You are here because you are curious about what’s happening to your device right now. So what’s the magic behind the Custom restore function in CopyTrans Shelbee? We are happy to share all our secrets with you.
The whole Custom restore process consists of three parts:
You’ve just chosen a backup from which your data will be restored. Right now, we are opening the archive, reading the data inside of the backup, and structuring it.
Please note that no changes are being made to your device yet, since we are just loading the backup.
As soon as your backup is loaded, you will be able to select the contents you wish to restore.
CopyTrans Shelbee takes the data you’ve selected (for example, call history or contacts) from the backup you’ve chosen in the previous step.
Now the program is restoring this particular data to your device. It will replace the existing data on your device, whereas the rest of your data will remain unchanged. For example, you’ve chosen contacts. The contacts you have on your device will be overwritten, but everything else like messages, calendars, etc. will stay untouched.
Backup of the destination device
Just before the actual restore we ask you to choose a destination for the “safety backup”. You will have a backup of your device in case something goes wrong during custom restore. You can delete this backup after you make sure everything went well.
CopyTrans Shelbee divides apps into two types: system apps, that were installed on your device by default, and apps that you download from the App Store, e.g. WhatsApp, Instagram etc. Please don’t forget to download them once again after the restore is completed. More info
You may carry out the custom restore procedure as many times as you wish. If, while restoring your data, you realize that you haven’t selected your photos or notes, don’t worry! When the current restore is complete, run CopyTrans Shelbee once again and choose what you want to restore this time.
You can also set up CopyTrans Shelbee notifications in order not to forget to back up your data. It’s important to back up your iOS device on a regular basis to prevent any complications.