Saturday, March 19, 2016

Tips to Retrieve Deleted Texts iPhone

If by mistake you have deleted an important text message from your iPhone and you think you can’t get it back, then you need to rethink about it! Yes, although difficult, but retrieving is possible for deleted text messages from iPhones. The best way to retrieve a deleted text is to use the old backup saved in your iCloud or iTunes but there are other methods too for the same purpose. Read on to learn some of the best and easiest ways of how to retrieve deleted texts iPhone. 

Use iTunes Backup
The best and also the simplest way to retrieve any text message that has been deleted by mistake from your iPhone is to use the iTunes backup. For this, all you need to do disable the automatic synching with iTunes by connecting your computer with your iPhone and opening iTunes on your computer to disable its automatic synching. Afterwards, go to the File Menu of iTunes and choose the device and pick the option of Restore from Back Up. Another way to use the back up is by going to the phone’s Summary Tab and then clicking the View Menu and picking your particular device from the options listed under Devices Option and finally selecting the Restore Backup Button in your iTunes. However, this method has its limitation and it will work only if you have already chosen to store a back up of your iPhones in iTunes.

Use iCloud Backup
Another useful method to retrieve deleted texts on an iPhone is by first resetting and erasing all the existing content and settings on your iPhone in order to enable it restore the backup stored in iCloud. After this, simply choose the option prompted on your iPhone that whether you wish to Restore from iCloud Backup or not. Simply ignore the other option asking you to set up a new phone because then you won’t be able to retrieve the deleted text message. However, like the previous method, this method too has the same limitation and that you should have already backed up your device through the iCloud, else it won’t be useful at all in retrieving any deleted text message on your iPhone.

In case, you have not chosen to save a backup of your iPhone device, then too there is no need to be disappointed, as there are ways out to help you retrieve deleted messages in that situation too.

Tips to Free Up Storage on iPhone Without Deleting Important Items

Buying an iPhone is one thing and maintaining it with proper space usage is a totally different thing. Even the users with iPhones featuring the biggest memory these days get bothered by the problem of space to download a new app at some point of time and if you are one of those users, then you have arrived at the right place. Read on and learn some of the shortcuts of how to free up storage on iPhone without deleting important items

Delete Unwanted Videos, iBooks & Photos
When it comes to save space on your iPhone, you can choose the smartest way of deleting things yet gaining more space by deleting unwanted videos and photos. Often users download heavy movies that too in 1080p HD but after watching them, they forget to delete them. So, just choose the Videos App and click on the Edit Button to choose the ‘X’ to delete heavy resolution videos. Feel free to do the same with a huge bundle of photos that you no longer see. Moreover, this tip is also useful if you choose to delete the old iBooks that are lying in your iPhone but you hardly read them or you have already read them long ago. The best thing about deleting videos and photos is that you can at any point of time re load them with a single tap of button.

Auto Delete Messages & Voicemail Messages
A smart iPhone user need not worry at all about deleting important things out of the phone to make more space, as he or she will instead dump off the unwanted messages and voicemail messages. Whether you know it or not, your iPhone message history might be occupying a major share of your phone’s space and memory, especially if you have a habit of sending or receiving images via text messages. However, the good news is that you can easily use some latest settings in iPhone iOS8, where you can choose to automatically delete the older messages from your inbox. Just scroll through the Settings and go to the Messages Option and pick the option of Keep Messages and set that option to either 30 days or 1 year to clear off a lot of space on your iPhone. Similarly, you can choose to delete the useless and old voicemail messages by going to the Voicemail Button and deleting particular voicemail messages and create a lot of space.