¿Dónde están almacenadas las copias de seguridad de iPhone en mi computadora?


Es posible que necesite acceder a los archivos de las copias de seguridad de su iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch en su computadora para eliminarlos o cambiarles el nombre.

Cada copia de seguridad de un dispositivo generalmente se nombra por el identificador único del dispositivo (UDID). Usted puede encuentre el UDID de su dispositivo haciendo clic en el campo Número de serie en itunes (que lo cambiará al identificador de su dispositivo). Algunas carpetas también tendrán un sello de fecha / hora después del UDID.

If you're using an iPhone XS or XS Max, iTunes won't show you your UDID, so you'll need to use one of our other methods to get your UDID on Windows and Mac here.

macOS

En una Mac, tus copias de seguridad están en /Users/your username/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup.

  • Abra Finder y seleccione el menú "Ir" en la parte superior de la pantalla. Mantenga presionada la tecla Opción y seleccione la opción de menú "Biblioteca" en el menú Ir. (En OSX Lion y arriba, la Biblioteca solo aparecerá con la tecla Opción retenida).
  • Desde la biblioteca, vaya a Soporte de aplicaciones -> MobileSync -> Copia de seguridad.

Windows

En Windows , tus copias de seguridad se almacenan en *your user account data folder*\Application Data\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup. La ubicación de datos de la cuenta de usuario varía según las diferentes versiones y configuraciones de Windows .

  • Windows 8 and 10: In the Windows search bar type %appdata% (with the percents) and press return/enter. A file browser window will open to the Application Data folder.
  • Windows 7, Vista, XP: From the start menu, select Run. In the run box, type %appdata% (with the percents) and press return/enter. A file browser window will open to the Application Data folder.
  • Desde allí, vaya a Apple Computer -> MobileSync -> Copia de seguridad.

Update mayo 18, 2018: There is now a version of iTunes available in the Microsoft Store as well as from the Apple website. If you installed iTunes from the Microsoft Store for Windows 10, then your backups are stored in a slightly different location.

Windows 10 (iTunes from the Microsoft Store)

  • In the Windows search bar paste %userprofile%\Apple\MobileSync\Backup and press return/enter. A file browser window will open to the iTunes backups folder.

Sería negligente si no dijera: asegúrate de saber lo que estás haciendo antes de rebuscar en tus copias de seguridad de itunes :)


2 Comments



AnnFairfax

AnnFairfax diciembre 12, 2018

I have a new phone and want to restore the data from my old phone onto it. But, I had to reinstall Itunes, and now it says the phone has never been backed up. I found the backup file on my computer, but how do I make it visible in itunes so I can put it on my new phone?

Kelly HW

Kelly HW diciembre 12, 2018

Hi Ann,

Are you on Windows 10 by chance? (If not, what operating system are you running?) My hunch is that the original backup was made on iTunes downloaded directly from Apple, but now you're running iTunes from the Microsoft Windows 10 store (or the reverse). In which case, we may have to manually move your backups from %appdata%\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup to %userprofile%\Apple\MobileSync\Backup (or the reverse) if you have both folders. Do you remember where you installed iTunes from (downloading from the Apple website or Microsoft Windows 10 Store) when you just reinstalled it?

ASHOK GOYAL

ASHOK GOYAL junio 6, 2018

my iphone is blocked by ur system because i have put a password with my finger to lock it
not to be used by my grand son
when i was not at home my grand son who is about 7 tryied with other password so many times to unlock my i phone 6 +
but got blocked
pls let me know how to un block it
i have also purchase i cloud storage 50 gb
i have itunes user id and password
thanks

ashok goyal

Decipher Tools software

Decipher Tools Software junio 6, 2018

Decipher TextMessage won't ever block your phone. ;-) If you chose to encrypt your phone via iTunes in the past with a password, you would need to know the password to un-encrypt the backup. We have info on that in our FAQ should it help: https://deciphertools.com/s...