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Lost a very important text? Here’s the right way to get it back in your iPhone

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Then there are your text messages. I recently heard from a girl on my national radio show who by accident deleted texts from her late husband. She was heartbroken. Luckily, there are methods to recuperate deleted text messages in your iPhone. 

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The important thing to retrieving text messages 

Your best bet for retrieving deleted messages is accessing an older backup of your phone. You’ll be able to do this through iCloud in your iPhone. 

There’s an enormous caveat you could consider: Restoring your phone to a previous backup means you lose recent data after that backup.  

Now, it’s price saying that these steps don’t at all times work. In case you strike out, you may try contacting your phone carrier. It might have the ability to revive deleted messages for you. 

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Have an iPhone? Activate iCloud and iCloud Backup 

On an iPhone, you’ve got access to five GB of free storage. You’ll likely must upgrade to an iCloud+ plan to store multiple backups and all of your photos and videos. See pricing and tiers here

To retrieve deleted texts on an iPhone, it’s essential to activate iCloud Drive and iCloud Backup. Here’s the right way to enable Drive. 

Activate iCloud Drive by going to Settings

Then, select your Apple ID

After that, tap iCloud

Lastly, activate iCloud Drive

After that, you could activate iCloud Backup. Do that by opening Settings > Choosing your Apple ID > tapping iCloud and choosing iCloud Backup.  

NOTE: You’ll lose all recent data after that backup. Ensure that those deleted texts are price it. Here’s the right way to access them. 

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How one can get back deleted texts on iPhone 

Remember, once you access an old backup, you reset your iPhone to old settings. This may lead to a number of issues. In case you’re willing to risk it, follow these steps to see if you’ve got a backup available: 

Go to Settings

Select your Apple ID

Tap iCloud > Manage Storage > Backups

Next, follow these steps to make use of that backup to revive your phone: 

Head to Settings > General > Reset

Select Erase All Content and Settings

Tap Restore from iCloud Backup

Sign up together with your Apple ID and tap Select backup

Your phone will revert to its former version. Now you may start searching through old texts. 

This method won’t work when you’ve never backed up your iPhone on iCloud. 

Keep your tech-know going 

My popular podcast is known as “Kim Komando Today.” It’s a solid half-hour of tech news, suggestions, and callers with tech questions such as you from everywhere in the country. Seek for it wherever you get your podcasts. In your convenience, hit the link below for a recent episode. 

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