If there are important iMessages you deleted by mistake without making backup, you can try the way in this post to recover iMessages without backup.
With Primo iPhone Data Recovery, you can recover deleted iMessages and more even if you have no backup. Download it now to explore more.
For iPhone users, it’s common to communicate with each other via iMessage function in Messages for it is free and easy-to-use. But iMessages can get lost due to kinds of reasons, for example, when you clear out the message threads to free up storage for the new iOS 11 update, you may mistakenly deleted some important iMessages before making an backup.
How to recover deleted iMessages without backup? This post will show you a possible way to make it.
Once you find that your iMessages are deleted or disappeared, you should stop using your iPhone to avoid the overwrite of the deleted files. Then get the iOS recovery tools to recover the iMessages as soon as possible.
When you have no backup but want to recover iMessages from iPhone, Primo iPhone Data Recovery comes for help. It is made for retrieving lost or deleted files from iPhone, whether you have backup or not. Check it’s main features now.
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To recover iMessages without backup, you should firstly download Primo iPhone Data Recovery on your computer. Then follow the steps to get back deleted iMessages.
Step 1. Run the tool and connect with your iPhone. Choose Recover from iOS Device. Click Next to scan your iPhone.
Step 2. After the scan is done, click Messages to preview deleted iMessages you want to recover. Choose where you want to save the deleted iMessages (to Device or PC/Mac). Click Recover.
With Primo iPhone Data Recovery, you can scan deep to your iPhone and recover the deleted iMessages without backup. Also, it is able to recover text messages, contacts, notes, photos and more. Just get it now to try it for free.
Fiona Wang Member of @PrimoSync team as well as an Apple fan, love to help more users solve various types of Apple related issues by writing iOS-how-to tutorials.