Get Messages from iTunes backup When iPhone is not in hand

“I noticed a lot of late night text message being sent and recieved on my husbands iPhone. I confronted him and he said she is just a friend who has worked with, I can’t believe! I want to view the texts on his iPhone,As he never leaves it anywhere and even takes it to the toilet with him,Is there anyway I can actually see the text message without touching his iPhone?”—-Evelyn asked on Yahoo Answer

Practically it is possible to see text messages from your husbands iPhone without even touching his iPhone, What you need is a computer which the iPhone has synced with before and a third party tool-iFonebox.

Everytime,when you synced iPhone to computer,iTunes will automatically generate a backup for your iPhone. Those data include photos, contacts,notes, messages, call history etc. But you are unable to access the iTunes backup.Don’t worry,iFonebox could help you get messages from iTunes backup and only a few steps you can view the messages,call history,etc without iPhone. Now please follow the steps below to view messages in iTunes backup

Note: Even married, there are some things that are private. Texts are one of them. Think twice before doing this.

Firstly Download the trial version of iFonebox by clicking the below icons and then install it on your Mac or PC to have a try!

                 

Step 1. Scan iTunes backup
Launch iFonebox and you’ll get the window below. Please select the “Recover from iTunes backup”,iFonebox also can help you recover deleted messages if you have no backup

Here all your iTunes backup files will be found and displayed. Select the one for your husbands iPhone and hit on “Start Scan” to scan and extract texts in backup

Step 2. Preview and recover texts in iTunes backup
After scanning finished, all files in iTunes backup are extracted including camera roll, contacts, messages, call history and so on. You are allowed to preview the contents of all files. Then choose what you want and click “Recover” to save them all on computer as readable files.

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