How to Recover Notes from iPad on Mac with Ease
Notes on iPad help you organize your day effectively. If you have ever lost notes becaue of iOS uodate, factory restore, error deletion, etc., you should read this post which covers how to recover notes from iPad mini/4/3/2 on Mac as well as how to change iPad note font.
Part 1: How to Recover iPad Notes on Mac
Deleted iPad notes when you're editing notes? iPad notes just disappear after iPad jailbreak or iOS update? Don't freak out. iPad Data Recovery for Mac tool can help you restore lost or deleted iPad notes on Mac with ease. This tool works well with iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, the new iPad and iPad 2.
iPad Data Recovery for Mac offers users 3 way for iPad notes ercovery. You can choose to recover notes from iPad on Mac directly from iPad, restorer from iTunes backup or recover from iCloud backup. Download iPad Data Recovery for Mac and check the steps below to see how to recover iPad notes from iTunes backup on Mac. You can feel free to try it on your Mac computer running OS X 10.9, 10.8, 10.7 and earlier versions. Windows users should go for iPad Data Recovery instead.
- 1. Open iPad Data Recovery for Mac.
- 2. Select "Recover Data from iTunes Backup File" or "Recover Data from iCloud Backup File". The tool will display all iTunes backups or download iCloud backups. Choose your iPad backup and tap "Start Scan". The picture below takes iTunes backup for an example.
- 3. The scanning will take a few minutes. As scanning completes, all backup contents will be sorted by category. Tap the "Note" category and you can preview details of the notes.
- 4. Choose the notes you need and click "Recover".
You should now have the notes recovered and saved on your Mac as a file in format of .txt, .xml or .xls.
One thing you shouldn't miss is that even if you do not have an iPad backup, you can still retrieve iPad notes directly from iPad with iPad Data Recovery for Mac. To do this you need to connect to Mac via a USB cable and set recovery mode to "Recover Data from iOS Devices". The reset steps are similar to that above which I will just skip in order to give you more info on iPad notes.
Part 2: How to Change iPad Note Font
The Notes app on your iPad uses a font called "Noteworthy" by default. If you find this font not look comfortable, you can change to another font with easy steps.
- 1. Go to Settings > Notes.
- 2. Tick "Helvetica" on the right panel if you prefer a widely used sans-serif typeface easier for reading and editing.
- 3. Run the Notes app again and check if the font has been changed.
Hopefully tips included in this post could help you better experience iPad notes.