Apple provides a simple solution for its users to backup their devices wirelessly. Apple's iCloud is a cloud-based service that stores information uploaded by users from their iPhone or iPad. You can backup purchased history from music, movies, apps, TV shows, photos and videos from camera roll, iOS settings, home screen icon layout and folders, ringtones, messages etc. Nonetheless, iCloud is incapable of backing up already stored content such as bookmarks, contacts, reminders, notes as well.
If you deleted some important notes, you may have 2 possible ways to get them back. One is to check the "recently deleted" folder in iCloud.com and the other is to use a professional iPhone data recovery to recover deleted notes from iCloud easily.
1 Check the "Recently Deleted" Folder in icloud.com
Step 1. Sign in to iCloud.com and choose the notes application.
Step 2. Choose "recently deleted" folder and search the notes you want. Notes in this folder are permanently deleted after 30 days.
Step 3. Click "Recover" to recover the deleted note. You can find the recovered notes in "note" folder.
2 Recover Notes from iCloud using 3rd-Party Tool
You also have the opportunity to retrieve notes from iCloud along with other content using iMyFone D-Back. iMyFone D-Back iPhone data recovery Win or iPhone data recovery Mac is a data recovery tool specially built for the iOS system. The application is capable of detecting lost or deleted files from the device, iTunes or iCloud backup files. It not only identifies the content but also displays the recoverable files. The preview option enables you to pick up the important files that you wish to recover to the computer.
iMyFone D-Back functions efficiently in the recovery of data from iCloud backup in a few simple steps. The other features that make the software package as a complete utility tool for any Apple user are:
- It even recognizes third-party obligations, making it easy for the user to retrieve by selecting over 22 different file formats.
- It retrieves the data in an intelligent way and according to how you lost data.
- It displays the retrievable content in its preview screen to enable selective pickup of records.
- It is even capable of fixing iOS without restoring the device.
- Compatible with iPhone 7, iPhone 6s, iPhone 5s, iPhone 4 running iOS 7/8/9/10, even the latest iOS 10.3.
Steps to Recover Notes from iCloud using iMyFone D-Back
1 Download and Install the Program
Visit the iMyFone D-Back site to download the trial version of Windows PC or Mac. After installation, launch the program. From the primary interface, choose "Recover from iCloud Backup" feature from the left pane.
2 Choose the File Type from List
Press the start button to select the file format that you wish to retrieve from the next screen. ere, choose “Notes” and then click “Next.”
3 Sign in to your iCloud account
Sign in to your iCloud account.
4 Choose an Relevant iCloud Backup File
It is important to allow the program to access your iCloud account to search for available backup files. Once you log into the account, iMyFone D-Back will scan for available backup files and lists them in order. You will also see the file size along with the date of creation of the backup. From the available list, you can choose the preferable backup file from which you wish to recover the notes. After making the selection, press "Next" button at the bottom of the window.
5 Choose and Recover Notes from iCloud
iMyFone D-Back will begin scanning for the selected iCloud backup file. Upon completing the scan, it will display all the recoverable data from the backup in its preview window. It automatically categorizes the data under different sections. You can even see only the deleted files by selecting the "show only deleted files" option. From the list, choose the files that you wish to retrieve and save to your computer. Click on “Recover” after selecting the Notes you need.
iMyFone D-Back will begin extracting the selected files from the backup file. After completion, it will prompt for you to choose a location where you would like to save the files. Select a folder on the hard disk or create one. Wait until the program completes the process of recovery. You can later browse the destination to check for the retrieved files from the selected iCloud backup file.