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Keep precious messages

Save, export and print your iPhone messages. Text messages, MMS, iMessages and attachments are safe with iMazing.

Simpler music transfers

Freely copy your music back and forth between your iPhone, iPad, iPod, and your computer. No more iTunes syncs.

Easy access to your photos

Export your pictures and videos, without iCloud or iTunes. Save your favourite moments on your Mac or PC.

Smarter backups ( Free! )

Store your iPhone and iPad data thanks to a unique technology. With iMazing, you safely back up your device, even wirelessly.

Transfer your data to your new iPhone

Without iCloud or iTunes, you can copy everything or choose just the content you'd like to transfer. And keep a backup, just in case.

Transfer your files and documents

Move files and folders between your iPhone or iPad and your computer.

Manage your contacts

Directly copy all your contacts between your iPhone and your Mac or PC.

Exclusive app management solution

Download your apps (.ipa) to your computer. Back up and transfer app data.

Export Safari data

Access and export bookmarks, reading Lists and history to your computer.

Transfer ringtones to your iPhone

Customize ringtones, notifications and alert sounds.

Transfer and manage your books

Export your eBooks or PDFs from the Books app, import books from your computer to your iPhone or iPad.

Access and export calendars

Export calendars to your computer in iCal, Excel or CSV format.

Export call history and voicemail

Access and export call logs, save your voicemail to your computer.

Transfer notes and voice memos

Access and export your iPhone notes and voice memos.

iMazing Configurator

Designed to help sys admins configure and provision fleets of Apple mobile devices.

What's New

After 7 years since its initial release, iMazing 2.17 marks the final significant update to iMazing 2. An all-new iMazing 3 will arrive before the end of 2023! Learn more about this new version on our blog, which will be free for all iMazing 2 license holders who purchased after October 20, 2020 (older license holders can upgrade for 50% off).

iMazing 2.17 adds supports for Apple's newest iPhones and operating systems.

Fixes in 2.17.18:

  • Improvements and fixes for iOS 17.4

Improvements and Fixes in 2.17.12:

  • Added metrics for logs and system disk usage
  • Improved disk usage calculation, including fixes for iOS 17
  • Support for iOS 17.1 and 17.2 beta
  • Other stability improvements

Fixes in 2.17.11:

  • Photos: deleting photos on iOS 17 has been fixed
  • iMazing Configurator: MDM servers based on enrollment URLs now work as expected, using the MDMServiceConfig endpoint exposed by MDM servers
  • iMazing Configurator: Support for MDM servers based on OTA enrollment profiles has been improved
  • iMazing Configurator: MDM enrollment via a blueprint, especially Zero-touch enrollment, has been improved
  • iMazing Configurator: an action has been added in the Organizations section to export organization supervision certificates as .cer files, making it easier to import certificates into MDM solutions such as Intune
  • iMazing Configurator: the device-computer pairing experience has been improved
  • iOS/iPadOS support for Recovery and DFU modes has been improved
  • Device Info: the info Uses 24 hours has been removed from device properties, as it was no longer reliable on recent iOS versions
  • Storage Usage: the Documents & Data category has been added to report user and apps' data. The Apps category now only includes usage of app installations without their data

Fixes in 2.17.10

  • Fixed screenshot not shown on iPhone 15 models
  • Fixed iPhone 15 Pro Max detected as iPhone XR

Fixes in 2.17.9

  • Fixed a crash in Messages and WhatsApp when exporting multiple conversations.

Fixes in 2.17.8

  • Fixed a crash when viewing datasets.

Improvements and Fixes in 2.17.7

  • Support for iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max
  • Support for iOS 17 and iPadOS 17
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes

iMazing 2.17 lays the groundwork for iMazing 3, which is scheduled for release later this year. This version includes many improvements under the hood, as well as several important new features and UI refinements.

For those wondering, iMazing 3 will be free for everyone who purchased iMazing 2 after October 2020! Stay tuned for more details on, and check out our latest blog post.

Fixes in 2.17.3

  • Fixed a startup crash on 32-bits versions of Windows

Fixes in 2.17.2

  • Fixed a crash during filesystem operations
  • Fixed a rare crash while analyzing spyware

Fixes in 2.17.1

  • Fixed a crash when restoring a backup
  • Improvements and Fixes in 2.17.0
  • Spyware Analyzer: implemented a new module to analyze calendars
  • Spyware Analyzer: added new indicators of compromise for various stalkerware apps and the recently discovered KingSpawn spyware by Citizen Lab and Microsoft. More details here:
  • Messages and WhatsApp: support of new Emojis introduced in iOS 16.4
  • Messages and WhatsApp: exporting specific selected messages now respects the sort order
  • Messages and WhatsApp: fixed a memory leak while exporting chat conversations on macOS
  • WhatsApp: added support for "Disappearing messages"
  • WhatsApp: added support for "Communities"
  • iMazing Mini / Automatic Backups: new notification dialog to improve the user experience with the new iOS backup passcode prompt introduced by Apple in iOS 16.1 and above
  • iMazing Mini / Automatic Backups: added a new option in iMazing Mini preferences / settings: Always display backup prompt notifications on top, it is enabled by default
  • iMazing Mini / Automatic Backups: improved error reporting, especially when the connection with the device is lost during a backup
  • Backups: improved error handling of backup locations with permission issues
  • Backup Archiving: better handling of corrupted version databases
  • Photos: export options are now saved for an improved user experience
  • Photos: downloading photos from iCloud with Chinese Apple IDs should now work as expected
  • Photos: before downloading photos or videos from iCloud, iMazing now detects if iOS Advanced Data Protection is enabled
  • Photos: fixed a UI issue preventing clicking the Next button while exporting ProRes videos
  • Photos: fixed an issue where photo or video meta data fields caption and description where mismatched
  • Photos: improved general stability when converting photos from HEIC to JPEG and video from H.265 to H.264
  • Photos: fixed a rare issue where photos converted from HEIC to JPEG became scrambled
  • Photos: fixed an issue where the exported photo dimension could be different from the original when converting from HEIC to JPEG
  • Music: added Play, Stop and other centralized media control keys and shortcuts for both macOS and Windows
  • Music: added new column Sample Rate
  • Music: added support for Comment tag when importing music tracks
  • Music: added support for FLAC audio file artworks when importing music tracks
  • Music: fixed incorrect values in Bit Rate column
  • Music: fixed playlist display glitches on macOS 10.13 High Sierra
  • Music: now handles exporting tracks with filenames exceeding 255 characters on macOS
  • Books: fixed an issue with some audiobooks duration were incorrectly retrieved
  • Voicemail: exporting voicemail audio files to an external drive now works as expected
  • Voice Memos: labels of voice memos recorded on iOS 16.3 and above are now displayed
  • Notes: better support for text indentation
  • Contacts: fixed an issue where importing a vCard with multiple contacts failed to import all contacts if a space character was present between them. Only the first contact was imported.
  • iOS Disk Usage: fixed incorrect reported disk usage and incorrect estimated backup size, working around bugs Apple introduced with recent iOS versions
  • Support for the new iPhone 14 yellow color
  • Restore macOS in Recovery or DFU mode: added support for Macs with Apple M2, M2 Pro, and M2 Max CPUs
  • Restore or Update iOS/iPadOS in Recovery or DFU: restricted USB Accessory mode is now properly detected on Apple Silicon desktop machines: iMac, Mac mini and Mac Studio
  • Add backup location: it is now possible to add a backup location using the iMazing sidebar + button even when there is no existing backup stored in the location
  • iMazing Mobile Device Installer: new, more reliable method for installing any necessary drivers iMazing needs on Windows
  • iMazing Configurator: added a USB port number mapping feature, to define the port number of a given connected device; the port number mapping allows IT pros to better identify on which port devices are connected to, for a specific USB hub
  • iMazing Configurator: added a new action in the Blueprint editor: Fail if activation lock is enabled ("Find My" device is On) for scenarios where devices are being refurbished
  • iMazing Configurator: added a new action in the Blueprint editor: Remove configuration from backup when restoring backup for Automated Device Enrollment or other scenarios
  • iMazing Configurator: added new Setup Assistant step: Safety
  • iMazing Configurator: improved positions and labels of some options or actions in the Blueprint editor
  • iMazing CLI: added command --version / v to return the iMazing CLI version
  • iMazing CLI: added command --update-mobile-device to automatically reinstall or update Apple Mobile Device and other Apple components on Windows
  • iMazing CLI: removed duplicated device properties when using command --device-info
  • iMazing CLI: improved operation progress messages for some operations
  • EULA: end-user license agreement is now embedded in-app
  • Customer Experience Program: help us improve iMazing by automatically sending anonymous usage statistics; no personal data is ever transmitted, 100% opt-in
  • Improved support of Windows for ARM CPUs
  • Improved performance for some backup operations
  • Improved various user interface labels and translations
  • Fixed other rare crashes