You can use iTunes (or Finder on macOS Catalina or higher) to create a backup of your iPod Touch, iPad or iPhone on your computer. Your backup will contain your iOS device data, such as your messages, contacts, calendars and call logs. iBackup Extractor you help you browse and extract the information held within these backup archives.
Please note that your iTunes/Finder preferences may not be set to produce these backups by default. You can set up automatic device backups to your computer or manually start a device backup yourself.
It is possible to make iTunes perform a back up of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch on demand.
iTunes will create a backup of your iOS data. Once complete - restart iBackup Extractor to read and retrieve content from this backup.
You can set your preferences in iTunes so that iTunes will automatically backup your iOS data every time you sync your device to iTunes.
If you are using a Mac computer running macOS Catalina or higher, you will have noticed that iTunes has been replaced by the Music app.
For this reason, Apple have changed the way you can back up your iPhone, iPod or iPad. Now, you'll need to use the Finder app. Here's how it's done...