A year back Apple users were busy with iOS 8 updates and again in the very same season it is time for new iOS 9. Apple has included many new features in its new iOS version. But with certain new features Apple also seems focused on ease of operations for its users. However customers usually report complications in setting up things in the new environment.
While pitching a new iPhone 6S there are users who want to start things fresh. Such lucky users have to do nothing except just to take up a light and fast running device and start using it after putting a SIM. But this become tiresome for existing users as getting most of the apps installed on an older iPhone for a newer iPhone 6S is a lengthy process. Therefore Apple users with iPhone and iPad mostly keep their data while switching their devices.
This is also supported by Apple’s various services which keep data safe via backups and restore operations.
Alongside iPhone and iPad your Apple Watch is also carry essential data. Apple iTunes and iCloud keep backups of your data time by time. But what if you don’t have access or just don’t want to use either service for backup?
Don’t worry, you can perform the task using ‘Decipher Activity Transfer’ utility which put your Apple Watch backup on the iPhone and then allows you to restore it.
To get your data, first un-pair the Apple Watch from iPhone which will create a backup on the iPhone. Now connect your iPhone with PC and on iTune enable Encrypt and select the file for backup.
As you are done on iTune go to Decipher Activity Transfer and load backup created earlier. Now from here by its Clean option you can select particular data such as Apple Watch data, Health data, Activity and Achievements. Now connect your new device and restore the backup to get the specific data in your backup file. You can download the Decipher Activity Transfer app here.