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    How Do I Restore iPhone with Local Backup from MobileSync Folder
    I知 in the downgrade phase where I知 using iTunes 10.7 with an iPhone having iOS 6 and I made a local backup file that sits in my MobileSync Folder under Application Support. How do I get this local backup data back onto my iPhone? The iTunes recognizes the iPhone.

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    How Do I Restore iPhone with Local Backup from MobileSync Folder
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    What do you mean by "downgrade phase"?

    You restore a backup by plugging your iPhone into your computer; open iTunes; select your iPhone; hit "Restore Backup".
    How to Restore an iPhone (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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    reinstalling OSX and iTunes and I never upgraded and PDA's

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