How to Recover iPhone Call History with Easy Steps


guidance of restoring iPhone files“Yesterday, my friend deleted almost all call history on my iPhone4S by accident, but I am urgently need to view it. So is there any chance for me to free recover deleted call history on my iPhone?”

Similay questions you have? Actually you don’t need to worry when you encountered this problem. If you have synced your iPhone with iTunes, you can recover deleted iPhone call history from your iTunes backup which includes the information of missed calls, incoming calls and outgoing calls. it’s very easy. Just right-click (or control-click) your phone in iTunes under Devices and choose “Restore from BackUp”. Then your call logs will soon back to your iPhone. This solution comes from Apple’s official website. You can try it freely.

Of course, if you don’t have backup files, you can also use a professional iPhone call history recovery software to get back the lost call history. uFly iPhone Lost Files Recovery is a trust-able and user-friendly iPhone data recovery software which is specially designed for iPhone users to free recover deleted & lost data from iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. Download uFly iPhone and follow the detailed step-by-step guide to recover your deleted call history with this free iPhone call history recovery software.

How to free recover deleted iPhone call history without backup

Step 1.Install the software on your Mac

Maybe you will ask why the installation will be put in the step 1? Yes, that’s very important point. No matter which software you want to use to recover your lost files, remember this: Do Not install it to the path where your lost files were stored before because this may cause the data overwritten situation. Maybe you will tell that you lost files from your storage device not the computer, but how do you remember have you ever build a back up for your files in the storage in the computer? So make sure don’t install the software to the drive dontains your important files. (Tips: Use only a path to install the software and don’t save any important files in it is a good habit.)

Step 2. Connect iPhone to computer to start the recovery process

Connect your iPhone to the computer and at the same time Run uFly iPhone Lost Files Recovery. Then the software will offer you two recovery mode: “Recover from iOS Device” and “Recover from iTunes Backup” in its main window. Just choose “Recover from iOS Device” and move the mouse to the device where you lose you call history. Then click “start” to make the software start to scan the device.

steps of recovering file form iPhoneIf your iOS device is iPhone 3GS, iPhone4, iPad 1, iPod touch 4, uFly iPhone Lost Files Recovery will first guide you enter into the Advanced Mode by its video tutorial before scanning your device to find the lost call history.

Step 3. Preview and recover deleted iPhone call history

You can see all the iPhone data including the lost as well as existing files after uFly iPhone Lost Files Recovery finish the scanning task. And all these files are listed in well organize according to different categories. You can find your lost call history quickly by choosing the right category and select “just display deleted items”. Then, you are able to select out the call history files you want to restore easily by previewing the detailed information of all the deleted call history files one by one. In the end, click “Recover” to restore and export the recovered call history on your computer.

Follow the 2 steps, you can free retrieve your lost call history quickly. Besides, the iPhone data recovery software also enables you to regain the deleted photos, videos, contacts, messages, calendar and notes.

Important Notes

1. To avoid data overwritten, please don’t sync your iPhone with iTunes before you completely restore your lost files.

2. Actually not only the iPhone, but also other iOS devices’ lost files can easily be recovered by using this software, just follow the guidance of iOS device data rescue passage on our blog.

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