to your iPhone or iPad.
You don’t have to restore your phone like the previous poster stated, the above worked perfect for me as I also had a blank list after a restore. After your iPhone or iPad powers on, you'll see a welcome screen, Slide your finger across the bottom where it says slide to set up. Now on the Location Services screen, choose whether you'd like to have location services on by default.


On the next screen, tap on Restore from iCloud backup and enter your credentials when asked. Once your iCloud settings have been restored, your device may ask you to set up Touch ID and a passcode where supported, since Touch ID specifically is never saved in a backup.
The downloading process of your iCloud backup files takes some time, especially when you have a lot of data saved on iCloud, such as photos. You can download and restore any files from iCloud to iPhone, including Contacts, Text messages, Calendar, Call logs, photos, etc. The advantage of above iCloud backup restore solution is obvious and however you can also find its disadvantages at the same 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. A final step involves re-downloading all your apps from the App Store, a process that the iPhone handled automatically.
You must sign up for iCloud (it’s free, as long as you keep your online storage under 5 GB) and turn on iCloud Backup in the Settings menu. If you don't have access to wifi, you can choose Use Cellular but keep in mind, only some things in your iCloud backup will be restored without wifi. Make sure you read the description of what location services are before deciding whether or not you'd like to enable or disable them. You can also download any data from iCloud backup to computer and transfer to any compatible smartphones, like iPhone, Samsung, Lenovo, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nexus and so on.
For example it allows you to select specific file type so you can recover only contacts, or only SMS, but it does not allow you to select and recover specific contacts or text messages.
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. Many people think that they can restore contacts from iCloud easily and it is not so easy as many think and sometimes it will test your patience too. Then connect your iPhone, Android phone, like Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Lenovo, Google Nexus, LG to computer through USB data cable comes with the phone. So if you do not want to recover all files in a certain type or group, you still have to stick to the data recovery solution as mentioned at the first beginning of this guide to download any data from iCloud backup to computer and restore to iPhone. However this may cause data loss because you may have new data on iPhone that has not been uploaded to iCloud server yet.
We have also launched detailed instructions for particular data recovery in earlier guides. You can restore each and every contact which is backup up in iCloud by following our guide.
Just be patient and if you have to jump off of wifi, no worries, iCloud will pick up right where it left off next time you are connected to wifi. Also you may want to know what you have backed up on iCloud before you proceed to restore iPhone from it. You can recover deleted Reminders on iPhone, recover Facebook Messenger, retrieve lost WhatsApp messages, just to name a few. Once the first app had succeeded all the other apps followed without me needing to tap on them individually. Go back and check the guide above to extract iCloud backup to computer so you can see what you have on your iCloud account. Is there any way we can select and download any data or files from iCloud backup to iPhone directly?



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