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Old 04-06-2015, 11:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to Retrieve Deleted Text Messages from iPhone 6 (Plus)?

Text messages, as a substitute for voice calls in situations, is a quick, concise, and efficient way of communicating, and it often includes some vital information. It has become one of the most popular forms of communication, especially among the younger generation, with billions of messages being sent every day. As one of the most important part of our iPhone content, text messages can get lost due to various reasons.

Q: "The upgrade process was failed when I was trying to update my iPhone 6 Plus to iOS 8.1 early this morning. I can restore some content stored on iCloud backup, such as contacts and notes, but I couldn't get back my text messages, which are important for me. How to recover my lost messages? Can any recovery app do the job for me?"

Besides iOS update, text messages can get lost owning to:
1. Wrong operation, e.g. mistaken deletion of text messages;
2. iPhone Jailbreak;
3. iPhone factory settings restore;
4. iPhone has been lost or stolen;
5. iPhone was damaged, broken.
No matter you have created backups of your iPhone or not, here in this guide you will get three ways to retrieve the deleted messages from iPhone 6/Plus/5C/5S/5/4S/4 with the help of an iPhone data recovery tool - Dr.Fone for iOS.
Part 1. Retrieve Deleted Text Messages from iPhone 6 (Plus) without Backup

1. Open up Dr.Fone for iOS, and connect your iPhone 6 (Plus) to the computer.
2. On the homepage, click "Recover from iOS Device".
For iPhone 6/5S/5C/5/4S users, there is only a "Start Scan" button on the main window. After connecting your iPhone, you only need to click the "Start Scan" button to scan your iPhone.

Note: For iPhone 4/3GS users, you need switch to an Advanced Mode through the button at the lower-right corner, it'll work the same way as the normal way does.

3. Now you can view the deleted messages, and choose the text messages you want to retrieve, then click the Recover button on the bottom-right of the window.


Part 2. Retrieve Deleted Text Messages from iPhone 6 (Plus) from iTunes Backup
1. Open up Dr.Fone for iOS on your computer, click "Recover from iTunes Backup".
2. Choose a backup you need from the list, then click "Start Scan" button.

3. Preview the messages you need, and click the "Recover" button on the bottom-right of this window.


Part 3. Retrieve Deleted Text Messages from iPhone 6 (Plus) from iCloud Backup
1. Launch Dr.Fone on your computer, and on the homepage, click "Recover from iCloud Backup File".
2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
3. Choose the backup you need, and click the Download button to download the backup After the downloading ends, click the "Start Scan" button.

4. Select the "Messages" to preview the messages you need, and click the "Recover" button on the bottom-right of this window.


The Bottom Line
As you can see Dr.Fone for iOS manages to retrieve your deleted text messages in three ways, choose the one you prefer.
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Old 04-30-2015, 06:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It is possible to recover sms form a iPhone as long as the text messages are not overwritten by new files, and the tool you need is an iPhone data recovery which can directly recover SMS from iPhone, see how to retrieve deleted text messages from iPhone 6 Plus

Step 1. run the iPhone SMS recovery
COnnect your device to the computer first and then, run the iPhone message recovery, select recover form iPhone directly mode
Step 2. Scan your iphone for the text messages
Next, after your device is connected to the program, click Start scan to scan the phone, if you are using iPhone 4 or 3GS, you need to enter DFU mode before you can scan the device
Step 3. Preview and recover sms from iPhone
After the scan is over, you can click recover button to restore the text messages from your iPhone directly, and then, transfer notes from iPhone to Mac freely
how to recover deleted contacts from iPhone 6 Plus

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Old 12-18-2018, 10:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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If you have lost or deleted your important data from iPhone, you can recover your deleted photos, text messages, contacts, call logs, notes and calendar from your iPhone with the help of iPhone data recovery software. Besides iPhone, it supports you to restore deleted data from iPad, iPod as well.
Recover Data Due To: Deletion, Device Damage, iOS Upgrade & Others. You can try to use it get back your data with ease.
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Old 07-22-2019, 05:49 AM   #4 (permalink)
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To Retrieve Deleted Text Messages from iPhone 6 (Plus), the easy and safe way is using iPhone data recovery. After linking iPhone 6 (Plus) to computer via usb cable, it will scan out all data on it, including the deleted text messages. Then you can preview and choose them to recover.
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Old 08-18-2019, 10:44 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The best way to recover deleted text messages from iphone6/iphone6plus is to use iPhone data recover program,which is specially designed for iPhone and has powerful method to detect the deleted data from trash bin.User could preview and choose the target files to recover on computer.
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