Did you delete a message on your iPhone and wondering how to recover it?
Well there is a good news! we can recover deleted messages from the Messages App on the iPhone. We can recover and restore messages that were deleted for up to 30 days.
Steps to Recover Deleted Messages from Messages App
- Step 1: Go to the Messages App on your iPhone
- Step 2: Scroll down and tap on Recently Deleted.
- Step 3: Here you should see all your recently deleted Messages based on the Conversation List with number of days till the message can be recovered at the right. You can select the messages you want to recover and click on Recover to recover the message(s).
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