If you have a backup of your Line messages on iTunes, you have an insurance policy for that unfortunate moment when you lose them. It can happen for any reason including a software update, accidental deletion or even a virus attack. But restoring the messages from an iTunes Backup often means that you have to erase all the contents and setting on the iOS device which could result in the loss of other data that you hadn’t included in the backup.
This article provides you with a much simpler, more effective solution that will not result in any data loss. Read on to find out what it is.
Tool You'll Need to Extract Files from iTunes
If you don’t want to restore your device just to get back a few lost Line messages, iMyFone D-Back or iMyFone D-Back for Mac can help. This tool can help you gain access to the contents on any iTunes backup file and extract all the Line messages from the backup without any risk of data loss. The following features make iMyFone D-Back the ideal solution for you.
- It is very easy to use. A few simple steps and you will have extracted the messages from any iTunes backup.
- Aside from Line messages, the program can help you extract up to 22 different types of data from any iTunes backup file such as photos, videos, contacts, notes, WhatsApp messages, WeChat messages, Kik messages, Line messages and more.
- Its preview function makes it easy to selectively recover data from your iTunes Backup file.
- You can also use it to extract existing data ot recover deleted or lost data from the device directly or extract data from an iCloud backup file.
How to Extract Line Messages from an iTunes Backup File
Here’s how to use iMyFone D-Back to extract Line Messages from an iTunes Backup File. Begin by installing the program to your computer and then follow these very simple steps to extract the Line Messages and their attachments.
Step 1: Run iMyFone D-Back and from the main window, select “Recover from iTunes Backup” and then click “Start.”
Step 2: Select the file type you want to extract, in this case Line Messages will be located under “Third Party IM APP” and then click “Next” to continue.
Step 3: In the next window, you should see all the iTunes Backup file on that computer. Select the one that contains the messages you would like to extract and then click “Scan.”
Step 4: In the results page, select the Line Messages and their attachments to preview them and then click on “Recover.” Choose a file path to save the messages.