When you backup your iPhone or iPad in iTunes, there is an option to encrypt your backup.
After you set a password, it is no longer asked, so it’s easy to forget it:
If you try to restore your iPhone or iPad, the password will be necessary:
Lost your iTunes backup password?
If you have lost your iTunes backup password, we can help you, but only if your backup files are not stored in iCloud.
First, locate your backup files.
iTunes places the backup files in these locations:
To quickly access the AppData folder, click Start. In the search bar, type %appdata% and press Return.
In the “Backup” folder, you can see one or many subfolders (named with digits and letters).
Every subfolder contains different set of backup.
In the subfolder corresponding to your backup, you can find a small file named “Manifest.plist“.
This file contains your encrypted password – just send it to us.
Our prices to recover your iTunes backup is 49 or 79 $
Our prices may vary, depending on password complexity, so please send your file for a free estimate.
Send your Manifest.plist file:
Please send your Manifest.plist file as attachment to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Your file will be tested and we will give you a price for recovering your password.
Testing is absolutely free of charge!
If we failed to recover your password, you’ll have nothing to pay.
You must be the legal owner of the file that will be sent to us.
The recovered data or passwords must not be used for any illegal purpose.
If the above conditions are not met, you must not use our services!