How to Recover Deleted Messages on iPhone 14



How to Recover Deleted Messages on iPhone 14

How to Recover Deleted Messages on iPhone 14

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βœ… 【Recover Deleted Messages iPhone】
⏰ 0:00 Start
⏰ 01:00 Recover From Recently Deleted
⏰ 01:59 Backup Messages with FoneTool

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βœ… 【Detail】
⏰ 01:00 Recover From Recently Deleted
Apple has added a Recently Deleted section to the Messages app to store the messages you have deleted in the last 30 days. If you have updated to iOS 16, when you tap the Trash icon, the messages will be moved to the Recently Deleted section. If you want to recover deleted messages on iPhone, you can go to the Recently Deleted section to find the messages you need and recover them.

1. Open Messages app – Navigate to the main Messages screen.
2. Tap Recently Deleted section.
3. Browse and choose the conversations you want to recover.
3. Tap Recover button.

Note:
1. The conversations show the days remaining before deletion. After that time, they will be permanently deleted.
2. You cannot recover individual text in the conversation, only all text in one conversation.
3. You can tap Recover All to recover all messages at once.

⏰ 01:59 Backup Messages with FoneTool
In order to free up space, you may have to deleted text messages completely, but find that you need them after a few days. Well, if you want to recover deleted messages on iPhone at any time, making a backup beforehand is a necessary. Although You can choose to backup messages to iCloud, 5GB of free storage space may not be enough to store all your data. Therefore you could consider one iOS data management tool called FoneTool to help you save iPhone messages to computer. It allows you to preview and selectively backup your data, it supports all iPhone models and all iOS versions.

1. Run FoneTool and plug in your iPhone.
2. Choose Phone Backup and go to Selective Backup.
3. Choose Messages to select the text messages and iMessages you want to backup – Click OK to confirm.
4. Choose a location to save your backup files – Click Start Backup and that’s it.

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