Are you in need of retrieving deleted texts from iPhone 5? In this article, we will introduce three easy ways to help you out of trouble.
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“I have accidently deleted some text messages from my iPhone 5 to my boyfriend who has sent me so many sweet words. And I want to retrieve them to memorize every day we spend. I am begging someone to please help me out because they are mean a lot to me.”
- A user from Yahoo Answer
Like this user, you may meet the same situation that you delete texts from iPhone 5 because of wrong operation. Luckily, in this article, we will highly recommend Primo iData Recovery – an all-inclusive data recovery application to help you retrieve deleted texts from iPhone 5 through three effortless means, from iDevice, iCloud and iTunes backup.
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As professional iOS data recovery software, Primo iData Recovery can help you to retrieve deleted texts from iPhone 5 with less effort and time. There are some important features of it to help you to understand why you need it most.
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It’s rarely known that when you delete texts in messages from iPhone, these texts are still on your iPhone because they are just marked and hidden. Primo iData Recovery has the great ability of finding the deleted texts and retrieving them according to your needs. Follow the steps below to retrieve deleted texts from iPhone via iDevice directly.
Step 1. Download and install Primo Data Recovery on your computer > Run it > Connect your iPhone with its USB cable > Select Recover from an iOS device.
Step 2. Choose Message and Message Attachments > Click Start Scan button.
Step 3. Preview and select the messages you want to recover > Click Recovery button to retrieve deleted texts on iPhone.
If you are sure that you have a previous iCloud backup before you delete texts from iPhone, you can try iCloud to retrieve them. However, you need to erase your iPhone to restore from iCloud backup, which will lead to all the content on your iPhone getting replaced with the content in the iCloud backup. This means that you will lose the exiting data since your last iCloud backup.
Primo iData Recovery comes here to conquer this inconvenience to help you to retrieve deleted texts from iPhone without any data get lost or damaged. Before starting this tutorial, you need to download and install Primo iData Recovery on your computer at first and then follow the steps below.
Step 1. Launch Primo iData Recovery on your computer > Click Select an iCloud Backup.
Step 2. Sign in with your Apple ID > Select a specific iCloud backup > Click Next.
Step 3. Select Messages and Messages Attachments > Click Start Scan.
Step 4. Select your desired messages > Click Recovery button to retrieve deleted texts from iPhone.
If you have an iTunes backup before you delete texts from iPhone, you can have the chance to retrieve deleted texts through iTunes backup similar to iCloud backup. Read the following part step by step to make it easily.
Step 1. Download and launch Primo iData Recovery on your computer > Click Select an iTunes Backup
Step 2. Preview all iTunes backups and select the right one from them >Next to go ahead.
Step 3. Check and view all files from your iTunes backup > Choose Messages and Messages Attachments > Click Start Scan.
Step 4. Check the details of messages from your iPhone > Select part or all messages you want to recover > Click Recover to save them.
With the development of data recovery technologies, the chance of retrieving deleted texts from iPhone will greatly increase. But now, Primo iData Recovery is still a good option when you want to retrieve your deleted iPhone data, like texts in messages, music, photos, videos, apps, etc. Download Primo iData Recovery to have a try.
SissiA member of @PrimoSync team, love to go travelling and share some easy-to-follow tips about Apple related issues.