How can I recover notes from my iPhone after deleting them?
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How do you retrieve ‘notes’ on an iPhone after deleting them?

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  • dasra

    i don’t have the folder called the “mobile” after i go into the folder roaming, plz help me out.

  • Carol Ann

    I just deleted a note from my iPhone 4, 3G. I’ve never owned a computer, therefore I never did sync my phone with iTunes. Is there any way to retrieve the recently deleted note?

  • Ted

     you can find it from iTunes backup.

    • Hmtorch

      What if you deleted recent notes and haven’t synced in months?

  • Tina


    were you able to recover your notes? Please let us know!

  • Anonymous

    If you synced your iphone with itunes.

    to restore from a previous backup, be sure to go into iTunes before you
    connect your iPod Touch or iPhone and set iTunes > preferences > devices
    and check “prevent iPods and iPhones from syncing automatically.This ensures we don’t erase the previously stored backup.

    go here 
     C:UsersYOURUSERNAMEAppDataRoamingMobileSyncBackupC:Documents and SettingsUSERNAMEApplication DataApple ComputerMobileSyncBackupYou’ll be looking at a lot of very weird folder names (like “29d40b64fa240e6d02df25abf61ccd4e9″), sort them by date and remember the most recent of the batch.


    • Cmillerfienen

       I am trying but there is no folder but got stuck in the second part as there is no folder called AppData.  I tried searching for all the folders “AppData” “BackupC:” “MobileSync” etc but nothing came up.  Ideas? 

    • ha14

      perhaps you need to show hidden folders
      on windows 7
      1) Here’s how to display hidden files and folders.
      Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options.
      2)Click the View tab.
      3)Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files, folders, and drives, and then click OK.