Deleted Notes, Calendar, Photos, Contacts, and Vidoes from iPad (iOS 9 Included)
To ensure the success of recovering deleted files from iPad (iOS 9), please stop using your iPad now and find a computer nearby, preparing for the iPad deleted files recovery. If you continue using your iPad, the chance of success to recover iPad deleted files will become little.
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. Are Notes synced in iTunes? If so, where do I find them? Any ideas on how to recover my Note? Thanks!
It happens all the time that when you try to edit or renew notes, calendar, contacts, photos, or videos on your iPad, you tap the Delete key unconsiously. And you'll never find a Cancel key available on your iPad to let you get back what you've deleted. Because of this, people always complain or regret of their stupid action. In fact, the files you delete from your iPad do not go away. Their still exist somewhere on your iPad (iOS 9), but invisible. And with a professional iPad Recovery Software tool, you can recover them to your computer for later transferring back to iPad again. If you don't know any software to recover delete files on iPad, try the WORLD's FIRST RECOVERY TOOL - Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS(iPhone Data Recovery).
iPad Recovery Software - Recover Deleted Files from iPad
- 3 recovery modes make it possible to recover files without a backup file;
- Fully supports contacts, photos, calendar, notes, bookmarks, and videos recovery;
- Selectively preview and recover any data you want on your iPad;
Tips: though this software is shareware, you can first download the free trial version to scan your iPad for deleted files. If it can find your deleted files, it means you can use it to recover all these found files. Below are the 3 ways you can try this software to recover deleted iPad files.
Step 1 Connect your iPad and scan it
First of all, run the program on your Mac. Then connect your iPad to the computer. Once your iPad is recognized, you'll see the window below. Click on the Start button to begin scanning it. If you use an iPad 1, you also can switch to an Advanced Mode to get a deeper scan. It enables you to find more lost data on it.
Step 2 Preview and recover iPad data
When the scan is complete, you can check all data found on it in categories. Click them one by one and preview the content. Tick the item you want and save them on your computer by clicking on the Recover button.
Part 2: Selectively recover deleted iPad from iTunes backup
If you lost your iPad (iOS 9), or it's just not at hand, you can choose to recover your iPad from iTunes backup when you have synced it with iTunes recently. It also takes you two steps, and you can preview all content and selectively recover what you want from it.
Step 1 Choose your iTunes backup and extract it
Go to the recovery mode of Recover from iTunes Backup File after running the program. Then the program will automatically find all iTunes backup file on your computer and presents them to you as a list. Choose the one for your iPad and click on the Start Scan button to extract it.
Step 2 Preview and recover iPad data from iTunes backup
It allows you to preview all data found in the iTunes backup, including existing and deleted one. Just check them one by one and tick the item you want. Then save them on your computer with one click.
Step 1 Download and scan your iCloud backup
Choose the recovery mode of Recover from iCloud Backup File when you've launched the program. Then you can log in your Apple ID by entering the account and password. After that, the program will show you all backup files in your account. Choose the for your iPad (iOS 9) to download and scan it.
Step 2 Preview and recover iPad files from iCloud backup
The scan takes you quite a few minutes. Just get yourself a cup of coffee. Once it stops, you can view all found data in the scan result. Check them one by one and mark the item you want backup. Then save them on your Mac with one click.