Get back Inaccessible Reminders from iPhone 6 Plus / 6 / 5S / 5
One can easily retrieve unreachable reminders from their iPhone 6 plus/6/5S/5 and more without need of any professional knowledge and previous backups. With the help of iPhone Reminders Recovery Tool you can easily restore all of your saved iPhone’s reminders.
- Retrieve reminders along with other 7 types of data directly from iPhone 6s plus/6s/6/6plus/5S/5C/5/4S
- get back all files from iTunes (support iTune 12.2 )/iCloud backup, except Facebook Messenger.
- Able to restore lost data after Jailbreak, ROM Flashing and more.
iPhone Reminders is a useful application which helps users to organize their life or get noticed of the daily issues which are important. Reminders are helpful in reminding anything which is necessary like set time for any event by phone. Even many users take advantage of this app by writing some of the important work that they have to do and set an alert on their phone. This is helpful for many users as it helps in organizing several lists, view reminders by schedule, some search for particular reminders or update devices and calendars automatically using Calendar, Outlook, and iCloud.
Generally, what happens is that after updating to new iPhone 6 plus, users are unable to manage the Reminder app. On a new phone, the same app does not changed much but can be handled easily. On a new iPhone 6 plus, only it requires tapping reminder app and after that tap the blank line to add items. Even you can click on “Return” to add more items. At last hit on “Done” to complete the reminder. Like this way, you can add more list by clicking on “new list” in reminder app. When you want to remove the list then you need to click “Edit> Delete list”. But if you want to delete a particular item then swipe the item from right to left and then hit “delete” button.
By this way, you can use the Reminder app on your iPhone 6/6 Plus but sometimes the reminders get lost due to several reasons like mistaken deletion, unexpected shutdown, virus attack, iOS update, broke device etc and need to recover the deleted reminders from a phone. Here you should be calm without irritating because the reminders are not deleted permanently from the phone when it is deleted mistakenly. It still stays on your phone but not seen by any user. Well if you have the backup of your iPhone in iTunes library then you can get back the lost reminders with ease. But when you don’t have the backup of your reminders then what to do?
iPhone Reminders Recovery
Many users generally don’t backup reminders or any other data with iTunes to restore the entire backup and due to this, they are not able to get back the lost reminders from backup. At this condition, you should use professional recovery software like iPhone Data Recovery for Windows/Mac. This is one of the best iPhone recovery software which can easily restore the lost reminders from iPhone 6/6 Plus/5/5S etc. The software enables users to retrieve the lost or deleted files from iOS device, extract iTunes, and iCloud backups. It not only recovers reminders but also restores other data from phone such as notes, voice memos, camera roll photos, calendar, videos, safari bookmarks, messages, contacts and call history.
Steps to recover iPhone Reminders from iPhone device
Step 1: Choose the “Recover from iOS Device” mode
After choosing your iPhone, you will get the interface below. Choose “Recover from iOS Device” option.
Step 2: Scan iPhone photos from photo library
I. For iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5/4S user, you can “Start Scan” button directly to scan your iPhone, and then a scanning window will be shown.
II. For iPhone 4/3GS user, you need to enter into the iPhone’s system as the follow steps:
1. Hold your iPhone and click “Start” button on iPhone.
2. Pressing “Power” and “Home” buttons for 10 seconds.
3. After 10 seconds, release “Power” button, but still hold “Home” for another 15 seconds.
After entering your iPhone system, the program will start scanning your iPhone and find out all your lost and existing data
Step 3: Preview and restore deleted photos on your iPhone
After scanning, you can see the preview of the recovered photos. Click “Recover” to save them on your computer with only one click.