3 Easy Ways to Recover Deleted Call History, Call Logs on iPhone 11/11 Pro(Max)/X/8/7

Call history/logs provides us information about our daily incoming, outgoing and missed calls. Some of us like to maintain our privacy and delete our daily call logs so that you can stop anyone from checking your call history. But what happens when you accidentally delete your call logs and you want to call someone who previously called you from an unknown number? Don't worry, in this article, we will show you how to recover deleted history on iPhone 11/11 Pro(Max)/X/8/8 Plus/7/6/5 in 3 easy ways.

Can You Recover Deleted Call History on iPhone?

Regarding on how to check call history on iPhone after you have deleted accidently. From the official explanation, you can only recover deleted call history iPhone from backup, like iTunes backup or iCloud backup. However, the truth is a long as the iPhone call history is not overwritten by new data, you can use powerful third-party tools to view iPhone call history and recover them to your iPhone directly. This powerfull third-part tool we recommended you try Tenorshare UltData to recover deleted call history from iPhone 11/11 Pro(Max)/X(XS/XR)/8/7/6 with 3 modes without any loss, and no matter what and how you lost your call history or call logs.

A Powerful Third-party Call History Recovery Tool - Tenorshare UltData

Tenorshare UltData is the best reliable iPhone/iPad data recovery software in world. It supports 35+ file types including WhatsApp, SMS, contacts, photos, videos, Viber, LINE, Wechat. etc. Of course for iPhone call history recovery, it is great. More features about Tenorshare UltData as below, just keep reading:

  • The Highest Rate for iPhone call history recovery, no matter how you lost;
  • Recover deleted call history on iPhone 11 directly;
  • Restore missing call history from iTunes backup;
  • Restore call history from icloud backup;
  • Support to recover deleted call history to iPhone or computer directly;
  • Compatible with latest iOS 13/iPadOS and iPhone 11/11 Pro(Max)/XS(XR/X)/8/7/6/5/4;

Now we will give you a detailed guide of how to use Tenorshare UltData to recover call history on iPhone: from iPhone directly, from iTunes backup, from icloud backup. Let's start!

Way 1: How to Recover Deleted Call History on iPhone Directly without Backup

If you want to know how to retrieve deleted call log on iPhone without any kind of backup, you can blindly put your trust on Tenorshare UltData. This amazing call history recovery software can recover your call history from your iOS device without backup. Here is how to do it:

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer with a good quality USB cable and run UltData on your PC. The software will automatically detect your device and you need to tap on the "Trust" button from your iPhone if any notification appears to put your device in the trusted device list.

2. After UltData detects your device you will get an interface like below where various kinds of file types will be listed in front of you. You can either choose only "Call History" or you can choose them all and click on the "Start Scan" button to proceed.

start scanning

3. After a few minutes when the scanning finishes, you can just select "Call History" and preview your call logs. Now choose the logs that you want to recover and click on the "Recover" button to retrieve deleted call history from iPhone to your PC. You can retrieve the call logs in the form of a .txt, .xls, or .xml file.

recover data

Way 2: How to View Deleted Call History on iPhone Via iTunes Backup

It's good to keep your data backed up in your iTunes cloud storage. With UltData, you can easily restore deleted call history from iTunes backup without restoring your device. Here is how to retrieve deleted call log from iPhone via iTunes backup using UltData.

1. Run UltData and go to the "Recover from iTunes backup files" option. Here you will find all the previous backups that you have made. Now you need to choose the last backup that includes your deleted call history and click on the "Start Scan" button.

recover data

2. Now select the "Call History" option and preview the call logs that you want to recover from the backup file. Choose the logs you want and then click on the "Recover" button. After a few minutes all your call history logs will be recovered in your PC.

preview files

Way 3: How to Restore Deleted Call History on iPhone Via iCloud Backup

With the help of UltData, you can also easily recover iPhone call history from your iCloud backup without resetting your iPhone. Here is how to do it:

1. Run UltData and select "Recover from iCloud backup file" option and log in to your iCloud account with proper information. After that your iCloud backups will show up on the interface. Choose the one you need and click on the "Next" button to proceed forward.

select icloud backup

2. Select file types for downloading and scanning in the next window. To save time, you can just choose to download those file types that you need. Then click on the "Next" button to start downloading the data from icloud.

select icloud file types

3. After the download and scanning process finishes you will see all the files that are inside that backup file. From here you need to choose "Call History" and preview the call logs you want to recover. Now choose the call logs that you want and then click on the "Recover" button to retrieve the logs in your PC.

download icloud backup

Extra Tip: How to Many Call History Can iPhone Keep?

In general way, iPhone can keep only 100 call logs in the call history option that includes all your incoming, outgoing and missed calls. So if you are a busy person and you have to talk to a lot of person everyday via your iPhone, the best way to keep important call logs is by backup. This is the wisest decision any iPhone user can take for own good.

Retrieving deleted voicemails are not that hard when you have UltData in your PC. This amazing software can easily recover more than 20 file types in a very short time. So if you don't know how to recover deleted voicemails on iPhone, you need to follow this article.

Updated on / Posted by Jenefey Aaron to iPhone Recovery Follow @Jenefey Aaron

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