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Old 03-01-2004, 3:02 PM
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How to sync notes from iPhone to Mac quickly?

How do you sync notes from iPhone to Mac?
I know they sync to "Mail" but seeing as how I don't have an account set up in "Mail" It wont let me just open it up... So is there any other way to sync my notes like with a different application. Or is there a way to use "Mail" Without an account set up..
Update : See since I don't have an email setup (I have IMAP Yahoo so I can't sign up for Y! Mail Plus for POP because It won't push to my iPhone) So since I don't have an account set up... when I open "Mail" all I can even try to do is set up an account. I can't get to preferences or anything! - camboy8

Notes in Notes app are important to iPhone users. They can help us record great ideas, to-do lists, or family plans to get prepared for the stuffs. As a business owner, you probably have several notes keeping track of customers, contacts, phone numbers, meetings, business ideas or plans saved on your iPhone that you want to sync to your Mac for easier access. However, transfer by emails is a waste of time. You may ask, is there any quick, simple method to copy notes from iPhone to Mac for storage?

Apple makes it difficult for users to extract and download iPhone files to a computer, no matter for music, photos, movies, apps, videos, contacts, messages, notes, etc. Now, thanks to Dr.Fone for Mac, you can easily import all notes on your iPhone and sync them to your Mac computer.

How to Sync Notes from iPhone to Mac Quickly

Step1. Choose the mode
Just after downloading and installing the program, run it on your Mac. A main user interface as follow will appear. The software provide three modes, choose the first one to find the notes.

Step 2. Scan your iPhone notes
Connect your iPhone to Mac, There are two kinds of situations.
1. If you use iPhone 6/5S/5C/5/4S, directly click "Start Scan" to fully scan your device to get the notes.
2. If you use iPhone 4/3GS, switch to the "Advanced Mode" through the button at the lower-right corner. you need to follow the steps on the window below to enter the device's scanning mode. Then the program will automatically scan the notes on your iPhone.

Step 3: Get and Sync Notes from iPhone to Mac
Following scan, you can preview the discovered notes on your iPhone, the result include the deleted notes. Mark those you need and click "Recover" to get them out of your iPhone to Mac, you can save all of them as a HTML File on your Mac with one click.

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Old 28-09-2018, 6:06 AM
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I know a program can do this easily. It can scan your iPhone to find all the notes from your iPhone to Mac easily. Learn how to transfer notes from iPhone to Mac. Besides notes, you can also transfer messages, photos, videos, contacts, call history, voice memos, voicemail, safari bookmarks and other data from your iPhone to Mac.
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