“I did the factory reset to my iPhone as I wanna to sell it. I forget to extract these notes in the iPhone before I did the reset. I did backup my iPhone with iTunes, but iTunes did not allow me to access and read my backup. How can I extract and restore the notes from iTunes backup?”
iPhone Notes is convenient and easy to help you write and remember something useful and important. Regularly syncing and backing up with iTunes is the best way to save iPhone Notes in case that you lost these notes due to any reason. However, the only method to access and extract these notes from iTunes backup is restore your iDevice from iTunes backup, which needs to erase these existed data in your iOS device. In this article, we will show you the solution which allows you to extract only the notes from iTunes backup without restoring from iTunes backup.
In order to only extract the notes from iTunes backup without losing data, it is necessary download the iTunes backup extractor tool, iRefone
, which allows you to extract data like messages, notes, contacts, photos, whatsapp, wechat and more from iTunes backup. In addition, this software also supports to recover data from iPhone/iPad/iPod, iTunes backup and iCloud backup. It is fully compatible with the latest iOS devices and iOS 10.
How to Extract Notes from iTunes Backup
Choose “Recover from iTunes Backup” as the recovery mode. All of the iTunes backup files which you have ever synced with iTunes on this computer will be automatically found and listed in the software. Click “Select” or double click the backup you need to access the data interface.
Choose Notes to Scan.
Click on the icon of Notes when it ask you to choose the data you need to start the scanning.
Preview and Extract Notes
When the scanning is finished, preview the Notes in your iTunes backup and pick out these you need to save on your computer. Click “Recover to PC” to choose the store folder.
iRefone also supports to transfer notes directly back to your iOS devices. Just connect your device with computer and click on “Recover to Device” and follow the instruction on the software to do it.