Below is the detailed guide of how to recover lost data from your iPhone directly, including photos, SMS, notes, call history, WhatsApp/ Tango messages, App data (WhatsApp, Instagram, Flickr, iPhoto, iMovie, Kindle) and other files from iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus, iPhone 5s/5c/5, and iPhone 4S. No matter you lost data after iOS updates or jailbreak, the program can scan for lost files and then recover for you. You are allowed to preview files before recovery.
First make sure your iPhone is switched on and connect it to your computer with USB cable. Next launch UltData on your computer. The default mode is “Recover Data from iOS Device”. The program will detect your iPhone automatically if it is connected and trusted.
When the software detects your iPhone, it will show you the interface as follows. You can tick what you would like to scan and recover, or just simply check “Select All” to start a comprehensive and deep scan, then click "Start Scan" to proceed.
Now all scanned files are on the program listed according to category. You can choose to "Check all" or "Only display the deleted items" and then decide which to recover. To save time, you can just selectively recover those you need.
You can also double click a picture to view it at full size.
You will be able to print text messages, contacts, notes and more from iOS devices. Just make sure your computer is connected to a printer, choose files you want to print and press the "Print" button on right of the top menu, which will bring up 2 options: Print and Preview.
Preview: Click on Preview to preview before printing as below.
Print: Select printer name and click Print button to start printing
Check the files you need and click "Recover". You can either to recover lost iPhone files to computer or directly recover them to your device (support contacts, messages, and notes).
Before recovery, you can click "Output Setting" on the interface to choose a destination folder to save the recovered files and select file formats you want to keep your files.