How to Recover Deleted Call History on iPhone

How can I recover my iPhone call log?

Oh, it is bad enough to erase an important number of my client before I store it! If I cannot restore my call log on my iPhone I will definitely lose the client and even damage my company's image. Is there any effective way to get the log back? Please tell me.

The solution - Yes, there are two ways. You can recover your call log at a canter by directly scanning your iPhone or iTunes backup file to find them. And the premise is to get a iOS data recovery tool.

Here, I recommend iPhone Data Recovery (Windows) and iPhone Data Recovery (Mac), which are the highly-acclaimed programs for iDevice users. No matter how long you lost your call log or any other data (video files, audio files, photos, etc.), iPhone Data Recovery can quickly get them back.

The trial version is now provided. Don't hesitate! Download it and follow the below steps.

Note: Do not sync your iPhone with iTunes after erasing your call history, otherwise your data will be rewritten soon and they won't be returned back.

How to Recover Deleted Call History on iPhone

  1. Step 1: Connect iPhone to Mac

    Connect the iPhone to computer via USB cable, and then run iPhone Data Recovery that you downloaded before. You will see the picture of your iPhone device on the middle of interface with the name of it. Choose "Recover from iOS Device" mode on the left top. Click the only green button to "Start Scan". .

  2. Step 2: Start Scanning Your iPhone File

    Just wait a moment, after scanning all files on iPhone, the main interface will be divided into two parts. On the left part is about all categories of files on iPhone, find the icon of "Call History" in the "Message & Contacts" category. Move your eyes to the right part to select your missed call history and hit the "Recover" button on right corner to finish all processes.

Getting your lost call history back is no longer of intractability. So are the other data. iPhone Data Recovery enables you to find deleted photos, videos, contacts, messages, calendar and notes.