It would be painful if the things went wrong even if we try other steps to recover notes from iPhone. You may be in puzzle over on how to retrieve erased notes from iPhone 7? No matter how much attention you have paid to protect your data from losing, it happens sometimes. Most users may delete notes or other contents from iPhone 7 by pressing the wrong button. iPhone users may have encountered the data loss after iOS update(such as iOS 11, iOS 10.2, iOS 10.1, iOS 9.3). Besides, restoring to factory settings or jailbreaking your iPhone 7 device may remove all of your personal information.
In a word, do not let accidents hit you unexpectedly, make backups of your iOS data, it is the best way to prevent iOS data loss. As we all know, iTunes only keeps a single copy of your iPhone backup. This means that each time a new iPhone backup is made, iTunes overwrites the previous one. If you have synced the deleted or lost notes with iTunes before, you can easily restore notes from iPhone iTunes backup. However, this will revert your settings and erase the existing data on your iPhone 7/7 Plus.
How to retrieve accidentally deleted notes from iPhone 7 with iOS 10/10.1/10.2? This article offers four methods for you to recover deleted notes on iPhone 7 with or without backup, including iPhone 8, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5/5s/5c, iPhone 4s/4. Read on to find out how to restore the missing Notes.
Actually, when notes are deleted from iPhone, it is not permanently deleted, you can still get back those deleted notes from Recently Deleted folder, for it will keep them for 30 days. iPhone 7(Plus) is running on iOS 10 which contains the feature named “Recently Deleted” in Notes, if you accidentally deleted some notes on iPhone 7(Plus), you could turn to the “Recently Deleted” folder to find them:
Step 1. Go to the “Recently Deleted” folder in the Notes app.
Step 2. Click on the “Edit” button located in the upper-right corner of the screen.
Step 3. Choose the notes you want to recover and click on “Move To…” button in the lower left corner.
Step 4. Select a folder you want to save your notes.
You can recover the missing notes via email settings. Usually, users unknowingly sync their notes off with their existing Gmail accounts. Therefore, you can retrieve deleted notes from Gmail accounts.
Step 1. Launch Setting > Mail, Contacts and Calendars > Gmail.
Step 2. Toggle Notes off. Notes have to be toggled off in settings to check if there is the notes folder in mail.
Step 3. Go to all of your Gmail accounts and check if the notes are there.
The iPhone 7 Data Recovery can not only retrieve deleted notes from your iPhone 7/7 Plus directly, but also, if you have an iTunes or iCloud backup for your lost notes, you can extract and restore missing notes from iTunes/iCloud backup selectively, without wiping any data on your iPhone 7 device, so the existing data on your iPhone is free from overwriting. Plus, other data like contacts, messages, whatsapp messages, music, calendars, etc, from iPhone can also be retrieved via iPhone Note Recovery.
To start with, you may need to download and install the software on your Windows or Mac computer.
Step 1.Select the Recover from iOS Device Mode
When getting the interface below after launching the program, as you can see, the “Smart Recovery” mode provides an accurate approach that is more comprehensive and careful.
Next, stay in this mode: Recover from iOS Device. Then connect iPhone 7/7 Plus to the computer or Mac and click “Start” to enter recovery process.
Step 2.Scan Deleted Files on iPhone 7/7 Plus
When the iPhone 7/7 Plus is attached successfully, then select “Notes” and click on “Next” to allow the program to scan iPhone 7 device for the missing notes.
The scanning process will take some time, just wait for the scanning process to be completed.
Step 3.Preview and Recover Deleted Notes Directly
After the deleted notes are found, iPhone Note Recovery allows you to preview them, including the date and content. Mark those you want and click “Recover“, you can save the iPhone notes on your computer with one click.
Step 1.Scan iTunes Backup File
In this method, you need to turn to the recovery mode of “Recover from iTunes Backup File“. Then select the backup of your iPhone 7 device and click “ Scan” to scan and extract the backup content (notes, music, contacts, photos, etc.) in it.
Step 2.Recover Deleted iPhone Notes
After scanning, you can click “Notes” in the left category to check and preview details of your iPhone 7 notes. Then click “Recover” to save the deleted notes on your computer.
Step 1.Recover from iCloud Backup File
Select “Recover from iCloud Backup File” mode from the program. Log in your iCloud account to let the program detect the backup file on iCloud.
Step 2.Download iCloud Backup
A few minutes later, all backup files will be displayed on the screen, then download the right backup from iCloud.
After downloading your iCloud backup, choose recovery type to recover. Click “Notes” > “Next”, and wait minutes for this software to scan your iCloud notes backup.
Step 3.Preview and Recover Deleted Notes from Backup File
Select Notes and preview the notes to locate which are the ones you search for. Then click “Recover” button to start the recovering process.
Apart from restoring deleted or lost data on iPhone/iPad/iPod, with the help of this iPhone Note Recovery, you can also try “Fix iOS System” function to fix iOS system to normal from some issues such as “Stuck at Apple logo”, “Recovery mode loops”, etc.
iCloud will automatically back up your iPhone data if you turn on iCloud Backup. And you can backup your iPhone data manually by turning on “Back Up Now”. Connect your iPhone device to a Wi-Fi network, then
On your iOS 9 or iOS 8 device: Launch Settings > iCloud > Backup, then turn on iCloud Backup.
On your iOS 7 device: Tap on Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup, then turn on iCloud Backup.
Note: Before backing up your iPhone data to iCloud, you need an active account which will be logged-in on your iPhone or other iOS devices.
Every time you connect your iPhone to Mac or Windows PC, iTunes will automatically back up your data. An iTunes backup includes nearly all of your device’s data and settings.
Step 1. Launch iTunes and connect your iPhone to your computer.
Step 2. Click the Device button, and under Summary click on Back Up Now. iTunes will start to back up your iPhone.
iPhone Note Recovery deals with almost any situation of data loss such as accidental deletion, water damage, factory restore or iOS upgrade/downgrade or jailbreak. You can recover photos, messages, contacts, etc from either iTunes back up file or directly from your iPhone 7/7 Plus and other devices. Also, the program supports you create a backup of your iOS device in one simple click and you can restore to iDevice from backups at any time. Read more at: How to Backup and restore iPhone 7.
Phone Transfer software is your second good choice. It not only can help you transfer contacts, messages, call logs, calendar, photos, music, video and apps between iOS, Android, WinPhone and Nokia Symbian, but also can help phone users backup and restore phone’s data on computer, including iPhone 7/7 Plus. Detailed steps in: How to Backup and Restore Contacts from iPhone 7/6S/6
Download iPad Pro Data Recovery and follow this tutorial to get back deleted notes on your iPad device. Supports iOS 9/8/7/6/5, iPad 2/3/4, iPad Mini/Air/Pro.
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