iMazing 2.1.5 – Complete iOS gadget administrator (was DiskAid).
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iMazing (was DiskAid) is a definitive iOS gadget administrator with capacities a long ways past what iTunes offers. With iMazing and your iOS gadget (iPhone, iPad, or iPod), you can:
Duplicate music to and from any iOS gadget (even starting with one iOS gadget then onto the next!), paying little mind to what Mac or PC the gadget is as of now matched up to. Music exchange done appropriate, without constraints or limitations.
Reinforcement and reestablish singular iOS applications alongside your exclusively spared information, ideal for authorizing space on your iOS gadget without losing your records, extraordinary for introducing applications including your information on another iOS gadget you possess.
Exchange records to and from an iOS gadget, and peruse the iOS document framework.
Utilize your iOS gadget like a USB key.
Peruse and spare messages (SMS, MMS, iMessage), phone messages, and call logs, none of which iTunes can do.
Peruse, spare, and add contacts to your iPhone, without consequently adding them to your iCloud account.
Peruse and deal with various reinforcements of similar iOS gadget. Picked which information sets you need to reestablish.
Also, other astounding things you never thought conceivable!
New “iTunes Archived Backups” segment in iMazing’s left sidebar to indicate iTunes filed reinforcements which are not longer required and could be expelled to pick up plate space on your PC
Separate reinforcements and gadgets is presently less demanding in the sidebar, “Reinforcement” is currently appeared in the portrayal for reinforcements
Bug Fixes And Improvements:
Stacking music from an iPod Classic, Mini or Nano was never completing in some uncommon cases
To start with access to an application alternate route was moderate, it’s presently much quicker
Removing an application from a reinforcement could fall flat when application was not introduced on the associated gadget
Separating, Installing or Deleting an application is currently quicker
Settled an uncommon crash on Windows when crippling Find My iPhone
Settled a blunder when introducing applications not downloaded from the App Store
At the point when stacking the “Gadget data” see, applications symbols were flickering on Mac
Advance bar was squinting on Mac when upgrading the product
iMazing for Mac
New MacBook Pro Touch Bar was not working with an iPod Classic associated
Other minor bug fixes and upgrades
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor