“I got a little carried away and deleted quite a few reminders by mistake. Is there a way to get my Reminders back? Appreciate any and all help.”
For iOS users who are busy all day at work, they will need to set reminders in their daily life. Reminders is an important feature of iPhone that reminds users what to do in the future.
However, it will bring much inconvenience to your life if the reminders are lost. When this happens, you may need to recover deleted reminders on iPhone.
If you have lost your reminders recently, the most possible cause may be that you have chosen to restore the iPhone system to factory settings to fixing other issues occurred on the device.
If you have used an iPhone or iPad for a long time, you will definitely know that restore an iPhone to factory settings means that all of the files and settings saved on the device previously will be wiped out.
Another reason that the reminders get lost may be the iOS 16 upgrade. Many iOS users complain that they lost different data after upgrading to the new iOS version.
Here is another thing you should noticed, the iCloud will automatically back up your iPhone when the device is connected to WiFi and charged. It means that the new iCloud backup may overwrite the deleted remainders saved in the old iCloud backup.
If you are in desperately need of a way to recover deleted reminders on iPhone, here are some effective ways to recover lost reminders from your iPhone.
If you are looking for a free and straightforward way to recover deleted reminders on iPhone, here it is.
iCloud is one of the most frequently used method to recover lost data on iPhone.
An iCloud account must be created and signed in on every iOS device to activate the device and back up the device data for free. You will really be in good luck if you have enabled iCloud backup before.
With iCloud backup, you can easily get back deleted reminders as soon as possible. Here are the steps how you can restore lost reminders from iCloud backup:
iCloud is said to be the most convenient method to recover your deleted reminders. If there is no "No archives available", it means that iCloud fails to back up your reminders. You will need jump to the 2nd solutions.
If you have even synced the reminders via Google, iCloud or other emails and now disable the sync settings, the reminders on iPhone will disappear. For this situation, you should:
Reminders will sync across iOS devices activated with the same Apple ID. If you have synced reminders to iCloud before, you could find the disappeared reminders on your Mac or iPad.
If you have frequently synced your iPhone data and content using iTunes, you can easily get deleted reminders by restoring iTunes backup.
FoneGeek iPhone Data Recovery is one of the most reliable recovery software for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch to recover deleted or lost reminders, text messages, iMessages, photos, videos, notes, voice memos, WhatsApp messages, Kik history, Viber messages, call logs and up to 20 types of data. It is perfectly compatible with iPhone 14/13/12, etc along with the newest iOS 16/15.
After downloading the FoneGeek application on your computer or laptop, launch it and choose "Recover from iOS Device".
Now you will be forced to connect the device to your computer or laptop. And the program will notify you after the successful connection.
Trigger the scan button and the program will analyze and check the deleted reminders and other data that you deleted.
Once the scanning process is completed, the scanning results will be displayed on the application below. Click "Reminders" from the categorized data type. All the reminders will be listed, including the current and deleted reminders.
After clicking the "Recover" tab, the selected reminders will be recovered on your computer.
You can choose to save the reminders as the format of csv or html. We suggest you export them as the format of html so that you will be able to view the deleted reminders from the browser on your computer.
Fay J. Melton has explored the area of technology and software for more than 5 years and he is enthusiastic about helping users solve various technology issues.
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