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How to Restore Deleted iPhone SMS from iTunes Backup
iTunes is a digital media player application, a free application software for the use of Mac and PC to manage and play your digital music and video, in addition, iTunes as a sync software be used to backup your iOS devices when connect with your PC or Mac, such as iPhone. In many cases, no one will care about these backup files (SQlitedb file) but when your iPhone lost, broken, restore factory settings, these backup files will be the only one who can save your iPhone data. When you really meet misfortune, just need to recover from the iTunes backup files (SQlitedb file) with iPhone SMS Recovery.
iPhone SMS Recoveryenable you to preview and recover deleted or lost iPhone text messages from the old backup files, no matter you are using iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 or the lastest version. You can restore them selectively or all restore.
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Next, we divided into two parts to introduce this use guide: How to Sync iPhone to Computer and How to Restore Deleted iPhone SMS from iTunes Backup.
Before setting up syncing, first of all, you should download and install the latest version of iTunes. You can change your sync options at any time. Each time you sync, content is synced between your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod) and computer to reflect new, updated, or deleted content. Here we use USB Syncing for example
Step 1: Open iTunes.
Step 2: Connect iPhone to Computer
Connect iPhone to your computer using the included USB cable and select it in iTunes under Devices on the left-hand side.
Note: Some tabs may not appear if you do not have corresponding content in your library. For example, if you do not have any podcasts in your library, the corresponding Podcast tab will not appear.
Step 3: Sync iPhone to iTunes
Click Apply, in the lower-right corner of the screen, to sync.
Before recovery, download and install iPhone SMS Recovery on your computer. Run the program and then follow the steps below. Note: Do not connect your iPhone to the computer and sync it with iTunes again once you find the data loss on your iPhone. Or the backup file will be overwritten by the content on your iPhone, and can't find the lost data any more.
Step 1: Select the Backup File to Scan
Turn to "Recover from iTunes Backup File" in the main interface, then, choose the backup file for your iPhone if there is more than one backup file. Click "Start Scan" to exact backup file from iTunes.
Step 2: Preview and Check Text Messages to Recover
Wait for the scanning results and then you'll be presented with data files on the left in a list. Choose Messages or iMessages and you can preview the detailed contents as you like. Check those you want back and press "Recover" button to retrieve them. Choose one folder on your computer and save them.
Step 3: Form a habit of backing up
Remember to back up your device constantly on your computer in case of losing your important data. Tips: iOS Data Recovery also allows you to recover deleted or lost data directly from iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS, without needing iTunes backup.
What’s more about iPhone SMS Recovery
iPhone SMS Recoveryis the world's first iPhone data recovery, which allows you to recover lost iPhone text messages from iTunes backup files, and enable to recover deleted/lost text SMS messages and iMessage directly from iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS/3, too. In addition, this program also supports to recover deleted or lost data like contacts, photo, music, call history, note, bookmarts, etc. from iPhone, iPad, iPod with or without iTunes backup.
If you have deleted or lost your important data form you iOS devices, please try this essy way to recover them with the powerful and valuable software. The earlier to recover, the greater chance of success. Windows and Mac two versions provided for users easy to recover deleted data and Free Download now.
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