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    Default Recovery calendar from old back up?

    Hey is it possible to recover my calendar from an old back up? Or would i have to sent up my phone again to do that? I'm familiar with ssh so if that is needed I could do it.



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    I'm acctualy on a pc is there a tool I can use on the pc?

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    I haven't seen a tool like it for a PC
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    All I can suggest you do it locate the itunes backup on your windows PC

    Find a friend with a Mac & put your backup in /Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/

    Then rum erica's tool & it should extract your Calendar data to his desktop
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    thank you n350z ill do that my friend has a laptop

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonread2 View Post
    thank you n350z ill do that my friend has a laptop
    There is an even easier to use app called iPhone Backup Extractor (iPhone / iPod Touch Backup Extractor). It is free but Mac-only aswell.

    here are the locations where the backup is:

    Mac OS X
    ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/

    Windows XP
    C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\

    Vista
    C:\users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\AppleComputer\ MobileSync\Backup\
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    Interesting how it extracts ipa settings from my backup file

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    Quote Originally Posted by n350z View Post
    Interesting how it extracts ipa settings from my backup file

    cheers volks
    Yep, there is so much information in all those files. It is more than obvious why it is not recommended at all to sync on a computer you do not own...
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    I've not got use of a windows PC for a few days to test but this looks interesting for windows users.

    iPhone Backup Extractor: How to extract files from an iPhone backup on Windows or Linux
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