Once the proper backup file is selected, i Tunes will begin reloading the backed up data onto your phone.
The process is fairly quick because it only transfers data and settings, not all your music.
After the process is complete, double check the settings on both your phone and in i Tunes for what gets synced to your phone.While the feature is good, it often leaves out some settings, including some music sync settings like podcasts, email sync settings, and other items.After them, you’ll need to agree to the standard i Phone software license. Now you’ll be prompted to enter your Apple ID (aka i Tunes account) information.This is the same account that you set up either when you started buying things from the i Tunes Store or when you activated your i Phone originally. You’ll also be asked to register your phone – fill out the required information to do so.Keep in mind that the phone will restart, so don't panic if you see that happen, as it's perfectly normal.
The phone will need to keep connected in order to activate itself.Depending on how many songs you’re syncing, this could just take a few minutes or could take an hour or more. Remember to check your settings to make sure the phone is configured the way you like it, but your phone will be ready to use just the way it was before its data was erased.The i Phone is probably the most popular mobile phone on the planet at this point so there are thousands of people out there using it on a daily basis for calling their friends, texting, playing games or even using advanced functions.Just choose the computer with the backup you prefer).In the center of the i Phone management screen, you'll see a Restore button. When you do this, i Tunes will show you a few introductory screens.Each time your sync your i Phone, the data, settings, and other information on the phone are automatically backed up on your computer.