Videos/Photos in Notes Deleted, How to Recover It?
iPhone Notes app is a built-in application, that helps users make schedules, record important meetings, etc. in the daily life and work. And thanks to it, out life become more convenient than before, right? What's more, with the release of iOS 9 beta, a new feature of notes comes to our life. Fist of all, you can adjust font size by selecting tile, heading or body. Secondly, you're allowed to add attachments such as photos, videos into the notes. Unbelievable? Actually, when you open Notes app with your iPhone or iPad, you can notice a plus sign above the keyboard. Just typing it, then you can access the toolbar and insert photos, videos, checklists, etc. to your notes as you like.
Amazing, right? We have to admit that this improvement makes the notes more practical and convenient than before, but a new issue is also generated - videos or photos in notes deleted, how to recover it? You must feel blank in your mind when you meet a situation like it at first time, but actually you don't need to too worry about it, you still can use a data recovery software for iOS like MobiKin Doctor for iOS to get you out of the trouble. That's why we also recommend all iDevice users to keep an iPhone data recovery software on your personal computer.
With it, you can directly find back your lost notes attachments from iPhone, or iPad, or regain them from iTunes or iCloud backup files as you like. No matter what is your final decision, you can get all notes attachments like photos or videos in the program. What's more, this tool also can help users to recover other deleted data like contacts, messages, call logs, photos, etc. on iDevices with few clicks. Cool, right? Now, just click the below icon to begin your own notes attachments restoring journey.
How to Recover Notes Attachments on iPhone or iPad?
When you have finished the installation of the iPhone Notes Recovery software, directly launch it. Here, you can select one of the recovery mode according to your own needs: 1) Recover from iOS Device; 2) Recover from iTunes Backup File; 3) Recover from iCloud Backup File.
If your choice is the first one, you can connect your device to the computer and make it be recognized, then specify the types of data you wish to restore and hit "Start Scan" to begin the scanning.
If you have selected to restore from iTunes or iCloud backups, then just follow the instructions on the screen to choose one of the backup file for scanning.
When the scanning is finished, you'll find all data on your iPhone or iPad have been categorized. Select "Notes Attachments" to preview the scanning data in the program. Locate your target files and tick them one by one, then click "Recover" button to end the whole process.