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The poor Wi-Fi signal halts creating backups of your iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) on iCloud again? We feel your pain, and provide you with another decent local backup solution: copy all photos, text messages, voice memos or other significant data over your device and save onto a computer.
This guide will set Windows 7 computer as an example, demonstrating how to keep a copy of iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro (Max) locally for archive purposes. From going through a conventional tool to applying powerful third-party software, backing up iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) to Windows 7 PC is easier than you might think - and no stable wireless connection is required anymore!
Method 1: Apple's Native Tool - iTunes
iTunes, a household name for iDevice users, is an excellent option for those who are looking for a free and safe approach to back up iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) data to Windows 7 laptop or desktop.
It can save gigabytes of data from your device onto the machine's hard drive in one go - which can be done manually or set up automatically. Besides the built-in backup encryption for security, it also supports restore - a must-have feature to get back all your backed-up crucial data when something goes south. Before proceeding to create iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) backups on Windows 7, update the iTunes to the latest version from Microsoft Store first.
If you need to make a full encrypted backup of iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) to Windows 7 computer, activate the "Encrypt local backup" option.
Worth noting: An iOS backup in iTunes doesn't include Face ID or Touch ID settings, iCloud Photos, iMessages, etc. Check out more here.
To locate the iTunes backups of iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) data on Windows 7 desktop or laptop, step through Edit > Preferences, then click Devices.
Method 2: A One-Stop iOS Data Backup Program
However, iTunes is a one-size-fits-all solution - it only focuses on wrapping up all supportable data from the device altogether and moving it into the computer for backup purpose. Thankfully, iOS Data Backup & Restore can match up this gap, supplying great customization to do a local backup of iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) on Windows 7's hard drive.
This software is geared for offering ultimate support for all iDevice backup needs. Whether you tend to create full or partial backup copies of the files, it'll walk you through the whole procedure easily and handle the backup task behind the scene without any input from you. Before you could ask, it also includes an instant on-demand restore function, and all the content covered in the archive is visible upon the restoration.
A Detailed User's Guide
Step 1: Run the tool and choose iOS Data Backup
Double-click the software icon on the desktop to launch it.
In the opening window, click on the More tools from the bottom-left corner of the screen. Then head for iOS Data Backup & Restore.
To make a fresh backup of iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) on a computer running Windows 7, click on the button labeled iOS Data Backup.
Here, connect your device to the target computer using the included Lightning-to-USB cable.
A window will open, where you need to choose the backup mode. The default mode is set to Standard backup. If you need to equip the files with powerful protection, mark the Encrypted backup.
Once done selection, hit Start button to move on.
Step 2: Choose type(s) of data you need to back up
Now, the tool should do a quick file search on your device and then list all scanned data in the form of categories.
You just need to select what you desire to back up by checking the box(es). If you wish to choose all the categories, highlight the option saying Select All.
Step 3: Copy iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) data into Windows 7 PC
Once done, press Next button. Then it will start backing up all selected data into the machine. Please keep the device connected until the progress bar reaches the maximum value.
Tips: The software empowers you to back up multiple iOS device on the same computer and makes it easy to identify and manage the backup files through device names, iOS version, etc.
Method 3: An Efficient Data Transfer Utility for Backups
When it comes to great backup experience on getting data off iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) and putting into Windows 7's hard drive, Phone Transfer must be on the list. It keeps everything simple, while giving you the expected flexibility to choose what to be added into your backup plan.
To have a backup of iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) data and information in Windows 7 computer, connect the device to the computer and go to "Back Up Your Phone". Then, tick the check-box next to the type of data to back up, click on Start Transfer button, and then you're good to go.