I was working on a story on my iPad, but somehow it accidentally got deleted. Is there any way RETRIEVE iPad Notes? If so, how?
I had an existing note that I was editing yesterday and somehow I hit a key combination that deleted all the text in the Note (quite a lot). I have since found the undo key on the keyboard but this would not restore the text that was deleted. I have tried everything to recover it but no luck.
I have not turned off the iPad since this happened nor have I synced. Are Notes synced in iTunes? If so, where do I find them?
Any ideas on how to recover my Note?
iPad gives us magic experience that is even more incredible with the new iPad and iPad 4 with retina display. And research firm eMarketer is predicating that the number of iPad users will grow to 53.2 million this year. The fastest growth of iPad users in the market makes iPad related issues and problems become very hot. iPad users may sometimes encounter the scenarios that accidentally deleted notes, photos, music or video off your iPad. Is that mean your deleted files gone permanently? Any simple and safe way to retrieve deleted iPad notes and other types of data?
To search these questions, you may get answers that say you can restore your notes if you synced your iPad with your iTunes, otherwise you’ve probably lost them forever.
In fact even if you haven’t synced your iPad with your computer before of the notes deletion, you still have high chance to get them back. To accomplish the task, you need a iPad notes recovery program – iPad Data Recovery.
iPad Data Recovery – Retrieve Deleted iPad Notes
The world’s first iPhone and iPad data recovery software that allows you to recover deleted notes from your iPad 1, iPad2, the new iPad, iPad with Retina display, iPad Mini or iPad Air. Apart from retrieving notes, this iPad data recovery program can provides a full solution to retrieve deleted notes, contacts, text messages, photos, voice memos, Safari Bookmarks and more from iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch:
- Scan and recover deleted contact, messages, call history, notes, calendars, reminders and Safari bookmarks from iPad Air, iPad mini 2 (Retina), iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, The new iPad, iPad 2/1, iPhone 6 Plus/6/5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS, and iPod touch 5/4.
- Scan camera roll, photo stream, photo library, message attachments and voice memos that exist on your iPad 1, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 4.
- For all iPad models, preview and selectively restore any data from iTunes/iCloud backup.
So you can get back your deleted iPad notes by three ways of following:
- Part 1: Directly scan iPad and recover deleted notes and other files
- Part 2: Retrieve deleted Notes from iPad backup by extracting iTunes backup content
- Part 3: Restore iPad Notes from iCloud backup
Before of the retrieving process, just download this iPad notes recovery program free trial version from the link below.
Part1: Directly Scan iPad and Recover Deleted / Lost Notes
Step 1. Choose Recover from iOS Device mode
Connect your iPad with the computer, leave the program at Recover from iOS Device mode, which will guide you to scan your iPad device.
For iPad 1 users, you can click the Advanced Mode button at the lower right corner to get into advanced mode to find out more, like photos, videos, etc.
Step 2. Scan iPad for your lost notes
For iPad 1 users, just follow the 3-step instruction to get into scanning mode of your iPad device:
- Hold your iPad and click Start on the window of the software.
- Press Power and Home buttons on your device at the same time for exactly 10 seconds.
- When 10 seconds have passed, release the Power button right away, but keep holding the Home button for another 15 seconds.
After that, you’ll be told that you’ve successfully entered the scanning mode, then the program will automatically begin scanning your iPad device for lost files on it.
For all iPad models, the scanning process will be like this:
Step 3. Preview and recover deleted Note from iPad
The scanning process takes only a few minutes. Then all found files (including the files that is still on your iPad) will be listed in categories. You can refine the scan result by using the slide button at bottom to only display deleted items.
Preview the deleted files one by one to find the notes you deleted and want to restore, then tap the button "Recover" to retreive your deleted iPad notes. Now you can choose to restore deleted notes to your iPad device, or save them back to your computer.
Part 2: Retrieve deleted Notes from iPad backup by extracting iTunes backup content
If you have synced your iPad with iTunes before of the deletion, you can extract your iTunes backup file to recover the lost notes and other files. Just switch to the mode "Recover From iTunes Backup File". Then all your iTunes backup files of your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch which has ever synced with iTunes on this computer will be automatically found and listed. Select the one of your iPad and click Start Scan to extract it.
After a while, all data in the backup file will be extracted and displayed in the scanning result window. Click Notes category and preview them one by one. Then you can selectively restore the deleted notes by pressing the Recover button at the bottom. Now notes, contacts and messages can be directly restored to your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch device that connected with your computer during the recovery process.
When you tried to scan your iPad with the free trial version, you will be surprised that the scan would really recover those files.
Part 3: Recover iPad Notes from iCloud backup
This recovery tool provides you with the new function that allows you to access your iCloud backup file and recover any notes.
Step 1. Sign in your iCloud account
By choosing Recover from iCloud Backup File mode, you can enter your iCloud account and password to login.
Step 2. Download and scan iCloud backup file
When you logged into iCloud, you can get all iCloud backup files in your account. Choose the one you want and click Download button to get it downloaded. Then click Scan button to scan the content of your iCloud backup file.
Step 3. Recover iPad notes from iCloud backup
The free trial version only allows free scanning, if you want to retrieve lost iPad notes, you need to purchase to get Dr.Fone for iOS Registration Code to possess the full functions of the program.