How To Backup iPhone If Screen Is Unresponsive

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Are you looking for a way to backup your iPhone if the screen is unresponsive? If so, you've come to the right place! We'll provide you with information on how to back up your iPhone if the screen is not responding, and also discuss some of the best ways to protect your data in the future.

Backing up an iPhone with an unresponsive screen can be a tricky process, but fortunately, there are several methods available. The most common way to back up your iPhone when the display isn't working is via iCloud. To do this, follow these steps:

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to a computer or laptop running iTunes.

Step 2: Open iTunes and select “Backup Now” from the “Summary” tab.

Step 3: In order for iCloud to recognize your device and make a backup, you will need to enter your Apple ID and password.

Step 4: Once you've entered your credentials, iCloud will automatically start backing up your device. You can monitor the progress of the backup by selecting “Show Backup Progress” from the “Summary” tab in iTunes.

If you don't have access to a computer or laptop with iTunes installed, there is another option available. You can use iCloud directly to make a backup of your device by following these steps:

Step 1: Make sure that Wi-Fi is enabled on your device and that it is connected to an active network.

Step 2: Go into Settings on your iPhone and select “iCloud”.

Step 3: Select “Backup” from the list of options uner iCloud and tap on “Back Up Now”. This will initiate an automatic backup with iCloud which will store all of your data securely in Apple's servers until it is restored onto another device or re-synced with this one.

It's important that all users back up their iPhones regularly in order for their personal data and settings not be lost forever should their device become damaged or stolen. By following these steps above, you can ensure that you have a secure copy of all of your important data which can be quickly restored onto another device should something unfortunate happen to yours.

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Transferring Data From an iPhone With a Broken Screen

To transfer data from an iPhone with a broken screen, you can use iCloud Backup. First, make sure your iPhone is connected to a Wi-Fi network. Then go to the & Data section on the main settings page and select Restore from iCloud Backup. Sign in with your iCloud Apple ID and choose a backup to restore from. This will allow you to safely access data that is stored on your broken device.

Backing Up an iPhone Without the Phone

Yes, you can backup your iPhone without the phone. To do this, you will need to use iTunes on a Windows PC. First, open iTunes and connect your iPhone to your PC via the USB cable. Then, click the iPhone icon near the top left corner of iTunes and select “Summary.” From there, click “Back Up Now” to begin the backup process. If desired, you can also encrypt your backups by selecting “Encrypt local backup” and entering a password of your choice. Once you have completed thee steps, your iPhone will be backed up without the need for an actual device.

Backing Up an iPhone Without Unlocking the Screen

To backup your iPhone without unlocking the screen, you need to connect it to a computer with iTunes installed. Once connected, a popup will appear on the right side of the screen prompting you to back up. Click on “Back Up Now” and iTunes will create a backup of your device's data. After the backup is completed, you can restore your phone if needed.

Transferring Data From a Phone With a Non-Functioning Screen

Transferring data from a phone with a broken screen can be tricky, but it is possible. First, you'll need to connect the phone to your computer using a USB cable. Depending on the type of phone you have, you may need to download specific for your computer in order for it to recognize the device.

Once the phone is connected, you can access the files stored on your device and transfer them to your computer. To do this, look for an option that says “File Transfer” or “Transfer Files” on your phone (this may vary depending on your device). This will allow you to access and transfer the files stored on your device.

Once all of the necessary files are transferred over, you can then safely disconnect your phone from your computer. It's important to remember that if there is any sensitive information stored on your device, make sure it is securely backed up before transferring it onto another device.

Transferring Data from a Broken iPhone that Won't Turn On

Transferring data from a broken iPhone that won't turn on can be tricky, but it is possible. To do so, you will need to install the latest version of iTunes on your computer and connect another iOS device to the computer. Once iTunes detects the device, select it from the File menu and choose “Devices > Restore Backup”. Then select the backup that is most relevant to your iPhone and click “Restore”. This should allow you to transfer data from your broken iPhone onto the other iOS device.

Forcing an iPhone to Backup

To force your iPhone to backup, you need to go to Settings > [your name], and tap iCloud. Then tap iCloud Backup. After that, tap Back Up Now. Make sure you stay connected to your Wi-Fi network until the process is complete. This will ensure that your data is backed up and stored securely on iCloud.

Backing Up an iPhone with a Black Screen

Yes, you can still back up your iPhone even if the screen is black. The best way to do this is by usng a trusted computer. If the computer is trusted by your iPhone, you can back up your data directly to it using iTunes or iCloud. However, if the computer is not trusted, then you can only recover lost/deleted data from either your iTunes backup or iCloud backup.

Backing Up an iPhone Remotely

To back up your iPhone remotely, you will need to use iCloud Backup. First, make sure you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. Then, open the Settings app and select your name at the top of the menu, then select iCloud. Scroll down to find the iCloud Backup option and select it. Now, tap on “Back Up Now” and wait for the process to complete. Once finished, you can confirm that your backup was successful by goig to “Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud > iCloud Storage > Manage Storage”.

Backing Up Data When Phone Is Locked

Backing up data while your phone is locked can be done in a few simple steps. First, you will need to download and install the DroidKit software on your computer. Next, connect your Android phone to the computer with a USB cable. Once connected, click on the Unlock Screen function and follow the instructions to unlock your device. After that, select ‘Deep Recovery from Device' as an option. It will then prompt you to select and recover data either to your device or computer. Finally, click ‘Recover Data' to complete the process and backup all of your data.


In conclusion, iPhones are extremely powerful and versatile devices, offering a wide range of features that make them a great choice for anyone looking for a reliable, feature-rich smartphone. With iCloud backup, you can easily restore your data from an old device or if your iPhone is broken, making it easy to switch between devices and keep your infrmation safe. Additionally, you can back up your iPhone using iTunes on a computer if needed. With these tools in place, you can rest assured that your data is secure and backed up in the event of any unexpected circumstances.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.