What would occur to you when we mention "NOTES" nowadays? Gone are the days when we take notes with pen, what prevails is Note App, such as Wiznote, Evernote and mobile phone's own Note. Not only are they convenient to carry about, but also easy to recover once they disappear.
Let's take iPhone notes as an example. It is quite common for you to lost iPhone notes after upgrade and jailbreak, which may contain important information. Therefore, you'll feel pressured to search for effective ways to recover notes from iPhone (including the latest iOS 9.3/9/8.4/8 devices). And here I'd like to share experience of recovering lost notes on my iPhone with you.
What if you haven't synched your iPhone notes to Gmail or don't have a Yahoo mail account as your default email? Don't worry! iPhone Data Recovery for Mac is at your service. It offers you 2 ways to recover notes from iPhone: either recover with backup indirectly which comprises iTunes backup and iCloud backup or directly from iPhone.
Whatever method you choose, you need to download iPhone Data Recovery for Mac in the first place.
If you run Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista, you can turn to iPhone Data Recovery to recover lost iPhone contacts.
First select the specific recovery mode: Recover Data from iTunes Backup File or Recover Data from iCloud Backup File. Then scan iTunes backup or download iCloud backup. After scanning iPhone SE, 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s or iPhone 4, note that only notes in the backup file will appear. So you can preview and recover lost notes as you like.
Within this method, you are not required to backup iPhone in advance. Please make sure your iPhone is well-connected with Mac. Then run the software and click "Start Scan", all scanned files will be displayed in the preview window in category. So you can check the box before a certain time (usually the date you write the notes), then the title and content of the note will be displayed on the right. Consequently, you can recover whatever lost notes you need.