Every once in a while we get an email like, "Help, I deleted eWallet and now all my wallet information is gone!" Yes, iOS (the iPhone/iPad operating system) will delete all of an application's data when the app itself is deleted (this is true for any app, not just eWallet). Fortunately, eWallet® for iOS provides several different methods to protect your data:
Apple also provides the ability to backup your entire system via iCloud and or iTunes.
There are several ways to get your eWallet data back on your iOS device:
If none of those restore features work for you, then please see the Apple section below on other possible options.
The information above should help you restore your wallet information in most cases. If you can't for some reason though, there may be other ways to get your data back outside of using eWallet itself.
If you use iCloud or iTunes to back up your entire device, then you should be able to restore your device from that iCloud or iTunes backup as well.
It may be possible that a backup of your eWallet data has been saved by iTunes automatically. We have no control over iTunes, so we cannot guarantee that iTunes has a backup of your data, but you could try to recover your data by doing this:
If your data is here, you can close the iPhone backup extractor utility.
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