As we send and receive text messages almost every day and every hour, there will be bulky stock of messages on your iPhone. Managing all the messages on your iPhone could be a accident-prone task. Still, we cannot afford losing some of the messages which carries important information. Today, I would like to introduce a way to track the deleted messages from your iPhoen, especially when you have no backup at all.
To recover the deleted iPhone messages as complete as you can, you’d better stop using your iPhone right after the unintentional deletion and get started to scan and recover the deleted messages items from your iPhone.
All what you need is a professional third party iPhone data recovery software named iFonebox. It is very easy-to-use, and fast in scanning and recovering. Now let’s get down to the detailed steps about how to track deleted messages from the iPhone directly and selectively.
> Install and run iFonebox on computer.
Note: iFonebox is available for both Windows and Mac, please choose the right version to download and install.
> Connect your iPhone to computer.
> Click “Start” after your iPhone is recognized by iFonebox.
Note: If your iPhone is not recognized by iFonebox, please check whether you have trusted the computer on your iPhone.
> Choose Messages to scan selectively by clicking on the icon for Messages app on the interface listing all the supported data categories.
The time costing on data scanning and analyzing depends on how many messages you have on your iPhone.
> After the data scanning and analyzing is finished, all the messages items will be showed for your selection.
> Deletes items will be showed in orange, please check “ Only display the deleted.” to select all the deleted items to recover to iPhone or computer selectively.
Note: Not all the deleted messages items can be recovered due to various circumstances of data loss and different conditions of iPhones.
Also, please switch “Airplane Mode” on while recovering deleted message to iPhone in case that newly coming messages will disrupt the recovering process.