Have you deleted or lost ringtones from iTunes? Didn’t you maintain Backup? Now you looking forward to get back your essential ringtones from iTunes? Then this article will describes relevant solution to overcome from it.
Reason for losing ringtones from iTunes:
- Accidently erasing ringtones from iTunes on Mac system
- Viruses can infect iTunes can lead to loss of ringtones
- Improperly installing iTunes application
- Restoring your iTunes to its factory settings to overcome problems like freeze, corruption, formatting errors, etc can cause complete loss of ringtones
In such situation you may think how to recover ringtones from iTunes? Don’t worry!! You can easily retrieve your ringtones which is lost from iTunes with the help of Yodot Mac Photo Recovery.
Software to recover ringtones from iTunes
Yodot Mac Photo Recovery application will help you to recover ringtones from iTunes on Mac system. You can retrieve ringtones which is missing from iTunes. By employing this tool you can regain ringtones of different format such as aac, .m4a, .m4r etc. on Mac system. This program has friendly graphical interface facilitates easiest and fastest recovery of ringtones from iTunes without facing any difficulties. It has ability to retrieve music, pictures, videos, documents and other files from iPod models, memory cards, hard disk Volumes, music players, pen drives, etc on Mac operating system. It is compatible with Mac operating system running with Mavericks, Lion, Mountain Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard and Yosemite.
Simple steps to retrieve ringtones from iTunes
Download and install Yodot Mac Photo Recovery application to Mac system-> Run the installed application and follow main screen instruction-> Application will display two options ‘Deleted Photo Recovery’ and ‘Lost Photo Recovery’->Choice one option to recover ringtones from iTunes->Next tool will scans your Mac system and displays all the internal and external volumes-> Select the volume which represents your iTunes and click “Next”-> Next, it will start scanning process which will take couple of minutes->As soon as scanning process gets completed, you can select ringtones from ‘Data View’ or ‘File Type View’-> Later, save recovered ringtones to a desired location