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How to restore your site if the database is deleted

What happens when you lose access to your wp-admin page or DB tables are removed from your server?

Nothing to worry about! We got your back.

All site backups will be saved in your Cloud Storage (Dropbox / S3 / Google Drive). 

Just follow the instructions below.

  • Download the bridge file ( here form here (Download bridge package)
  • Go to the root folder of your site via Cpanel / FTP.
  • Then upload and extract the file as shown in the image below (It doesn't matter even if the WP site is deleted completely and the folder is empty).
  • Visit the folder on your browser(eg. and click custom Database details -> Load restore point

  • Then you will be asked to upload the metafile.
  • Go to your Cloud Storage(Dropbox / Amazon S3 / Google Drive)
  • Go to the path WP Time Capsule -> your site -> wp-content -> Uploads -> tCapsule -> Backups on your cloud storage dashboard.
  • Here you can find the file suffix with wptc_meta.sql
  • Download that file and click upload meta-file once meta got uploaded it will be redirected to your restore points where you can select restore points and restore them.

     (To download older meta sql revisions check here : )

  • Now, you should be able to access the restore points using the WPTC bridge file.

Note: Check this link to know how to restore a site using WPTC bridge file right from

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