In some cases you may delete all the messages from your device by accident. Don’t be sad. If you use the right program, you can recover them if the memory section hasn’t been overwritten.
There are many programs that can help in the recovery process. One of the best is MobiKin Doctor, which packs a variety of tools and features that are very useful. Follow the steps below and you will recover your texts without issues.
The device is compatible with both Android and iOS devices. Windows and Mac versions of the program can be downloaded from the official website.
The program is compatible with a variety of Android devices. A complete list can be found on the website. Owners of recent Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, Sony and Lenovo devices shouldn’t encounter any problems while using the program.
Most iOS devices are also compatible with the program, starting from the latest X range and going back to iPhone 8, 7, and 6 including all the Plus versions, iPhone SE and 5S/5C. Other i-devices like the iPad and iPod Touch are also compatible.
After the program is installed on your PC/laptop follow these steps:
- Start the program and connect the device by using the USB cable. Android users will also be able to use the program for Android SD Card recovery and as a Super Toolkit.
- After the device is connected, the program will automatically identify the model, system information and other relevant details. You will have the option to recover several types of data but for the sake of this tutorial we will only tick the Messages box.
- The program will track down the data and show all the recovered messages in a window. You can opt to see only deleted messages. Choose what you need or check the option located near the top bar in order to select all messages. Click on Recover.
- After the process is finished you will have to select a location in order to save the recovered messages. Here you can use an existent folder or create a new one.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.