Ederede ozi anaghị n'ezie ina-ehichapụ
Apple iOS echekwa kwa ozi ederede gị mgbe mere gị iPhone ọbụna na ị ehichapụ. Mgbe ị na-eji Chakwasa ihie search ịchọta ihe na ma eleghị anya, ị ga-ahụ na ụfọdụ ederede mkparịta ụka i mere ọnwa gara aga, nke na-ehichapụ site onwe gị, ka na-egosi n'elu!
Apple ahịa support gosikwara na ma gwa m na ụzọ na-adịgide adịgide-ewepụ ihe niile ederede ozi ma na ozi ịntanetị , bụ mee Ntọgharị nrụpụta, ma ọ bụ weghachi aka ntọgharị mwube on iTunes. Usoro a ga-ehichapụ ihe niile data site na ekwentị gị. Kọntaktị gị, égwu, mwube na-denye ederede.
Ya mere,, ma ọ bụrụ na ị na-ehichapụ gị ederede ozi site mmeghe. Lost them due to jailbreak, or upgrading to the latest iOS. Ị ka na-enwe ohere iji weghachite ha. Lee, anyị na-egosi na ị 5 ụzọ iji weghachite ozi ederede ị ehichapụ ihe iPhone.
5 methods to retrieve deleted text messages from iPhone
Here we introduce 5 ways to recover the lost text messages from iPhone. Biko họrọ onye nke kwesịrị ekwesị ka gị ugbu a ọnọdụ. Anyị nwere ike mkpa iTunes na iCloud ndabere n'oge mgbake usoro.
- Retrieve deleted text messages directly from the iPhone
- Extract text messages from iCloud backup using iPhone Backup Extractor
- Extract SMS from iTunes backup with iPhone Data Recovery software
- Retrieve deleted text messages directly from iCloud (Free)
- Restore lost messages from iTunes backup (Free)
Usoro 1: Retrieve deleted text messages directly from the iPhone
This method is applicable to the case of people lost their text messages while have no backup. It is suitable for all iPhone generation, including iPhone 6 na 6 Plus.
We will need a 3rd-party iPhone data mgbake tool to help us, which can directly scan the phone and find the deleted content, then put them back to your iPhone or save on the computer.
Akpa, download iPhone Data Recovery software and install it. There has both Windows and Mac version. Mgbe ahụ, na-agbaso nzọụkwụ.
Nzọụkwụ 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer and run the iPhone data recovery tool.
Connect your iPhone to the computer and do not pull it down during the recover process. Then open the program, you will see the main interface as below.
Nzọụkwụ 2: Start the scan process in order to find the lost messages
After you click the “Malite iṅomi” button, the program will begin to scan your phone and try to find all the data on your device, including those deleted.
Nzọụkwụ 3: Preview na-agbake na-ehichapụ ozi ederede site na iPhone
Mgbe ịgụ isiokwu, niile hụrụ data na-egosipụta na-achị gị, you can preview the messages. The deleted ones are in orange. Tick those you need and click “Naghachi” button. The program will ask you if you want to save them on your device or to the computer.
Usoro 2: Extract text messages from iCloud backup using iPhone Backup Extractor
This method is suitable for those who backed up their iPhone with iCloud. You can extract the iCloud backup file and get the messages. Even you don’t have your iPhone around, you can still export the text messages out to the computer.
N'ezie, you should download the iPhone Backup Extractor software akpa.
Nzọụkwụ 1: Choose the recovery mode and connect to your iCloud account
Run the program and choose the recovery mode of “Recover from iCloud Backup Files”, then login to your iCloud account. The program would not keep the records of your account, password or content at any time during your sessions.
Nzọụkwụ 2: Download your iCloud backup and analysis
After you logged into iCloud, the program will show you all iCloud backups. Choose the latest one and click “Download”, then tick the type of files you would like to download, click “-Abia n'ihu” to continue. When you click “Malite iṅomi” button, the program will download the backup file and analysis it.
Nzọụkwụ 3: Preview na-agbake ozi ederede ị chọrọ n'aka iCloud ndabere
Waiting for the scan is complete. You can preview all messages in your iCloud backup. Lelee ha na nne Mmetụta ndị ị chọrọ. Mgbe ahụ, pịa “Naghachi” button to save them on your computer. The software will prompt whether you want to restore those messages to your iPhone if it is connected with your computer during the recovery process.
Usoro 3: Extract SMS from iTunes backup with iPhone Data Recovery software
This method is very similar to Method 2; the difference between them is that this method is use iTunes backup. We know, the iTunes will create a backup every time you synched your iPhone with your computer. So this gives us a possibility to recover the data.
You should download the software first just like before.
Nzọụkwụ 1: Choose the iTunes recovery mode
Run the software and choose the recovery mode “Recover from iTunes Backup File”. It will detect and list all iTunes backups on your computer. Choose the most recent one and hit “Malite iṅomi”.
Nzọụkwụ 2: Preview and recover previous data
After a while, all data in the iTunes backup file would be extracted and displayed in categories. It contains deleted and existing messages on your device. To separate them, please turn on “Only display the deleted items”. Pick those text you want and click the “Naghachi” button. The messages can be directly recovered to your iPhone if you keep your iPhone connected with your computer during the recovery process.
Usoro 4: Retrieve deleted text messages directly from iCloud (Free)
Ọ bụrụ na ị kụziri gị iPhone ka iCloud, ị nwere ike restore your iPhone text messages from the backup (iCloud nkwado ndabere na mpaghara nwere ike kacha mma nkwado ndabere na mpaghara nwere n'ihi na ọ pụrụ ndabere ngwaọrụ gị na akpaghị aka n'elu Wi-Fi kwa ụbọchị mgbe ọ agbanwuru, ekpochi, na ejikọrọ a ike isi iyi. Ga-esi nkọwa ihe iCloud Akwadoo elu).
This method applies to all iPhone generation running iOS 5 ma ọ bụ mgbe e mesịrị. But you should know that, this will erase the current content and settings on your iPhone first and then copy the old data. It means if you have some new messages after you accidentally lost SMS, then you may lost the new texts.
1. On your iPhone, go to Settings > General > Software Update. If a newer version of iOS is available, follow the onscreen instructions to download and install it.
2. Make sure you have a recent backup to restore from.
On your iOS 8 ngwaọrụ: Gaa na Ntọala > iCloud > Nchekwa > Manage Storage, then tap a device listed under Backups to see the date and size of its latest backup.
On your iOS 7 ngwaọrụ: Gaa na Ntọala > iCloud > Nchekwa & Ndabere > Manage Storage, then tap a device listed under Backups to see the date and size of its latest backup.
3.Gaa na Ntọala > General > Tọgharịa, then tap “Erase all content and settings”.
4. In the Setup Assistant, proceed to “Set up your device”, tap Restore from a Backup, then sign in to iCloud.
5. Proceed to “Choose backup”, then choose from a list of available backups in iCloud. Then the data in the backup file would be restored on your phone.
Usoro 5: Restore lost messages from iTunes backup (Free)
This method is applicable to all iOS device. If you didn’t disable the automatic sync option in iTunes, it will back up your phone every time you synched your iPhone with iTunes. You can easily retrieve the messages with those backups.
1. Jikọọ iPhone na kọmputa nwere gị ndabere faịlụ.
2. Run the iTunes. Ijide n'aka na ọ bụ ọhụrụ version nke iTunes.
3. Mgbe iTunes ghọtara na gị iPhone, pịa weghachite ndabere button, or choose File > Ngwaọrụ > Weghachi site na Back elu. Ọ bụrụ na ị na-eji iTunes 10.7 ma ọ bụ tupu, right click the device from the list and choose Restore from Backup.
But its disadvantage is the same as Method 4, You should always keep your iTunes backup up to date. Or you may lose your current data and settings since the iPhone would be fully erased and go back to the previous status.
And there is no ways to preview the contents in the backup, nwekwara ike ọ bụghị naanị iji naghachi akụkụ nke ha. N'ihi ya, m na-atụ aro iji iPhone Data Iweghachite.