How to recover permanently deleted files on iPhone without backup



Recovering permanently deleted files on an iPhone without a backup can be challenging, as iOS doesn't have a built-in "trash" or "recycle bin" feature like some other operating systems. However, there are some third-party tools that claim to help recover deleted files. Keep in mind that the success of these methods may vary, and there are no guarantees. Additionally, using third-party tools comes with potential risks, so proceed with caution.

Here are steps you can try

1. Check Recently Deleted Folder

  •     Open the "Photos" app on your iPhone.
  •     Go to the "Albums" tab at the bottom of the screen.
  •     Look for the "Recently Deleted" album.
  •     Check if your deleted files are there.
  •     If they are, you can recover them from this folder.

2. Use a Third-Party Recovery Tool

There are third-party tools that claim to recover deleted files from iPhones. Some popular ones include Dr.Fone, iMobie PhoneRescue, and Tenorshare UltData. Keep in mind that the effectiveness of these tools can vary, and there's no guarantee that they will successfully recover your files. Always read reviews and ensure you are using a reputable tool.

3. Contact Apple Support

If the deleted files are important and you are unable to recover them using the methods above, consider contacting Apple Support. While they may not be able to recover the files directly, they may provide guidance or suggest other options.

4. Check Cloud Services

If your files were stored in a cloud service (such as iCloud, Google Drive, or Dropbox), check if they are still available there. Sometimes, files may be recoverable from these services even if they were deleted on the device.

5. Prevent Further Data Overwrite

 Avoid using your iPhone extensively after realizing that files have been permanently deleted. New data may overwrite the space previously occupied by the deleted files, making recovery more difficult.

Remember that success in recovering permanently deleted files can't be guaranteed, and it's always a good practice to regularly back up your iPhone to prevent data loss in the future.

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