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Old 26-05-2014, 8:08 AM
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How to Recover Deleted Messages on iPad

Have you ever accidentally deleted some important messages from iPad? Do you take it for granted that the deleted iPad messages can't be retrieved any more so that you had to let them go forever? You are totally wrong if that's how you deal with this issue before. Actually you would be glad to know that although you've deleted messages from your iPad, you can still get them back if you use some proper tools.



The most direct and traditional tool to recover deleted data on iPad you may come up with would be iTunes. Yes, it is certainly an effective way to retrieve lost messages from iPad so far. But that could work only on the condition that you have made a backup of your iPad in iTunes before deleting those messages. If you don't have any iTunes backup for iPad, the only way to recover those deleted iPad messages would be some third party application, for example, Dr. Fone iPad Data Recovery software.

By using this powerful and professional data recovery for iPad, you are able to access deleted messages and other files on your iPad and recover them directly through iPad or iTunes backup. You can download the trial version of iPad Data Recovery for Mac or Windows for free to recover deleted messages on iPad by following the steps below.

How to Recover Lost iPad Messages

Step 1. Connect and scan your iPad

Connect your iPad to computer via USB cable after opening the program. If you are using iPad 1, you need to enter DFU mode firstly before getting into scanning mode. Here's how-to:

1) Hold your iPad and tap the "Start" button on the software;
2) Hold the "Power" and "Home" buttons on your iPad at the same time for exact 10 seconds;
3) Release the "Power" button after 10 seconds but keep holding the "Home" button for 15 seconds.



If you are using iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad with Retina Display, iPad mini or iPad Air, simply click "Start Scan" button to begin scanning iPad.



Step 2. Recover deleted messages from iPad

When the scan is over, you can preview can select the messages you want to recover under "Messages & Call log" option. Then restore the deleted messages to computer by clicking "Recover" button.

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Old 19-12-2016, 10:32 AM
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I know that iOS data recovery can restore files safely and easily.
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Old 30-12-2016, 5:39 AM
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If you are using iPad and want to get back the deleted messages, you need to use iPad Data Recovery software. You can scan your iPad and find the deleted messages easily. After selecting all the messages, you can recover deleted messags from iPad easily. You can also retrieve deleted text messages on iPhone and iPod touch. This recovery software can also recover photos, videos, contacts, iMessages, notes, calendars, voice memos, reminders and other deleted data for iPad users.
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