by Sophie Green Updated on 2020-05-25 / Update for iPhone X Tips
Nearly everyone who bought an iPhone X doesn’t know the ways to reboot iPhone X? Is it something wrong with iPhone X?
The answers is No. As one of the significant differences, iPhone X has no home button and the longstanding method of rebooting is no longer applicable to iPhone X.
In this case, some iPhone X users may ask: How to hard reset on iPhone X? In truth, you can restart your device by various methods. This article will introduce exactly how to enforce it.
Method 1 Soft Reset iPhone X Without Using Power Button
Restarting an iPhone X is extremely easily. Simply press and hold the Side button and either volume button until the slider appears. Drag the slider to turn your device completely off. After your device turns off, press and hold the Side button again until you see the Apple logo.
Method 2: Restart iPhone X without Power Button
A soft reset is a simple way to reboot iPhone X, which is basically risk-free. When your iPhone system performs slow or improperly, you are able to soft reset iPhone X as below.
Open Settings app on your iPhone and tap general. Then scroll down to the bottom and select Shut Down option.
Method 3: Restart iPhone X Using AssistiveTouch
If you don’t want to using any buttons to reboot your iPhone, hard reset iPhone X without buttons will be a good choice for you.
Open Settings app on your iPhone X. Tap General→ Accessibility→ AssistiveTouch. Then turn on the switch and tap Customize Top Level Menu.
Tap on AssistiveTouch→ Device→ More→ tap on Restart. And now your device will be rebooted successfully.
Method 4: Manually Force Restart iPhone X
If your iPhone X encounters an unresponsive screen, the above two methods will be not applicable to you. And now you have an alternative to hard restart iPhone X.The steps are as follows:
- Press and quickly release the Volume Up button.
- Do the same with the Volume Down button.
Press and hold theSide button;until the iPhone X displays the Apple logo. After the apple logo appears, it means that your device has been restarted successfully.
Method 5: Force Restart iPhone X without Pressing Buttons
If the above solutions don’t work, Tenorshare ReiBoot will be the best choice for you. As a free iPhone reboot tool, Tenorshare ReiBoot is 100% free to fix Kinds of iPhone stuck issues. You can just follow up the below steps to restart iPhone X without losing data.
Download, install and run Tenorshare ReiBoot on your computer. And then connect your iPhone to your computer through a USB cable.
Click “Enter Recovery Mode” in the main interface, iTunes will detect your device in recovery mode and then click “Exit Recovery Mode”.
Still feel confused? Here we have made a detailed video telling you how to restart iPhone X using ReiBoot.
Note: If your device still performs abnormally, please click “Fix All iOS Stuck” button and upgrade to Tenorshare ReiBoot Pro to fix these issues completely.
This article teaches you how to force restart iPhone X. Based on some feedbacks from the Apple community, the above four ways turn out to be the most effective to reboot iPhone X. I hope that these methods will be helpful to you, especially Tenorshare ReiBoot.
More Quesions about iPhone X
What Does the Debut of iPhone X Represent?
As the latest version of iPhone, iPhone X/10 is different from prior iPhone models in many aspects. The release of iPhone X marks the end of Touch ID and the begin of Face ID.
What Does Restarting Your iPhone Do?
Generally, restarting your iPhone is a common way to fix minor bugs causing by updating or more. The problems like stuck on Apple Logo, Apps crashing and more can be fixed effortless with restart your iPhone. Some users also complained iPhone running slow, and with this method, your iPhone can run fast than ever before.
Updated on 2020-05-25 / Update for iPhone X Tips
by Jenefey Aaron Updated on 2021-11-23 / Update for iPhone Tips
There are many reasons that you may want to factory reset your iPhone. I am going to list some of the scenarios here:
- You want to erase all personal data in iPhone before giving away or selling it.
- You forgot the iPhone passcode.
- iPhone is disabled or locked.
- Get a second-hand iPhone with passcode.
- iPhone is suffering severe damage and needs a factory restore.
Having known the reason for resetting an iPhone, we can now proceed on how to factory reset iPhone 13 without password.
A Video Guide on How to Factory Reset iPhone without Password
Way 1. One-Click to Factory Reset iPhone 13 without Passcode
How to factory reset a locked iPhone without passcode? If you forgot your iPhone passcode or iPhone is disabled after entering wrong passcode for too many times, you can use an iPhone passcode unlocker tool – Tenorshare 4uKey to bypass iPhone passcode and factory reset iPhone without iTunes. It will do iPhone factory reset without passcode in simple steps.
Connect your locked/disabled iPhone to computer and open 4uKey. Click Start button on the main interface.
4uKey will instruct you to download the latest firmware package.
With the downloaded firmware package, this iPhone passcode unlocker will start removing passcode from your iPhone/iPad. After password remove, your iPhone will be restarted and you will be greeted by the classic “Hello” screen.
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Have learnt how to factory reset iPhone without passcode or iTunes, some users may also have the need to factory reset iPhone with iTunes or iCloud. We will also introduce them , but I think the above method is the best way to factory reset iPhone without password.
Way 2. How to Factory Reset iPhone without Password through iTunes
How to factory reset iPhone 11 without password? You can also factory reset iPhone through iTunes but it requires that you have synced your iPhone with iTunes before . Please back up your iPhone beforehand because all data will be wiped out after factory reset.
Connect iPhone to computer and open iTunes.
In Summery tab, click “Restore iPhone” option and then “Restore” in the popup confirmation window.
Way 3. How to Factory Reset iPhone without Password from iCloud
You can also remotely erase iPhone without password. Please note that the password means iPhone screen lock password instead of iCloud password. This method requires that you have enabled Find My iPhone in your device and also remember the Apple ID password. If not, please skip to the other methods in this post.
Go to icloud.com in your computer browser and log in with your Apple ID and password.
Click Find My iPhone and hit “All Devices” at the top of your browser window. The iPhone that you need to reset should be listed. Click on it and tap on ‘Erase iPhone’ option. This will erase iPhone passcode and all data.
Forgot your Apple ID password? Well, Tenorshare 4MeKey can help you, you can still reset iPhone without Apple ID password.
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If you reinstall an app, wipe your iPhone or iPad, or move to a new device, any in-app purchases you made on your old device won’t show up. But some in-app purchases are “permanent”, and you can restore them if you know where to look.
This only applies to purchases you make within apps. If you purchased a paid app from the App Store, you can just revisit the App Store and reinstall the app. As long as you’re signed in with the same Apple ID you purchased the app with, you’ll be able to install it again on any device.
Consumable vs. Non-Consumable Purchases
There are two different types of in-app purchases: Consumable ones and non-consumable ones.
Consumable purchases are ones that you consume, or use up. For example, if you buy in-game currency, like an amount of gems or coins for a game, that’s a consumable purchase. Other types of consumable purchases include extra lives, health, damage boosts, experience boosts, building-accelerators, and so on. Most consumable in-app purchases will probably be for games. However, any sort of pack of credits you can spend to do something (say, send a certain number of faxes from your iPad) is a consumable in-app purchase.
Consumable purchases can’t be restored. Whether you used all those gems you purchased or not, they’re gone if you uninstall the app or move to a new iPhone or iPad.
Non-consumable purchases are ones that give you permanent access to something that can’t be used up. For example, this would include a one-time payment to remove ads in an app, or an upgrade to a professional edition of an app with more features. It would also include you paying to unlock more levels in a game, or gaining access to specific features and tools in an app. A character or accessory for a game that you pay once for and can use as many times as you want would also be considered a non-consumable purchase.
Non-consumable purchases can be restored on a new device. In other words, those coins you purchased can’t be restored, but that level you paid to unlock can be restored.
Consumable Purchases Can Sometimes Be Restored, But Don’t Count on It
Technically, it’s possible for an app’s developer to sync currency and other consumable in-app-purchases using iCloud or their own server and restore it on another device. However, that’s a choice that’s up to each developer. You can’t do anything to restore it if the developer didn’t put the feature there.
Just use the same Apple ID on your new device or sign into the app with the same account you used on your old device. You may see your consumable purchases have been restored. If they are, great! If not, there’s nothing you can do.
In other words, the consumable purchases themselves can’t be restored from Apple’s App Store. But the app’s developer can keep track of them for you–if they feel like it.
How to Restore Non-Consumable Purchases
If you have non-consumable in-app purchases to restore, you must do it from within the app itself, not from the App Store. So first, install the app in question (if it’s not already installed).
Look for a button named “Restore Purchases” or something similar in the app. You may find this option in the app’s main menu screen, in the app’s settings screen, or in the app’s in-app store. Apple instructs developers to include such a button in their apps.
You’ll need to authenticate with the App Store after you do this, providing your Apple ID password. The app will then check the receipts on the app store to see what you’ve purchased and restore the purchases on your device.
You’ll need to use the same Apple ID you did when you made the purchase. You can’t get a new device, set it up with a new Apple ID, and expect to restore your purchases. Use the same Apple ID you used previously.
What If There’s No Restore Purchases Button?
Apple tells developers to include a button for this purpose, but some apps may not include such a button. In those cases, you still have options.
Simply attempting to re-purchase the same in-app purchase from within the app should work. As Apple’s documentation for developers states, “If the user attempts to purchase a product that’s already been purchased… The user isn’t charged again for the product.” However, be careful when doing this. If you purchase a slightly different in-app purchase, you’ll be charged again. This isn’t necessarily recommended.
Instead, Apple advises you contact the app’s developer if there’s no Restore Purchases button, or if the button doesn’t work.
To do this, open the App Store and find the app you’re trying to restore purchases in. To find the app, search for it in the App Store or tap “Updates” at the bottom of the App Store, tap “Purchases,” and tap the app in the list.
Tap the “Reviews” tab and tap the “App Support” link. You’ll be given information about how you can contact the developer.
When making in-app purchases, remember that consumable purchases can’t be restored. Even if you spend hundreds of dollars on in-game currency for an app, there’s no guarantee you can take it with you to a new iPhone or iPad. So purchase wisely!
The all-new look of App Store has impressed me right from the word go. Exploring top apps and games has become a bit easier now. For a change, the “Purchased” section is no longer located in the Updates tab. To view all of your purchased apps in iOS 13, you need to head into your iCloud profile that’s visible within the App Store itself.
Once you have accessed all of your past purchases, you can easily re-download them as before. You will also check out all the purchased apps which are not available on your device. Besides, the process to re-download apps from other family members has remained the same.
How to View and Re-download Purchased Apps in iOS 13 on iPhone or iPad
- How to View All the Purchased Apps on iPhone and iPad
- How to Re-download the Purchased Apps in iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad
- How to Download Content from Family Members in iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad
How to View All the Purchased Apps on iPhone and iPad
Note: If you’re a member of Apple Music, the items you had downloaded for offline listening won’t appear in your purchased section.
Step #1. Launch App Store on your iOS device.
Step #2. Next, tap on your profile picture at the top right corner. Make sure to sign in to your iCloud account, if you aren’t already.
Step #3. Now, you need to tap on Purchased.
Step #4. Tap on My Purchases.
Step #5. Next up, you will see the list of all the purchased apps on this device.
If you want to access all the purchased apps which are not on this device, tap on Not on This iPhone/iPad tab at the top. It will show you the list of apps that you have bought using the same Apple ID.
How to Re-download the Purchased Apps in iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Open App Store → Profile picture → Purchased.
Step #2. On the next screen, you will see the list of the apps you have purchased.
If you want to access the apps which are not on this device, select Not on This iPhone.
Step #3. Next, tap on the download button next to the app you wish to redownload.
How to Download Content from Family Members in iOS 13 on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Launch App Store app on your iOS device → Now, tap on your profile picture from the top right corner → If you are not signed into App Store, do it now → Tap on Purchased.
Step #2. Next up, tap on the name of the member whose content you want to download.
Step #3. By default, you will see the list of all the purchased apps. If you want to check out the apps that are not available on this device, make sure to select Not on This iPhone/iPad tab at the top.
To download any app/game, just tap on the download button next to each content. Then enter your iCloud password to confirm the installation.
I find the new design of the App Store quite good. It makes exploring apps a bit easy. What’s your take on it?
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In the past, recovering deleted apps from your iPhone or iPad meant relying on a backup or just purchasing it again. But those ways are history now. Compared to the early days, it’s pretty easy to restore accidentally deleted apps on your iPhone or iPad.
Thanks to iCloud, App management is easy and hassle-free. What’s more, re-downloading the app doesn’t cost you anything if you’ve already purchased the app.
How to recover deleted apps on iPhone and iPad
If you’ve set up Family Sharing on your iPhone, you can see the My Purchases option on the All Purchases screen. If not, the method to restore deleted apps remains the same in iOS 15/14 and earlier versions of iOS.
- Launch App Store on your iOS device.
- Now, tap on the profile icon at the top right corner.
- Next, tap Purchased.
Alternatively, you can also search for the purchased app on the App Store.
When you download the app (that you’ve already paid for), you won’t be charged again.
You can also read our guide to find out everything you need to know about recovering deleted photos.
Now that you know how this trick works, use it to easily reinstall deleted apps on your iPhone and iPad. Moving beyond this simple hack, we’ve covered quite a few posts related to the App Store. For instance, you can stop auto-play videos before they play and also filter reviews. Give them a look to get the most out of it.
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by Jenefey Aaron Updated on 2021-09-24 / Update for iPhone Data
You may have accidentally deleted an app on your iPhone, or it may be corrupted, rendering it non-operational. These two instances, as is losing your iPhone or acquiring a new one, necessitates the need to know how to restore apps on iPhone. This article explains how to restore deleted apps on iPad and iPhone. There are two ways to go about it. One, restoring through the App Store. Two, restoring through iTunes. You won’t be charged for restoring apps you’d already purchased. The only prerequisite is that you download it using the Apple ID you used to buy it.
Solution 1: How to Recover Deleted Apps on iPhone and iPad through Purchased List on App Store
The method is highly recommended if you can’t remember the name of the app you deleted. This is possible when you have lost all your data through a jailbreak, or after hard resetting your iPhone/ iPad.
Launch the “App Store” app on your iOS device.
Tap “Updates” located at the bottom of your screen.
To view all apps purchased in your account tap “Purchased”.
Tap “Not on This iPhone”. It lists all the Apps bought but not installed on your iPhone or iPad.
Locate the App you wish to restore/ reinstall and tap the Download arrow that’s positioned on its right.
Solution 2: Restore Deleted App on iPhone/ iPad through iTunes
Connect your iPhone/ iPad to your computer using a USB cable and launch iTunes.
Tap on “Device” and select your iPhone or iPad.
Under “Settings” click “Apps”.
Locate the App you want to restore and click “Install” next to it.
Solution 3: Restore Deleted Apps using Name Search
This solution is recommended if you can remember the name of the apps you lost/ deleted.
Launch the “App Store” on your iOS device.
At the very top, is the search bar. Type in the name of the app you would like to restore.
Identify the name of the App in the search result and tap on it.
(There might be different variants to the app If not sure, tap on the app to get detailed information.)
The app that has a cloud icon with an arrow at its center pointing down, is the one that should be restored. Download it by tapping on the icon and you’ll have restored it.
Bonus Tip: Restore App Data with iPhone Data Recovery
Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery combines a beautiful user interface, great functionality and ease of use on both Mac and PC. It’s packed with features that make it simple to restore data. To restore iPhone data using UltData, follow the following procedure:
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You can recover purchases from iTunes Store using the methods above as well as apps purchased from the Mac App Store. Remember, if you delete certain apps, you might also lose data along with it. In such cases, restoring your phone to a previous back-up is the only solution to get back that data. We have tried and tested the solutions listed above and are certain that they are effective.
Updated on 2021-09-24 / Update for iPhone Data
It isn’t uncommon for someone to delete an app, only later to realize that they need it. You may have ended up deleting several apps from your iPhone or iPad, and then had the urge to install it back. However, you may not remember the name of the app, and will find it difficult to look for it on the App Store. Worry not, there’s an easy way to restore all your deleted apps.
This post will show you how to easily restore deleted apps, both free and paid, on your iPhone or iPad.
Restore deleted apps on iPhone and iPad
With the advent of iCloud and cloud sync, it’s easy to restore deleted apps from the App Store. It’ll also help to know that re-downloading a paid app will not cost you anything extra. Previously, to restore deleted apps, you’d have to remember the name of the app and search for it on the App Store. Other ways included restoring from an older iOS backup. Luckily, there’s a simpler way to get all your forgotten and deleted apps back on your iPhone or iPad. Here’s how.
1) Launch the App Store on your iPhone or iPad.
2) Tap on your profile icon on the top right corner.
3) Select My Purchases or Purchased. If you use Family Sharing, then you should all the apps in All Purchases.
4) Navigate to the Not on this iPhone tab.
5) You’ll see a list of all the apps that are no longer on your iOS device. Tap the download button next to the app and recover your apps.
All your apps, even ones that you had installed on older iPhones, will be shown here. Even the apps that you paid for can be downloaded without having to pay again. Apple also allows users to delete/hide built-in stock apps in iOS, so if you did removed a stock app, then here’s how to get it back.
Restoring deleted apps on your iOS device is fairly simple and fast. You’ll find all the apps that you had ever owned or downloaded on older devices, right in the App Store. It can be difficult to remember the name of an app that you had used several months ago, which is where this feature comes in handy.
С помощью iTunes можно переустановить программное обеспечение и восстановить заводские настройки устройства. Это может быть необходимо при возникновении проблем с устройством (например, если оно часто «зависает» или перестает отвечать) или при подготовке к продаже или передаче устройства другому пользователю.
Важно! При восстановлении программного обеспечения на iPhone, iPad или iPod touch вся информация и настройки удаляются. Однако перед восстановлением iTunes сохраняет резервную копию устройства, из которой можно восстановить состояние устройства на момент последнего использования. См. раздел Резервное копирование данных на iPhone, iPad или iPod touch.
Подключите устройство к компьютеру.
Для подключения устройства можно использовать кабель USB или USB-C, а также подключение к сети Wi-Fi. Для включения синхронизации по сети Wi-Fi см. Синхронизация контента iTunes на ПК с другими устройствами по сети Wi-Fi.
В приложении iTunes на ПК нажмите кнопку устройства в левой верхней части окна iTunes.
Нажмите «Восстановить» и следуйте инструкциям на экране.
При восстановлении программного обеспечения на iPhone, iPad или iPod touch вся информация и настройки удаляются. Подробнее о стирании всего контента и настроек см. в статье службы поддержки Apple Восстановление заводских настроек iPhone, iPad или iPod.
Если включена функция «Найти iPhone», то функция «Блокировка активации» тоже включена. Необходимо выключить блокировку активации, чтобы новый владелец устройства смог активировать iPhone для своей учетной записи. О выключении блокировки активации см. в разделе Руководства пользователя iCloud Удаление устройства из приложения «Найти iPhone» на сайте iCloud.com или в статье службы поддержки Apple Блокировка активации для iPhone, iPad и iPod touch.
Важно! Перед отсоединением устройства от компьютера нажмите кнопку «Извлечь» .
By Stella | Follow | Last Updated January 18, 2022
You are not allowed to uninstall App Store on your iPhone or iPad. So, if App Store is missing on iPhone or iPad, you should not worry about it. In this post, MiniTool Software will show you how to get App Store back on iPhone/iPad. If you can’t find iTunes, Camera, or Safari, you can also try the method mentioned here.
App Store Is Missing on iPhone
App Store is a useful app on iPhone and iPad. When you want to download an app, the safe way is to download it from App Store. However, at times, you can’t find App Store on your device. It is strange. You may think you delete it by mistake. Then, you want to know how to re-download App Store on iPhone/iPad.
But, you should know that App Store is one of the pre-installed apps on your device. It can’t be uninstalled. App Store is still on your device. Well then, where is App Store?
If you can’t download apps on your iPhone or iPad, do you know how to fix it? Now, you can find some easy and effective solutions from this post.
Why Can’t You Find App Store on iPhone/iPad?
As you know, many devices like Windows computers and Android devices have a parental-control-like mode. Once this mode is enabled, parents can control how long children use the device and limit which features are used. iPhones and iPads are no exception.
On an iPhone or an iPad, there is a feature called Screen Time. With this feature, you can get a weekly report with insights about your screen time and set time limits for apps you want to manage. For example, you can schedule time away from the screen. You can also set Content & Privacy Restrictions like blocking inappropriate content. If you set to not download apps from App Store, you may be unable to find App Store on your device. So, if you want to use App Store, you need to remove the restrictions.
In the following part, we will show you how to get App Store back on iPhone.
Note: Sometimes, you can’t find iTunes, Camera, or Safari on your device. The situation is similar to App Store is missing on iPhone, the following method is also available.
How to Get App Store back on Your iPhone/iPad?
You can follow this guide to remove the restrictions and get App Store back on your iPhone or iPad.
1. Go to Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions.
2. If you want to get App Store back, you need to tap iTunes & App Store Purchases. Then, you need to make sure that the permissions for Installing Apps, Deleting Apps, and In-app Purchases are set Allow.
If you want to get Safari, iTunes Store, and Camera back, you need to tap Allowed Apps. Then, you need to make sure that the buttons next to Safari, iTunes Store, and Camera are turned on.
Besides, you can also directly turn off Screen Time to prevent this issue forever.
However, if you have set a Screen Tine passcode but you forget it, you will need to restore your iPhone or iPad to factory settings to fix this issue. If you want to do this, you need to back up your data in advance because a factory reset will delete all files on your device.
This article will tell you how to recover iPhone data after restoring to factory settings. You can choose a suitable method based on your own situation.
You see, it is quite easy to find App Store as well as other pre-installed apps back on your device. They are not removed from your computer. They are hidden based on your previous settings. You can just use the methods mentioned in this post to get them back. Should you have other related issues, you can let us know in the comments.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Stella has been working in MiniTool Software as an English Editor for more than 4 years. Her articles mainly cover the fields of data recovery including storage media data recovery and phone data recovery, YouTube videos download, partition management, and video conversions.
Looking to restore apps from iCloud? The following is how to restore apps from iCloud.
Just as it is with all other types of data, you can easily lose the apps you have purchased on your device for any number of reasons. They can be accidentally deleted, get lost after some type of hardware damage to the device or even due to software related issues such as jailbreaking or virus attacks, or maybe you lost your phone.
If you have a device that is running on iOS 5 or later, it is actually possible to re-download the apps from iCloud. This article will show you various ways to get your apps back.
Part 1. How to Restore Apps from iCloud on iPhone/iPad
Downloading the deleted apps from iCloud is quite easy and straightforward, the following are the simple steps to help you get your apps back.
- on your iPhone or iPad, launch the App Store.
- Tap your profile icon at the top right of the screen.
- Tap on the “Purchased” button and you will see all the apps on your device.
Part 2. How to Restore App Data from iCloud
Re-downloading purchased apps is an easy operation as we have seen above. But what happens when you lose other types of data on your device. Most people would say that they would restore the device from their latest iCloud backup and be just fine. This is indeed a good solution to take. But it has one major shortcoming. In order to restore an iCloud backup, you have to erase all contents and settings on your device which can lead to all sorts of data related problems.
If you want to restore your iCloud backup but avoid the complete loss of existing data and settings, we have solution for you. Wondershare Dr.Fone – Data Recovery is a tool that is designed to help you easily restore data from any iCloud backup file to your device while bypassing the data loss. The following features make it ideal.
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- • Create complete backups of your device’s data to your computer
- • Restoring data can be done in a few minutes and a few simple clicks.
- • Restore data from other backup files including iTunes.
- • Supports iCloud version 8.0 or above.
Here’s how to use Dr.Fone to restore files from iCloud.
Install the program to your computer. From the main window, select “Data Recovery”.
Connect the iOS device to the computer and choose “Recover iOS Data”.
Choose “recover from iCloud” from the left dashboard. Sign in to iCloud and select the relevant backup file.
Then all of your iCloud backup files will be displayed. Choose one of the backup files and click “Download”. Wait for the program to download the selected backup file.
Once the download is complete, click “Start Transfer” to begin restoring the files to your iOS device. Keep the device connected through the entire process.
Part 3. How to Restore Apps Using iTunes
You also have the option to re-download the apps on your computer via iTunes. This process is also just as simple. Just follow these simple steps.
- Open iTunes and then click on “Account” in the menu bar.
- Click on “Purchased”.
- Click “Apps” at the top of the Window and then select “Not in My Library.”
Historically, recovering deleted apps on your iPhone was a complicated process and sometimes meant having to buy the app again. Fortunately, those days are history, and Apple has seen to it that restoring deleted apps is something that iOS or iPadOS users can do easily. That’s true for both built-in apps as well as any of the almost two million apps in the App Store. If you ever want or need to restore an app, here’s how to do it in no time.
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Restoring from iPhone or iPad (First Method)
For iPhone and iPad owners, the process of restoring apps is the exactly the same. It’s also important to know that redownloading an app will not cost you anything. In most cases, developers have also added a way to restore previous in-app purchases. That’s especially true for most app fields aside from games. All totaled, there are two ways you can go about restoring apps. Let’s take a look.
1. Start by opening the App Store on either your iPhone or iPad.
2. As the App Store opens, it takes you to the “Today” screen. Tap on the profile button at the top of the screen.
3. Locate and tap on the “Purchased” option, taking you to “All Purchases.” It’s important to note that if you are an individual account, it will just show apps you have downloaded. On the other hand, if you are using Family Sharing, you will see available apps everyone in your family account has downloaded.
4. When you tap on “My Purchases,” there are two options. Tap on “Not on this iPhone.”
5. You can now scroll through this list or enter in an app name in the search bar to locate the app you wish to re-download. When you locate the app, all you need to do is tap on the download button to get it to re-download to your iOS device.
There is a caveat here that your entire app download history will be available. However, in 2017, Apple stopped support for 32-bit apps, which includes some of the earliest apps available in the App Store. Any app built with 32-bit support and not updated to 64-bit will be viewable in your app download history but not available for download.
Restoring from iPhone or iPad (Second Method)
While the first method for locating previously deleted apps from your iPhone is recommended, it’s not the only option. However, if you know which apps you want to download, all you need to do is search for that app in the App Store and click on the same download icon. It’s really that simple. This download process is the same as the method above and will similarly allow you to restore in-app purchases as well if the developer has added support for that.
Restoring from macOS
Even as Apple removed iTunes as software on macOS back in 2019, that’s not to say all macOS users have had it removed. If you are one of the lucky few that still have iTunes, you can restore apps from your Mac as well. To do that, follow the quick steps below:
1. Start by connecting your iPhone and iPad to your computer, then launch iTunes and click on your device inside iTunes.
2. Click on “Apps” in the “Settings” menu.
3. You should now see a list of all of your available apps. Click on “Install” next to the app, and while your iOS device is connected (or syncing via Wi-Fi), it will automatically download o your device.
As you can see, restoring apps on your iPhone or iPad is incredibly easy. Should you ever need to find a previously downloaded app, rest comfortably that doing so very simple.
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Sometimes you might delete an app in a hurry only to realize later that you need it. Or, you might delete an app on your iPhone or iPad and have the desire to install it back. It is possible you may not remember the name of the app and it can be difficult to search through thousands of results on the App Store. If that is the case, there is an easy way to restore any deleted app on your device. Learn how to restore deleted apps on your iPhone or iPad in a few simple steps.
Learn how to restore deleted apps on iPhone or iPad
- Launch App Store on iPhone or iPad.
- Tap on your profile icon which is located at the top right corner.
- Next, tap on My Purchases or Purchased. If you use Family Sharing, your apps should be located in All Purchases.
We hope this guide helped you learn how to restore deleted apps on your iPhone or iPad. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.
Asma is an editor at iThinkDifferent with a strong focus on social media, Apple news, streaming services, guides, mobile gaming, app reviews, and more. When not blogging, Asma loves to play with her cat, draw, and binge on Netflix shows.
Avoid being charged for app purchases that you didn’t approve
What to Know
- Go to Settings >Screen Time >Content & Privacy Restrictions.
- Move the toggle next to Content & Privacy Restrictions to On. Select iTunes & App Store Purchases.
- Choose In-app Purchases and tap to show Don’t Allow.
This article explains how to turn off in-app purchases on iOS devices to prevent unauthorized spending. This information applies to iPads and iPhones with iOS 12 and later.
How to Turn Off In-App Purchases
In-app purchases on the iPad and iPhone have been a boon to developers and consumers, with the sharp increase in freemium games arising from the ease of in-app purchases. When a family shares an iPad, especially with young kids, these purchases can lead to surprises. To avoid these surprises, turn off in-app purchases on your iPad or iPhone if one of your kids uses it to play games. Here’s how.
Open the Settings app.
Tap Screen Time.
Tap Content & Privacy Restrictions.
Move the Content & Privacy Restrictions toggle switch to On/green.
Select iTunes & App Store Purchases.
Select In-App Purchases and change the setting to Don’t Allow.
This screen also has options to prevent your kids from downloading and installing apps and has iTunes ask for a password for purchases if you want more control.
Which Other Restrictions Should You Turn On?
While you’re in this section, you’ll see other settings you can adjust to help protect your child. Apple provides a lot of control over what an iPad or iPhone user can and cannot do.
Have you ever tried to look up your iPhone either to browse through, check reviews or download an app and realized the App store is missing?
There is no reason for you to panic since it’s impossible to delete the App Store from your iPhone or iPad device.
The problem is likely an update issue or some restrictions on your device that you aren’t aware of. All in all, this is one of the most common problems iPhone/iPad users encounter.
This article will shed more light on why this happens and provide possible ways to fix the problem.
Why Does This Happen?
The app store may appear missing on your home screen if you have set up restrictions on your iPhone or iPad.
The other possible reason why you’re missing the app store is “update issues.” This happens especially when using an iPhone or iPad with an outdated iOS or iPadOS. It is easy to get a solution and restore your app store in both cases.
With this reassurance, we can look at ways to restore the disappeared App Store back to your device.
How to Fix a Disappeared App Store
It is possible to retrieve a disappeared App Store from your iPhone or iPad device.
The most common and easy solutions are disabling restrictions on Apps, updating your iOS, resetting the home screen layout and settings on your device, or installing the StarzSoft Fixon Software.
Install the StarzSoft Fixcon Software
The StarzSoft Fixcon tool is one of the best solutions to recovering an App Store that has disappeared from your iPhone or iPad. The software is a one-stop solution to fixing iOS or iPadOS issues in easy steps.
The software supports all Apple versions, including iOS 15, which is a significant advantage. What is more interesting is that the feature is free, and all you need to do is just download and install it on your device.
You can choose to install the full version of the software.
For your information, the software repairs iOS issues, including restoring a disappeared App Store. And it does this without affecting data on your iPhone or iPad device.
How to Use StarzSoft Fixcon Software
The following is a list of steps to follow to utilize this tool:
Step 1. Open the “StarzSoft software” and select “Standard Repair” on your computer. This option allows you to fix iOS system issues when the Standard fails. There is little possibility of data loss.
Step 2. Using a USB connector, connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer
Step 3. Once the device is detected, select the “Downloads’ tab and choose the version you wish to download.
Step 4. After downloading the firmware, start the repair process by selecting the “Continue” button. It takes a few minutes to complete the process.
If it were an iOS issue on your iPhone, the repair will be done without any data loss.
As earlier discussed, one of the reasons why your App Store appears missing is due to upgrading or update issues. The software allows you to upgrade to other iOS versions without putting your device at risk of data loss.
In some cases, the App Store icon may have disappeared into a folder or hidden in the Library, making it hard to locate. Searching for it can help you retrieve it.
The “search” tool is a more convenient and accessible way to find the App.
Go through your Home screen and folders to double-check that the App Store icon is missing. You can use the “search” on your Home Screen for this purpose.
Disable Restrictions on App Store
Setting up restrictions on your iPhone device is one of the major causes of a disappeared App Store. By setting up restrictions, your device prevents you from accessing the App Store.
Therefore, you can disable restrictions on your App Store to fix this.
This problem is common, especially when you accidentally place restrictions on installed Apps on your iPhone or iPad device. You can follow the following steps to disable restrictions on installing Apps:
Step 1. On your device, go to Settings>Screen Time> Privacy Restrictions
Step 2. Enter your Screen Passcode when prompted
Step 3. Proceed to iTunes and App Store Purchases> Installing Apps
Step 4. Tap the “Allow” option to enable installed Apps on your iPhone or IPad
After this procedure, go back to your home screen and search for the missing App Store.
Reset the Home Screen Layout
In some cases, you can restore your missing App Store by resetting the Home Screen layout.
Go to Settings>General Settings>Click Reset Home Screen Layout to do this.
This simple procedure will return apps installed on your device to default settings. You should be able to retrieve the App Store icon.
Reset All Settings on your Device
Resetting all iPhone settings can help restore the App Store App. These include privacy settings, location settings, Apple Pay Cards, the home screen layout, and network settings. Resetting all settings does not put your device at risk of data loss.
The reset button returns these settings to default. To do this, Go to Settings>General Settings>Reset, then Reset All Settings.
Restart your device and search the App Store from your Home Screen. You should be able to locate it.
Update your iOS
It is essential to always keep your device updated to avoid such problems. Updating your iOS device makes it more secure and allows it to run smoothly.
On your iPhone/iPad, click Settings>Software Update>Update iPhone/iPad
It’s essential to note that a failed iOS upgrade may lead to data or media loss. There is no reason to worry when this happens.
You can incorporate several solutions to restore a disappeared App Store from your iPhone or iPad device. Some of the common reasons this happens are updating issues or setting up restrictions on your device.
The StarzSoft Fixcon Software is one of the best solutions for solving iOS related issues, including updating issues. However, it is necessary to double-check your device to ensure that the App Store icon is not hidden in any of the folders or the App Library. Resetting all settings can also help to restore the App.
By: Waseem Patwegar
There is really nothing to worry about, in case you have deleted a purchased App on your iPhone or iPad. You will find below the steps to Restore Deleted Apps on iPhone or iPad.
Restore Deleted Apps on iPhone or iPad
In the past it was not easy to Restore Deleted Apps on iPhone, users would pretty much buy the App yet again, in case they had deleted it accidentally and did not have a backup on their local computer or iTunes.
However, Apple now links every App that you download from the App Store to your Apple ID and stores the App in your Account. This makes it really easy to Restore Deleted Apps on iPhone or iPad.
You will find below two different methods to restore deleted Apps on iPhone or iPad.
1. Restore Deleted Apps From List of Purchased Apps
You can Restore Deleted Apps on iPhone from the list of purchased Apps as available on the App Store. This option is suitable, in case you do not know the Name of the App or you are not sure about which Apps you had deleted on your iPhone.
1. Open the App Store on your iPhone.
Note: Make sure that you are signed in with the same Apple ID that you had used to purchase the Apps.
2. Once you are in the App Store, tap on the Profile icon located at the top right corner of your screen.
3. On the Account screen, tap on Purchased .
4. On the next screen, tap on Not on this iPhone tab. This will bring up all the Apps that are currently not available on your iPhone.
5. The next step is to look for the App that you had deleted and tap on the Cloud icon next to the App, in order to begin the process of re-installing the App back on your iPhone (See above image)
2. Restore Deleted Apps on iPhone using Search
In case you had recently deleted the App and know its name, you can quickly search for the deleted App on the App Store and install the App back on your device.
1. Open the App Store on your iPhone or iPad.
Note: Make sure that you are signed in with the same Apple ID that you had used to purchase the App.
2. Once you are on the App Store, search for the Deleted App by typing its Name in the search bar.
3. Now, tap on the Deleted App as it comes up in search results.
4. The next step is to Download and Install the App back on your device.
Since you have already paid for the App, you won’t be charged for downloading the App yet again from the App Store.
What You Need to Know About Apps Linked to Your Apple ID
As mentioned above, all the Apps that you download from the App Store, including Free and Paid Apps are linked to your Apple ID and all these Apps are stored in your Account on Apple’s Cloud servers.
What is good about this setup is that practically every App that you Purchase or download for Free from the App Store will be available in your App Store Account.
Even if the publisher of the App removes a particular App from the App Store, the removed App will still be available in your Account.
However, this set up of saving every downloaded and purchased App to a User Account can create a huge list of Free, Purchased and discarded apps, which makes it difficult to find a particular App from the huge pile of Apps linked to your User Account.
Also, Apple does not allow you to permanently delete any of the Apps that are linked to your Account, which makes it difficult to get rid of unused or embarrassing Apps (if any) that you may have downloaded in the past.
Trying to find the deleted app that you have installed a long time ago on your iPad or iPhone? If you happen to be in the very same situation that you downloaded an app normally from the App Store and then deleted it for some reason and couldn’t find it again because you forgot the name or don’t know how to exactly type it, this is the trick I want to give you.
Could I undelete the Apps that on my iPad?
I’m using an iPad but unfortunately I deleted some apps on my new iPad but now I want them back. Is there a way to restore and undelete iPad apps?
We often download, try and delete apps on our iPad or iPhone to free up space since we think that we won’t use them anymore. If you delete an App and later want it back, is there any way to find and recover the deleted iPad apps?
The fact is that whether the apps are bought from iOS device or desktop, iTunes keeps a copy on your hard drive to be able to transfer it in the future if you change your mind.
So if the app you deleted from your iPad was a paid one, then don’t worry that you should have to pay it again to use it again. Just find the app in the iTunes App Store on the iPad and download it again.
But What happens if the apps get pulled out from the App Store? With some graphic-intense games approaching the 1Gb mark, the whole storage system in iTunes becomes a joke. Then how can we keep those apps we have purchased?
How to find and restore deleted Apps on iPad/iPhone, from App Store?
You can redownload apps on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from App Store by easy accessing. If you know the name of the deleted app, just search by app name to redownload it. If you accidentally deleted app and forgot the name or don’t know how to type it, you can look through your purchased list to find the deleted app on your iPad or iPhone.
If you know the name of the deleted application, search to locate it:
- Open App Store application use the search box to find the name of the deleted app.
- Find the matching name of the deleted app that you want to regain.
- Tap on the cloud download icon to start the app restore process. It will begin to download again, and you might need to confirm the Apple ID login information in this process.
In case you deleted the app and forgot the name, how to find the deleted app on iPad or iPhone?
If you’re using the same device, or it doesn’t have to be your device, in case you’re using the same Apple ID on some other iPhone, iPad, or other compatible device, the it will be able to find the app.
1. Open up the App Store in the normal way, go to Today’s section at the bottom of the screen on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
2. Then tap on your account icon or your photo in the upper-right corner, then tap Purchased.
3. Get into “My Purchases”, and tap on “Not on this iPad” or “Not on this iPhone” to reveal the deleted apps you have purchased.
4. Find the app that you want to restore, then tap the Cloud download icon to redownload the app to your iPad or iPhone.
Both of the two ways work and they’re pretty easy. It’s a useful informative trick for everyone, especially for parents and educators who might often get frustrated to cope with restoring apps deleted by kids. With the trick above, you will have those apps restored to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch as soon as possible.
What’s more, iOS apps are not the only thing that can be redownloaded and recovered easily. The easy restore method could also work with iTunes Store purchases like music, movies, TV shows and books. You can recover your purchased music, movies, and TV shows from iTunes Store, and get back your books and audiobooks in iBook on iOS device.
Note: During the restoring process, you should make sure you have the same Apple ID signed in to find the right of your app history.
Recover deleted iPad App data with an iOS data recovery software
Restoring the deleted apps on iPad could be easier than the associated app data. If you had pictures and videos on the Apps you’ve deleted from your iPad or iPhone, just restoring the app can not get your App data back. To retrieve deleted App photos, App video, App documents, you can use a third-party iOS data recovery tool – PhoneRescue for iOS to get them back.
How to recover deleted apps data on iPad, iPhone
Do as following:
- Launch PhoneRescue and connect your iPad device to computer with USB cable.
- Select “Recover from iOS Device” mode and start the scanning process.
- Browse the result panel, find the app data you want and restore them to iOS device or computer.
Apart from directly scanning iOS devices to undelete app data, you can also extract and restore app photos, app videos, app documents from iTunes / iCloud backup. To get more instructions, you can check the following article about how to recover deleted App data from your iPhone, iPad devices.
Recover Deleted App Data from iPhone?
Do you want to recover your recently deleted App data on your iPhone or iPad? If you use iTunes backup or iCloud you can perform a full restore to restore not only the app installed but also the app data you’ve deleted.
If you don’t have anything backup, you still have the chance to get your Application data back…
If you’ve deleted an app on your iPhone and iPad to save space or because you didn’t find the app useful at the time, it’s not a one-way street – you can always re-install said app on your device in a few short steps.
While there’s no section in iOS that exclusively lists “recently deleted” apps as such, you can still find the apps that you’ve purchased in the past but are no longer downloaded to your iPhone, which amounts to the same thing in practice.
- Launch the App Store app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap the Today tab if it isn’t selected already.
- Tap your circular profile photo at the top-right of the Today screen to access the account settings screen.
- Tap Purchased.
- Tap My Purchases.
- In the “Purchased” screen, tap the Not on this iPhone/iPad tab.
- Scroll through the list of purchased apps to find the one that you want to reinstate, and tap the cloud download icon next to it to re-download and install. (If you have a big purchase history, you may find it easier to use the search field at the top of the list to find the app you’re looking for.)
Your chosen app will now start downloading from Apple’s servers. This could take a few seconds or several minutes, depending on the size of the app and your connection, but you can exit the App Store app and continue doing other things on your device while it downloads in the background.
We are often forced to remove iOS apps due to limited iPhone space. Other times we accidentally delete an app on iPhone, misplace it while decluttering the Home Screen, or it seems to suddenly disappear on its own! But it doesn’t mean we’ve lost it forever. Here’s how to restore lost or deleted apps on iPhone.
How to find hidden apps on iPhone
Before trying to restore lost apps, check if you really did delete them from your phone in the first place. You could have accidentally removed them from your Home Screen. In this case, they are hidden in the App Library. Here’s how to unhide it and get an app back on your Home Screen iPhone:
Swipe Home Screens left till you see the App Library screen. Type the name of the app in the search bar. If the search is successful, press and hold the app icon until a drop-down menu appears, then tap on Add to Home Screen.
No luck with that method? Then read on for tips to restore deleted apps.
How to find deleted apps on iPhone
The App Store keeps track of all the apps you ever purchased or downloaded on the iPhone or iPad. This facilitates recovering lost or deleted iPhone apps in at least two ways: you can look for it in the Apple purchase history or look it up in the App store.
Apple purchase history
The most useful way to recover purchased apps is via the Purchased list. To do so, open the App Store and tap on the profile icon. Then press Purchased and go to Not on this iPhone tab. You see a list of all your previously purchased or downloaded apps that have since been removed or were never installed on this iPhone.
From within your iPhone, open the App Store and search for the app you are trying to reinstall. Then simply re-download it. For paid apps you have already purchased it might seem that you have to repurchase at first.
However, once you tap on the price and enter your Apple ID and password, you’ll get the following message which means that you can download the app for free.
How to restore deleted apps on iPhone
The backup solution
If you need to restore deleted apps that you haven’t found in your Apple purchase history, we at CopyTrans are ready to lend you a hand. Use CopyTrans Shelbee to restore apps from an iTunes backup.
Where the hell am I supposed to take an iTunes backup, you are asking. iTunes backs up your iPhone every time you sync your device to it, or when you use this app to upgrade to the latest iOS version.
Follow the steps in this guide:
How to recover deleted apps on iPhone
But CopyTrans Shelbee is capable of so much more! This app allows you to:
✔️ selectively restore any data from an iPhone backup without overwriting all its other data;
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How to restore iPhone app settings, documents and data
Often restoring lost apps is not enough if you don’t also recover the associated app preferences and documents. This is where it all becomes a bit blurry. Different apps store different amounts of app data on your iPhone and in the cloud.
Certain iPhone games such as Angry Birds or Clash of Clans store games progress in the Game Center. Unless you specifically removed this information upon deleting the app, the data and preferences will be restored upon re-installing the app.
Some apps, such as Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, are designed to store all associated documents and data in iCloud. If unsure, you can check which of your iPhone apps store documents and data in iCloud by going to Settings > iCloud > Manage storage.
When you restore the app, log in to your Apple account and activate iCloud sync, the app data will swap in.
After re-downloading an app from the App store, CopyTrans Shelbee restores apps documents, ratings and settings saved in the iTunes backup.
How to restore default apps on iPhone
If some of these apps are nowhere to be found on your iPhone, you either deleted them from your iPhone and can easily re-download them from the App Store using the method described above, or it means that usage of the applications has been restricted.
To enable the default iPhone apps back, navigate to Settings > General > Restrictions and toggle the switch next to each app to the ON position.
You can alternatively disable all restrictions in place by tapping Disable Restrictions.
Have more ideas on how to recover lost iPhone apps? Post your suggestion in the comments section below.
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Learn how to restore your device from a backup in iCloud or on your computer.
How to Restore your device from an iCloud backup?
- Turn on your device. You should see a Hello screen. If you already set up your device, you need to erase all of its content before you can use these steps to restore from your backup.
- Follow the onscreen setup steps until you reach the Apps & Data screen, then tap Restore from iCloud Backup.
- Sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID.
- Choose a backup. Look at the date and size of each and pick the most relevant. After you choose, the transfer starts. If a message says that a newer version of software is required, follow the onscreen steps to update (If you don’t see onscreen steps to help you update, learn what to do).
- When asked, sign in with your Apple ID to restore your apps and purchases (If you’ve purchased iTunes or App Store content using multiple Apple IDs, you’ll be asked to sign in to each). If you can’t remember your password, you can tap Skip this Step and sign in later. But you won’t be able to use the apps until you sign in with your Apple ID.
- Stay connected and wait for a progress bar to appear and complete. Depending on the size of the backup and the network speed, the progress bar might need a few minutes to an hour to complete. If you disconnect from Wi-Fi too soon, the progress will pause until you reconnect.
- Now you can finish setup and enjoy your device. Content like your apps, photos, music, and other information will continue to restore in the background for the next several hours or days, depending on the amount of information there is. Try to connect often to Wi-Fi and power to let the process complete.
How to Restore your device from a backup on your computer?
- On a Mac with macOS Catalina 10.15, open Finder. On a Mac with macOS Mojave 10.14 or earlier, or on a PC, open iTunes.
- Connect your device to your computer with a USB cable.* If a message asks for your device passcode or to Trust This Computer, follow the onscreen steps. If you forgot your passcode, get help.
- Select your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch when it appears in the Finder window or iTunes. If your device doesn’t appear, learn what to do.
- Select Restore Backup. If a message says that your device’s software is too old, learn what to do.
- Look at the date of each backup and pick the most relevant.
- Click Restore and wait for the restore time to finish. If asked, enter the password for your encrypted backup.
- Keep your device connected after it restarts and wait for it to sync with your computer. You can disconnect after the sync finishes.
- Get help restoring from a backup.
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Deleting an app on an iPhone is a walk in the park. You lightly press on the app you want to get rid of. All of the apps start wobbling, you tap the “x” icon, and the unwanted app is gone.
But is there a way to keep track of all the apps you removed?
Yes, there is, and it’s very easy to do so. The following sections will show you how to preview the deleted apps and also restore them if you want. Without much further ado, let’s dive right in.
Previewing the Deleted Apps
Once you hit the “x” icon and confirm by tapping on Delete, the app along with its data is gone. However, it’s not gone for good. Remember that all your apps (deleted or installed) live inside the App Store. You are only a few steps away from accessing them at any given point.
Launch the App Store, tap your profile icon on the top right, and select Purchased.
If you select the “All” tab, you can see every app on your account. The installed ones have the Open button on the right and the ones you deleted have a small cloud icon.
To preview only the deleted apps, tap on the “Not on this iPhone” tab instead. It lists all of the apps you’ve ever deleted from your account.
How to Restore the Apps
After a while, you might figure out that you want to go back to some of the apps you’ve deleted. Unsurprisingly, there are a few different ways to restore apps to an iPhone, and all of them are easy.
You already know how to get to the “Not on this iPhone” tab, so there’s no need to repeat the steps. Once you reach the tab, browse the list of the deleted apps and tap on the cloud icon to reinstall it. You’ll need to enter the Apple ID password to confirm and download the app.
The small blue circle indicates the download status. When it’s done, you’ll see the Open button next to the app. A great thing about this feature is that you don’t need to pay twice for the apps you purchased. Restoring the app is enough.
It might be quicker to just type the name of the app in the App Store search bar and find the app this way. The store, of course, remembers your purchases and the process is pretty similar to the one described above. Hit the magnifier icon at the bottom right in the App Store, type the name, and select the app from the results.
The cloud icon appears under the name of the app, just tap on it to reinstall the app.
Can You Do It via iTunes?
Unfortunately, you cannot. For some reason, Apple decided to remove the Apps tab/icon from iTunes 12.7 onwards. But if you haven’t updated iTunes for a while, you might still be able to restore the apps. In that case, click on your iPhone, choose Apps, and click Install next to the ones you want to use again.
On the other hand, you can use the Restore from Backup feature on any version of iTunes. However, this might be too much just to get a few apps. You need to make sure to update the iPhone in a timely manner and there’s always the risk of losing some of your data. Therefore, it’s best to stick to the previously described methods.
Apps Gone Missing
You might notice that some of your apps are nowhere to be found even though you haven’t deleted them. But there’s no need to worry – these apps are not gone for good. As of iOS 11.0, Apple introduced the Offload Unused Apps feature which removes the apps you don’t use.
All of the offloaded apps can be reinstalled via the App Store. If you dislike this automatic feature, it’s simple to turn off. Go into Settings, swipe down and select iTunes & App Store, navigate to Offload Unused Apps, and tap on the button to toggle it off.
Tip: Use the Spotlight Search to find missing or deleted apps. Type the app’s name and select the App Store icon if the app has been downloaded or offloaded.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I delete an app from my phone that I paid for, will I have to pay to download it again?
As long as you’re using the same Apple ID and password, you will not have to pay to download the app again. Simply visit the App Store on your phone, click on the cloud icon, and download the content. u003cbru003eu003cbru003eYou may see a button that says ‘Buy’ rather than the cloud. If you’re using the same Apple ID and password you shouldn’t need to pay for the app. If it’s a lower-cost app and you don’t mind, go ahead and download it because oftentimes you’ll get a pop-up that states u0022You’ve already purchased this app.u0022 Unfortunately, that isn’t a guarantee so you may need to contact Apple.
If I change my Apple ID, can I still recover my Apps?
Unfortunately, no. If you delete or lose access to your Apple ID, you will also lose access to all saved information and your purchases. The only workaround to this is if you had Family Sharing set up.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eReactivate Family Sharing with your new Apple ID and see if your purchases become available. If you deleted your Apple ID, this may not work because you also deleted all purchases. Alternatively, if you or someone in your family made the purchases and your account is still active, it’s certainly worth a shot.
The Apps Are Always Out There
In short, the easiest way to see your deleted apps is via the App Store Purchased tab. From there, you can quickly restore several apps at a time by tapping on the cloud icon. The other important takeaway is that the Offload Unused Apps feature automatically deletes apps. Turn it off to avoid temporarily losing some of your apps.
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Find the app that you deleted and want to re-install. Then, tap on the cloud icon right next to the app, and the installation will begin. Alternatively, you can also search for the purchased app on the App Store. When you download the app (that you’ve already paid for), you won’t be charged again.
How to recover deleted apps data on iPad, iPhone. Do as following: Launch PhoneRescue and connect your iPad device to computer with USB cable. Select “Recover from iOS Device” mode and start the scanning process. Browse the result panel, find the app data you want and restore them to iOS device or computer.
Can you recover deleted apps on iPad?
On your iPad, go to App Store. Tap on “Updates” at the bottom of the pad screen. . It lists all the Apps you once bought on your iPad, including the history of deleted apps on iPad/iPhone. Scroll to find the apps you want to retrieve and tap the Download icon to reinstall them on your iPad.
How do I find recently deleted apps on iPhone?
Launch the App Store, tap your profile icon on the top right, and select Purchased. If you select the “All” tab, you can see every app on your account. The installed ones have the Open button on the right and the ones you deleted have a small cloud icon.
Can you find recently deleted apps?
The most straightforward way to get access to your deleted apps is already on your device. . In the menu, tap on “My Apps & Games,” on some Android devices it might say “Manage apps & device” instead. From here, select the “Library” tab at the top of the screen which shows all previous and current downloaded apps.
How do I retrieve a deleted app on my iPhone?
Launch the App Store, tap your profile icon on the top right, and select Purchased. If you select the “All” tab, you can see every app on your account. The installed ones have the Open button on the right and the ones you deleted have a small cloud icon.
Can I recover a mistakenly deleted iPhone apps How do you restore?
2. Restore Deleted Apps on iPhone using SearchOpen the App Store on your iPhone or iPad. . Once you are on the App Store, search for the Deleted App by typing its Name in the search bar.Now, tap on the Deleted App as it comes up in search results.The next step is to Download and Install the App back on your device.
How do I find deleted apps on my iPhone 2021?
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How do I restore an app I accidentally removed?
Recover Deleted Apps on Android Phone or TabletVisit the Google Play Store. On your phone or tablet open up the Google Play Store and make sure you are on the homepage of the store.Tap on the 3 Line Icon. . Tap on My Apps & Games. . Tap on Library Tab. . Reinstall Deleted Apps.
How do I restore my iPhone apps to my iPad?
Restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from a backupTurn on your device. . Follow the onscreen setup steps until you reach the Apps & Data screen, then tap Restore from iCloud Backup.Sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID.Choose a backup. . When asked, sign in with your Apple ID to restore your apps and purchases.
How do I see deleted app history?
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How to reset your iPhone or iPad, using your computer or from the phone itself, even when it freezes or won’t turn on anymore
When an electronic device does not work many times, it is enough to restart it to make it work again. This trick doesn’t always work and, in the worst case, there is nothing left to do but reset it and reset it. This tip applies to PCs but also to the latest generation of smartphones and tablets, including expensive iPhones and iPads.
Though do a factory reset on the iPhone it is not exactly ideal due to the data lost during the process (even if they can be recovered at any time via iCloud) this operation is necessary if there are errors that prevent it from turning on, if we have problems charging the battery or if we cannot unlock it in any way.
Furthermore, a full reset is afundamental operation in the case of transfer of the iPhone to another person, to prevent the latter from finding the previous owner’s personal information and using the apps or accounts on our newly sold iPhone.
In this guide we will show you all the ways to factory reset an iPhone, whatever it is; the instructions we can use them also for the iPad, since the systems are virtually identical.
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Before proceeding with restoring the iPhone or iPad it is helpful create a backup of the device on iCloud, so you don’t lose your photos, messages, phonebook contacts, phone settings and installed apps.
The fastest and fastest way to backup is directly from the Apple device, without using any PC or Mac: so let’s go to the Settings -> Apple ID -> iCloud path, check how much cloud space we have available (5 GB are offered for free, but space can be increased) and activate the backup for all the elements we want to save (Photos, iCloud Backup and Keychain) and activate the switches next to the items iCloud Drive, Contacts, Calendars, Promerioria, Notes, Messages and Safari. If necessary, we also activate other backups among the items in the menu, based on the type of app installed and the needs of each individual user.
After activating the backup, we always wait at least 10 minutes to complete the backup, especially if we have many photos and videos to synchronize. To learn more, we invite you to read our guide on how backup iPhone.
How to reset the iPhone
Once the backup is finished we can restore the iPhone or iPad directly from the device. To proceed we open the app Settings, let’s get to the menu Generali, we press on the menu Transfer or erase iPhone / iPad, we select the item Initialize content and settings and finally press on Continue.
Let’s follow the procedure indicated to complete the reset of the device. After the phone or tablet has been reset (it may take several minutes), the Apple device will be as good as new and can be restored as a backup or transferred to third parties, without fear that someone may use our data, our accounts or our apps. .
The restore can also be started from the PC or Mac: to proceed, all we have to do is connect the iPhone or iPad to the computer via USB cable, start iTunes (on Windows) or the Finder (on Mac), press the name of the Apple device and, in the screen that appears, press the key Restore iPhone / iPad.
To learn more we can read our guide on how to manage iPhone from PC with iTunes.
Personal backup restore
Now that the phone has been reset, if we don’t have to give it or sell it to others, let’s restart it and proceed with the first installation, indicating the Apple account to use. We will notice when turning on the iPhone the startup wizard, from which you can restore the data from a backup or continue as if you had a new mobile phone that just came out of the factory or the store.
If we have backed up to iCloud just before the reset, the system will ask us to restore the most recent backup immediately after connecting to a Wi-Fi network; if instead we want to restore the iPhone from the iTunes backup, connect the phone to the PC, start iTunes or Finder, press on the name of the phone and choose the item Restore backup.
iPhone or iPad locked or not recoverable: what to do?
If the iPhone or iPad is locked and it is not possible to reset from the settings menu, all is not lost! First we can force restart the iPhone because maybe it was just a temporary error that will not happen upon restart.
To force restart locked iPhone we keep the key pressed Power until the red slider appears which can be dragged to turn off the phone. After the device shuts down, we press and hold the key again Power until the Apple logo appears.
To reset totally frozen iPhone (even on startup) press and hold the Home and Power buttons for 10 seconds, until you see the Apple logo. If we have an iPhone X or later models we can try the forced reset by holding down a volume key and the side key until you see the shutdown slider. Alternatively we can do a reset dell’iPhone putting it in DFU mode (Device Firmware Update).
To activate DFU mode on iPhones prior to iPhone X, turn off the iPhone and connect it to the computer with iTunes installed and open. DFU mode is activated pressing the Home and Power keys together and holding them for 10 seconds. After 10 seconds we release only the power button, leaving the Home key pressed until iTunes detects the iPhone and puts it in recovery mode. In this mode we can start a new installation of the operating system and a total restore of the iPhone operation directly.
To activate DFU mode on iPhone X or later models, connect the device from off to the PC (with iTunes running), press and quickly release the button Volume Up, press and quickly release the key Volume Down and we hold down on the right side button until the screen becomes all black; quickly press the side button and together Volume Down for 5 seconds, we release the side button and continue to hold the button down Volume Down until iTunes detects the iPhone in DFU mode.
To learn more, we can also read our guide on how put iPhone in DFU to reinstall iOS.
With the suggestions in this guide we will be able to perform a factory reset of any iPhone, restore a phone that is locked or that no longer works correctly or prepare the Apple smartphone for sale or transfer to another user (who will thus not be able to use ours account and our data).
To learn more, we recommend reading our articles on how restore dead iPhone that won’t turn on and how to pass data from old to new iPhone.
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If you’ve purchased an app from the iOS App Store or the Mac App Store and there’s a problem, you can contact Apple to get your money back. This isn’t automatic — you’ll have to provide a reason you want a refund and Apple will review your request.
This same process also works with other iTunes purchases, including music, books, movies, and TV shows. This isn’t integrated into the App Store on iOS — you’ll need to use iTunes on a computer or Apple’s website to initiate a refund request.
How This Works
Apple only allows you to request a refund for purchases you’ve made in the last 90 days. Unlike Android’s Google Play Store, which offers a two-hour no-questions-asked refund period, Apple doesn’t offer automated refunds in the same way. This isn’t meant to be a feature that allows you to trial paid apps, although Android’s refund feature can be used in that way.
To request a refund, you’ll need to “report a problem” with your purchase to Apple, select a specific problem, and explain your request to Apple. Reasons include “I didn’t authorize this purchase,” “Item didn’t download or can’t be found,” “Item won’t install or downloads too slowly,” “Item opens but doesn’t function as expected,” and “Problem is not listed here” for explaining your own situation.
After you provide a reason, Apple’s customer service will review your request. This may take a day or two, and you may be contacted for more information.
Use Apple’s Website
iTunes just takes you to Apple’s website, so you can skip iTunes entirely and use Apple’s website itself. To do so, visit the Report a Problem page on Apple’s website. You could also access this website on your iPhone or iPad.
Sign in with your Apple ID, click “Apps” and click “Report a Problem” next to the app or other purchase you want a refund for. Choose the reason you want a refund and describe the situation to Apple.
Start From Your Email
The receipt Apple emails to you include quick “Report a Problem” links you can use to report problems and request refunds, so you could start from your email. Open your email on your computer, iPhone, or iPad and search for the name of the app. This should find an email receipt for that app, emailed to you from Apple.
Open that email and tap or click the “Report a Problem” link to go straight to Apple’s website to report a problem with the purchase and request a refund.
Start From iTunes
Apple also offers this feature in iTunes on Macs and Windows PCs. As usual, iTunes is the clunkiest, slowest way to do this. You’re better off starting on the web, as clicking through iTunes will ultimately take you to the web, anyway.
To do this in iTunes, open iTunes on your Mac or Windows PC and ensure you’re signed in with the same account you use on your iPhone or iPad. Click the profile picture at the top-right of the iTunes window and select “Account Info.” If you need to sign in with a different account, select “Sign Out” and then sign in with the correct account first. Enter your Apple ID password when iTunes requests it.
Scroll down to the Purchase History section and click “See All” to see a list of your purchases.
Locate the app you want a refund for. If it’s part of a multiple-app group of purchases, click the arrow button to the left of those purchases and then click “Report a Problem.” If it’s on its own line here, you can just click “Report a Problem.”
You’ll then see “Report a Problem” links appear to the right of the each app. Click the “Report a Problem” link for the app you want a refund for.
You’ll be taken to Apple’s website, where you’ll have to log in again. Choose the reason you want a refund and describe the problem to Apple.
Apple does have a system set up to handle refund requests, but they’re far from guaranteed. If you’re just experiencing a technical problem, there’s a good chance you’ll be told to contact the app developer for technical support.
In the new iOS 11, Apple lets you hide purchased apps from the App Store no matter if you have “Family Sharing” turned on or not, which is an interesting change from iOS 10. It’s a fairly easy task to hide an app from your list of purchases, but unhiding it is anything but easy.
First, if you can’t find the “Purchased” section anymore in the App Store on your iPhone, that’s because it moved slightly. To get to it, tap your profile icon and you’ll see it there instead of in the “Updates” tab.
From either the “All” or “Not on this iPhone” tab, just swipe left on any app to reveal the “Hide” button, then tap on it to hide it. However, once you do that, you’ll never see the app again in this list. So how exactly do you get it back if you accidentally hid the wrong one?
While you can unhide hidden purchases of music, movies, and TV shows in the iTunes app, there is no way to unhide hidden iOS apps from either the App Store or iTunes app. You can’t even do it from a browser window in Safari.
So what do you do? Well, I’m sorry to say, but you have to open up iTunes in macOS or Windows. Yep, you can only do this from your computer. But there’s an even bigger issue to worry about . you can only do this using iTunes 12.6.X or lower.
The new iTunes 12.7 removed the App Store completely from iTunes, and with it, they also removed the ability to unhide hidden iOS apps — a huge oversight that Apple needs to address. We’ll update this guide if they ever fix it, but for now, you’re limited to just using iOS 12.6.X and below, so make sure you don’t update if this is a big issue for you. If you did update already, you should downgrade and install the last version of iTunes.
If you know the name of the app, you’ll still be able to search for it in the App Store on your iPhone and redownload it that way, but you won’t be able to view it in your purchase history on your iPhone without unhiding it in iTunes 12.6.X or lower.
So if you’re running iTunes 12.6.X or lower, simply open it up, then click on “Account” in the menu bar, followed by “View My Account.” You will be prompted to enter your password, then you’ll see your Account Information page. From there, click on “Manage” next to Hidden Purchases in the iTunes in the Cloud section.
On the next screen, make sure “Apps” is selected, then simply click on the “Unhide” button underneath the app you want to see again in your purchased history on your iPhone.
Hopefully, Apple addresses this issue soon. Because more and more users will be updating to iTunes 12.7 whether they want to or not (it may automatically update). And then there is no way to unhide apps on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, no matter if you’re on iOS 10 or iOS 11.
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Many apps on the iPhone and iPad App Store include the option for In-App Purchases, which lets you unlock or buy additional features within the app after you download. Here’s how to check which In-App Purchases are available before you download an app.
First, open the App Store on your iPhone or iPad. If you can’t find it, swipe down with one finger on the Home screen and type “app store,” then click on the “App Store” icon when it appears.
Once in the App Store, you’ll notice that if an app offers In-App Purchases, you’ll see the words “In-App Purchases” near the price or the “Get” button.
To see which In-App Purchases are available for the app, tap the app’s name in a listing to navigate to its store page. Then scroll down to the “Information” section in the listing. Locate “In-App Purchases” heading and tap it. (If In-App Purchases are available, it will say “Yes” and have a downward-pointing carat beside it.)
After tapping the entry, a list will be revealed showing all of the app’s In-App Purchases and the price of each one.
Now you’ll have one more piece of information to help you make a buying (or downloading decision). If you’re allowing your kids to use the device, it might be helpful to use Screen Time to disable In-App Purchases so your kids don’t rack up a huge bill. Good luck and happy shopping!
In-app purchases through apps installed on an iPhone or iPad is certainly a useful feature. Plenty of apps in the App Store come for free, later on, users can purchase additional features depending on what level of additional features they might want. This allows a user to be selective of making app purchases, and also save money on each transaction they made. Read our guide to learn how to turn off in-app purchases on iPhone or iPad quickly.
However, there are several downsides – especially if someone makes an accidental in-app purchase that they aren’t supposed to make. We could relate to a 2013 incident where two parents sued Apple because their child made an unauthenticated in-app purchase causing a huge credit card bill on them; all of which could be prevented if the in-app purchases were turned off.
And to avoid a potential scenario like the one from 2013, you might want to keep the in-app purchases on your iPhone or iPad turned off.
In-App Purchases on iOS: How to turn them off?
So as it turns out, no one wants to wake up to some hundred dollars of purchase notification from your bank’s credit card billing section. Just to prevent a potential scenario like that, we recommend you to turn off in-app purchases on your iPhone or iPad. Turning off does not literally mean getting rid of the feature entirely, it is more like protecting your in-app purchases with a security key.
Restrict & Turn off In-App Purchases on iPhone
Once you enable in-app purchase restriction on your iPhone, you will be asked to set a passcode and whenever you try to make an in-app purchase later you will be asked for the passcode. The restriction against in-app purchases could be activated as follows:
8 Steps to Turn off In-App Purchases on iPhone and iPad
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone. Navigate to General, and find Restrictions by scrolling down.
- Tap on ‘Enable Restrictions’ from on-screen menus.
- iOS should now ask you to set a passcode. The standard passcode for Restrictions is 4 digit, and it should be different than your security passcode if there’s any. Not mandatory, just a standard practice.
- Once you have set up Restrictions with a 4-digit passcode, you should now be presented with a list of apps and a toggle switch next to each of their names.
- By toggling the switch to off position, the user can put a restriction on a native Apple app to launch without being verified by the passcode you have set.
- Few options are also included in this list apart from the native apps, for example ‘Installing Apps’, ‘Deleting Apps’ and ‘In-App Purchases’.
- Toggle the ‘In-App Purchases’ switch to off position. Leave the other two on, however, you could turn them off for added protection.
- Now exit the current screen by pressing the home button.
All set! Now, whenever someone tries to make an app purchase in App Store, a prompt for entering passcode will pop-up on the display. Without the correct passcode, no purchase will be made.
Conclusion: The Restriction feature on iOS works very well. However, just make sure your toddler doesn’t know your Restriction passcode if you are pouring in all these efforts to prevent them from making an in-game purchase.
Due to various reasons, you need to restore your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. At this time, iTunes can be a good helper to make the iTunes restore. However, for many iOS users, iTunes isn’t an easy-to-use restoring tool. Do you know how to restore iPhone from iTunes backup? What’s more, how to restore iPhone without iTunes? Keep reading to find the answers.
- Part 1. iTunes restore – How to restore iPhone from iTunes
- Part 2. How to restore iPhone without iTunes
- Part 3. How to restore iPhone without iTunes/iCloud backup
Part 1. iTunes restore – How to restore iPhone from iTunes
When you want to restore from a backup file, iTunes offers a regular way to do that. You can take the following guide to learn how to make iTunes restore.
Step 1 Launch the latest version of iTunes on your computer and connect your iPhone to it with USB cable.
Step 2 Click on the iPhone icon in the upper left corner of the iTunes window. Then click “Summary” on the left list.
Step 3 Click “Restore Backup” and then choose your iPhone and click “Restore” to start the iTunes restore.
Note: You may need to enter your password to unlock the iTunes backup files.
Part 2. How to restore iPhone without iTunes
Similar to iTunes, iCloud can also help you restore iPhone from backup. This method enables you to restore iPhone/iPad/iPod without iTunes. Next steps will show you how to restore iPhone from iCloud backup.
Step 1 Unlock your iPhone and open the “Settings” app.
Step 2 Tap “General” > “Reset” > “Erase all content and settings”.
Step 3 Log into your Apple account and tap “Erase Now” to restore iPhone without iTunes.
Step 4 When the iPhone restoring is finished, you will enter the “Apps & Data” screen. Choose the “Restore from iCloud Backup” option.
Step 5 Log into your Apple account to download the iCloud backup. After that, you can restore iPhone from the backup.
Part 3. How to restore iPhone without iTunes/iCloud backup
With iTunes restore or iCloud restore, you can handily restore iPhone from a backup. What if you don’t have a suitable iTunes/iCloud backup file? Do you know how to restore your iOS device? Here we sincerely recommend the professional iPhone Data Recovery to help you restore iPhone from iTunes backup or without iTunes. Free download it and have a try.
Step 1 Launch iPhone Data Recovery
Download, install and run this powerful iPhone restoring software on your computer. Connect your iPhone to it.
Step 2 Stan iPhone data
Click “Start Scan” to scan your iPhone files. After scanning, all types of data on your iPhone will be listed in categories on the left.
Step 3 Restore iPhone
Click the file type on the left control, and you can preview the details of each data on the right window. Mark the files you want to restore and click “Recover” button to restore iPhone.
If you want to restore iPhone from iTunes backup, you can select the second recovery mode, “Recover from iTunes Backup”. This mode enables you to make iTunes restore with any backup you ever created. Moreover, you are allowed to recover iPhone data from iCloud backup.
With this method, you can handily restore iPad, iPhone or iPod. Three recovery modes are provided in this tool, you can also restore iPad from iTunes/iCloud backup. In addition, it can work as a good tool to help you back up all types of iPad data to PC/Mac. Almost all frequenlty-used iOS data can be restored, such as contacts, messages, pictures, call logs, videos, audios, etc. You can free download it and give a try.
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