There are several ways to text on iPhone. We receive several useless text messages every day. For this reason, most of us select multiple messages on the iPhone and them all at once. This process sometimes takes away important information-and deletes spam at the same time. In some cases, you accidentally deleted important text messages, but you can’t find an easy way to restore them to your iPhone.

Apple has enabled the iPhone integrated with iCloud to store content backups including text messages. But retrieving text from iCloud backup requires some prior knowledge. The iPhone manufacturer also did not a separate option to recover deleted messages in one go.

How to use iCloud backup to recover deleted text messages on iPhone

Here are the you can use iCloud backup to restore deleted text messages on iPhone. Before starting this process, it is important to out that you need to enable messages as part of iCloud backup in order to restore previous text messages from the cloud.

  1. go set up Then click on the Apple ID profile at the top.

  2. Open cloud > Manage storage > Backup Then select the backup that was made before the date you deleted the text messages you want to recover.

  3. Scroll down to find the Messages backup and make sure it shows up with some data.

  4. Now you need to reset your iPhone. This will delete all stored content and data. Therefore, you should only proceed if there is content available in the backup file containing the deleted items.

  5. If you are sure, please visit set up > General > Transfer or reset iPhone > Erase all content and settings.

  6. Your iPhone will now restart and will take some time to recover. Then it will ask if you want to restore from the backup. Choose the correct backup from there.

If you don’t want to erase all content and data from your iPhone, but want to restore the messages stored on iCloud, you can retrieve them by logging in to iCloud.com. Here are the steps on how to do this.

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How to recover text messages on iPhone iCloud.com

  1. Log in to iCloud.com with your Apple ID and password.
  2. go Short message And look for the ones you want to restore. The text message option is only visible when you turn on the backup for text.
  3. Now you will need to close message After entering, visit iCloud settings for backup set up Then there is your Apple ID profile. You will see a list of content backed up on iCloud.Just tap message Turn off SMS backup there.
  4. Now you will be prompted to download SMS locally on your iPhone.choose Disable and download messages From the pop-up message. This will download all existing messages-including those you deleted from your phone.

It’s worth pointing out that this option only works if your iPhone has not been backed up on iCloud recently. Otherwise, you will not be able to get the deleted messages because they will no longer be available on iCloud.com, but will be replaced by the new text you received on your iPhone.

For users who do not use iCloud, Apple allows backup via iTunes or Finder-depending on the operating system you are on your system. In this case, you need to physically connect your iPhone. It also-just like the iCloud backup method-deletes existing content and data, allowing you to restore older backups.

There are also third-party applications that claim to recover deleted text messages on your iPhone. However, TechnologyShout does not recommend these because they may cause privacy issues.


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