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#1 CharlesSamuraiLord

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Posted 29 November 2016 - 02:21 PM

Hello! I wanted to know a way to recover an IPhone voice note.

The last Friday i deleted a voice note accidentally and when i came home i put the IPhone on the laptop, in the next minutes i were a little scared 'cause ITunes recorded the synchronization without this voice note and, as you know, the "old" synchronization files were deleted. I used recuva and i found a lot of encrypted files. Are there any solution to have this voice note? 

I thank you a lot for the help you show day by day.

Fontly,

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Posted 29 November 2016 - 02:38 PM

If you use iCloud to backup it may still be there. It depends on the last time you sync'd. Check with iCloud if you use it.



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Posted 29 November 2016 - 02:42 PM

If you use iCloud to backup it may still be there. It depends on the last time you sync'd. Check with iCloud if you use it.

This isn't possible because i have blocked as much i can block the ICloud service.



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Posted 29 November 2016 - 03:53 PM

Well, now that service can't help you. The iPhone will not sync anything you delete, for obvious reasons. iPhones are very much a "closed system", so retrieving files abnormally isn't really an option.

 

I have a feeling that voice note is lost forever.



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Posted 01 December 2016 - 11:13 AM

Hello! I wanted to know a way to recover an IPhone voice note.
The last Friday i deleted a voice note accidentally and when i came home i put the IPhone on the laptop, in the next minutes i were a little scared 'cause ITunes recorded the synchronization without this voice note and, as you know, the "old" synchronization files were deleted. I used recuva and i found a lot of encrypted files. Are there any solution to have this voice note? 
I thank you a lot for the help you show day by day.
Fontly,
Charles.


Just to make sure I understand, you deleted the voice memo on the iPhone and then when synced with iTunes on the laptop, the syncing process deleted the voice memo in the iTunes library. Is this correct?

If so, this does not jive with my test. Deleting a voice memo on the iPhone did not result in it being deleted from my iTunes library when a sync was done after the deletion. I will note that I was doing this on a Mac, so if you did on a Windows laptop, it is possible that iTunes on Windows behaves differently, but I would be a little surprised by that.

Regardless, did you try looking in the Trash (Mac) or Recycle Bin (Windows) to see of the voice memo file was there? Generally, in my experience, when you sync with the iTunes library that results in the deletion from the iTunes library on the computer, I can find those files in the Trash on my Mac. Granted, this is mostly updated apps in my case as I don't delete music from my phone and don't really use voice memos (other than this test, which did not result in voice memo recording being deleted from my iTunes library anyway).

Not sure if any of that helps or not.




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