3 Ways to Recover Deleted Call History/Logs on iPhone 4/4s/5/5s/6/6s/SE
Mistakenly delete call history on new bought iPhone 6s/SE or lost call log after updating iPhone to iOS 9? Don't worry! Read this post to learn how to recover deleted recent calls on iPhone.
Now get PhoneRescue on your computer firstly, and then follow us to find deleted calls on iPhone 4/4s/5/5s/6/6s/SE with ease.
You know, iPhone call history contains all incoming calls, outgoing calls and missed calls on your phone, and they may reveal your privacy, even get you into troubles. Therefore, to protect the privacy, many iPhone users choose to delete call history regularly. This sounds great, and it does protect your privacy from spying.
However, deleting call logs from iPhone regularly also brings you some problems, like you just clear all of call logs from your iPhone, and then found that you forgot to check call history on iPhone and save some important call number to Contacts app. At this moment, a lot of questions come to your mind, like, can I see deleted calls on iPhone, how to recover deleted call history on iPhone, and how can I get them back to iPhone, etc.
About how to see deleted call history, normally, Apple specialist will advise you to restore your iPhone with iTunes or iCloud backups you had made before. If you haven’t any backups before deleting recent calls from your iPhone, you will never get them back. Fortunately, some iPhone data recovery software comes to your hand, and helps you solve this problem. In this guide, we will recommend you a nice call history recovery tool - PhoneRescue. It is designed for both Android and iOS devices. PhoneRescue - iOS data recovery can help you directly deleted call history/logs from iPhone 4/4s/5/5s/6/6s/SE recover without any backup.
A Brief Introduction to PhoneRescue
PhoneRescue - iOS data recoveryis a professional data recovery tool, which provides you an easy, quick and safe way to help you recover up to 22 data types from iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, like contacts, messages, photos, notes, reminder, calendar, music, videos, app, etc. And it also does great in iPhone call history/logs recovery, for example:
- Supports getting back deleted call history directly without any iTunes or iCloud backup. It means no matter what situation you meet – your kid mistakenly deleted your iPhone data or you accidentally lost data after iOS 9 update, PhoneRescue can give you a hand to recover them, even if you haven’t make any iTunes or iCloud backup.
- Supports extracting call history from iTunes or iCloud backup. This makes you can selectively export some specific call history from iPhone backup, and needn’t restore your iPhone.
- Supports previewing deleted iPhone calls before clicking Recover button. This makes you can just recover what you like instead of all the deleted call history on your iPhone.
- And also allows you to export deleted call history/logs to computer in several formats, like HTML and TEXT so that you can view or check them at any time.
Then next we will show you 3 ways to get deleted calls on iPhone with PhoneRescue: from iPhone directly, from iTunes backup and from iCloud backup. Let’s get it started!
Part 1: How to Recover Deleted Call History on iPhone Directly without Backup
If you haven’t made any iTunes or iCloud backup before deleting recent iPhone calls, you can follow us to find and see deleted calls on iPhone directly without any backup.
Step 1: Get PhoneRescue for your PC or Mac, install and run it on your computer, and then connect your iPhone to computer with its USB cable.
Step 2: On Homepage of PhoneRescue, select Recover from iOS Device, and then click Right Arrow to scan your iPhone.
How to Recover Delected Call History on iPhone without Backup – Step 2
Step 3: Select Call History > Select Only list deleted > Select contacts with call logs you want to recover > Select the call logs you want to restore > Click To iDevice to get deleted call history back to your iPhone again.
How to Recover Deleted iPhone Calls without Backup – Step 3
Finding deleted calls on iPhone is based on the premise that the deleted call history are not over written, or not only PhoneRescue, but other iOS data recovery tool can help you get them back. After scanning your iPhone thoroughly, if you still can’t see the deleted calls on your iPhone, this means they have been overwritten. And at this moment, you can consider retrieving them from iTunes or iCloud backup with following tutorials.
Part 2: How to See Deleted Calls on iPhone from iTunes Backup
If you have made an iTunes backup in advance, and this contains the call history you want to retrieve, you can get them back by extracting from iTunes backup with steps below.
Step 1: Get PhoneRescue on your computer (PC or Mac) firstly, installer & run it.
Step 2: On homepage of PhoneRescue, select Recover from iTunes Backup, and click Right Arrow to scan your computer for listing all iTunes backups.
How to See Deleted Calls on iPhone from iTunes Backup – Step 2
Step 3: View the iTunes backups on your computer, and then select the backup contains the call history you want to get back, and click Right Arrow to scan the selected iTunes backup.
How to See Deleted Calls on iPhone from iTunes Backup – Step 3
Step 4: Select Call History > Select Only list deleted > Select the contacts with call history you want to retrieve > Preview deleted call history > Select call history you want to retrieve > Click To iDevice button to get back deleted calls to your iPhone.
How to See Deleted iPhone Calls from iTunes Backup – Step 4
Part 3: How to Recover Call History on iPhone from iCloud Backup
If you had created an iCloud backup, and this backup contains the deleted phone calls, you can follow us to get them back from iCloud backup. But this only supports whose iCloud backup is iOS 8.4.1 or older, because Apple locked iCloud function from third-party apps since iOS 9.
Step 1: Get PhoneRescue on your PC or Mac firstly, and then install & run it.
Step 2: On Homepage of PhoneRescue, select Recover form iCloud and then click Right Arrow to enter next step.
How to Recover Call History on iPhone from iCloud Backup – Step 2
Step 3: Log in with your Apple ID and password.
How to Recover Deleted Calls on iPhone from iCloud Backup – Step 3
Step 4: Select the backup with recent calls you want to retrieve > Download this backup > Click Right Arrow to scan this iCloud backup.
How to Extract Call History from iCloud Backup – Step 4
Step 5: Select Call History > Select Only list deleted > Select the contacts with call logs you want to restore > Preview deleted call history > Select call history you want to recover > Click To Computer to get back deleted calls to your computer.
How to Recover Deleted Calls on iPhone from iCloud Backup – Step 5
When restoring deleted call history from iCloud backup, you also can get recovered call logs back to iPhone directly. You just need to keep your iPhone connected to your computer, and click To iDevice button when performing recovering.
The Bottom Line
As you can see, no matter whether you have made an iTunes or iCloud backup in advance, PhoneRescue can help you see deleted calls on iPhone, even help you recover them. Absolutely, PhoneRescue also supports recovering other iOS contents, like Messages, Contacts, Photos, Notes, etc. Now get PhoneRescue for your computer and start recovering deleted iPhone calls.
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