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Recover deleted message



Want to recover the deleted message ?If you have deleted from your iPhone, there are some ways you can reconver them . All messages you send or receive on your iPhone, are stored into an inaccessible database in its main memory. So this allows the system to store a quite large amount of messages to be stored. iPhone it is setup from default settings to delete a conversation from this database only when you choose it and it is no longer stored on the iPhone only after a serious clean of the memory, including the back-ups .


There is one hope on recovering the deleted messages, and this is the backup on your computer. If you ran the sync process after the message has been created, but before it was deleted, you can still recover it.

For this, plug your iPhone into the computer, and restore the last backup from iTunes menu. Before of this, you should save the files that you want not to be backed up.

Another problem is that if you make a backup now, after the deletion of the important message, you will lose the message.

It all depends on how important the message was and if it's just the date&time of the message, you can try checking the AT&T datalog.

For saving, archiving, and viewing the iPhone messages, you can use a software like Tansee iPhone Transfer SMSorAniosoft iBackup , which is a freeware utility for Macintosh, and especially for iPhone users

This software can be installed on your Mac, and it doesn't modify anything on your iPhone,
except the thing that it allows you to view, save and backup the messages on it, even the ones you have deleted.

On iPhone, you can store a limited number of messages at one time. If you exceed this limit, the existing conversations might be deleted to make room for the new messages. Syphone allows you to create this space for the new ones, and keep the ones you want on your computer. You can do this maintenance in the familiar iChat format to view the archived


Iphone backup location

  • Q : Is it in iTunes? I cant seem to locate the backup file
  • A : The backup file is located at:

    /Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup

  • Q :where is it in windows ?
  • A :TryC:\Documents and Settings\YOUR_USER_NAME\Application Data\Apple Computer\SyncServices\Local

    The file "data.syncdb" appears to be the one.

  • Q :My iTunes Library is located on my G5. I'm going on a 3 week business trip so I'd like to move just the songs/movies/files/etc for my iPhone and iPod Nano to my PowerBook. Does anyone know how to do this?
  • A :Technically (in case someone is following this), it's

    ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup (Starting in your home directory.)

    Iphone backup photos

    • Q : My iPhone is getting backed up somewhere because iTunes tells me it's getting backed up and takes a few minutes to do it. Is iTunes just saying it's backing it up, but not really backing it up?
    • A : Anyway the way I do this is I use a firewire cable and I boot my 24" iMac up in target disk mode. I then transfer my complete iTunes to my Macbook Pro so they are exactly the same. Now my iPhone and both computers are exactly in sync with one another.

      I am completely baffled. I have found ~/Library/Application Support (by clicking on "Macintosh HD"), but I do not have a MobileSync folder in Application Support.

    • Q :My iPhone is getting backed up somewhere because iTunes tells me it's getting backed up and takes a few minutes to do it. Is iTunes just saying it's backing it up, but not really backing it up?


    • A :Open a Finder Window.

      Start by clicking on the icon under "Places" that is a little house and the name of it is your name. (That's why it's called "Home", I guess) It's probably right below the Desktop icon.

      In the "house" folder named after you, there should be a folder called "Library" In the Library folder, there should be a folder called "Application Support" In the Application Support folder, there should be a folder called "MobileSync" And in the MobileSync folder, there should be a folder called "Backup"

      The backup folder will have a long, funny name that's a combination of letters and numbers.

      Hope that helps.

      Inside that folder are all the backups of your iPhone with extensions of .mddata and mdinfo.

    Iphone backup extractor

  • Q :[Mac Tutorial] How to Extract your iPhone Backups is a discussion within the OS Apps and Development forums, a part of the Computer Modding Software section;
  • A :more you can see back up
  • Q :I had a few hundred ebook files (epub and pdf format) on my MacBook that were synced to my iPad (and iPhone) via iTunes. These books are now on my iDevices but have since been inadvertently deleted from my MacBook. Is there anyway way to recover the ebooks from my iPad, iPhone, or iTunes backup? (I tried the iPhone Backup Extractor application, but the actual book files are not kept in the iBooks app on the iPad.)


  • A :you can:

    1: re-download them from itunes (free if you got them from there)

    2: plug in your ipad (cancel sync if it automatic) right click on your ipad and select import files from ipad

    3: use senuti (itunes backwards) which allows you to transfer from ipad/iphone/ipod to itunes



  • Q :I tried to sync it many times no use. all i learnt is u can copy photos from computer to iPhone not vice versa. is that right?

    if there is a way to copy photos from iPhone3G to my computer pls lemme know. Thanks for ur help

    Cheers


  • A :Yes, it copies the pics in that folder to the iphone , but not new photos on the iphone to that folder on the pc.For my PC running XP, when I connect my iphone, one of those popups comes up saying if I want to use Windows Photo Transfer (or something along those lines) to get the photos off the phone. This is without opening up iTunes as well.

    I believe it's the same sort of pop up you'd get if you plugged any other normal digital camera into your PC

    When I plug the phone in it automatically brings the pics up in abode photo viewer which can be used to transfer the pics to a directory. im running vista premium and did not install anything special to get this prompt... it seemed to install automatically when it detected pictures on the phone.


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