Many people have been asking for help about how to pull up deleted text messages on the Apple discussion community, as the messages they want to pull up are so important for them. According to some of the answers, it is impossible if there is no iTunes nor iCloud backup file which is so frustrating. However, as there are a large number of third party professional iPhone data recovery software, pulling up deleted text messages is easy and simple enough, even if you have backup file at all.
Provided that you have stopped using your iPhone immediately after the messages deletion, and have never tried to restore your iPhone, all the deleted messages can be pulled up directly from the iPhone. If you continued using the iPhone after your deletion, there is no guarantee that all the messages can be recovered, as the newly generated data may overwrite the deleted messages items. Therefore, it is significantly to restore the deleted text messages immediately after the accidental deletion.
Now I am going to introduce how to pull up deleted text messages from the iPhone directly with a renowned iPhone data recovery software named iFonebox.
> Install and run iFonebox.
> Connect your iPhone to your computer.
Note: iFonebox is available for both Windows and Mac, please choose the right version to download and install.
> Click Start after your iPhone is recognized by iFonebox.
> Choose Message to scan selectively from the interface listing all the supported data categories.
Note: The data scanning and analyzing process may take quite a while if you have bulky stock of messages on your iPhone.
> Preview the exported messages items, and select the deleted items which will be showed in yellow by clicking on “Only display the deleted.”
> If you want to pull up the deleted messages to your iPhone, click “Recover to Device”, if you want to pull up the deleted messages items to your computer for backup, click “Recover to PC”.