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How to Recover Accidentally Deleted Call Logs in iPhone?
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Winifred Hughes



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How to Recover Accidentally Deleted Call Logs in iPhone?
Sometimes when we need to re-dial someone, unfortunately, we couldn't make the call, maybe we've accidentally deleted call logs in iphone before. How to get back the iPhone call logs?

1. Installation of Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery.
Step One
Go to Bitwar Data Recovery official website: https://www.bitwar.net/ios-data-recovery-software/
Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery has two versions: For windows and For Mac, you can select the target version you need and then click download.

1.Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery download page
Step Two
If you haven't install iTunes in your Windows or Mac system, once you installed the Bitwar Data Recovery, it will inform you to install iTunes first.

5.Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery - iTunes Download
Step Three
Connect your iPhone with computer after launched Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery, please make sure the USB cable is stable enough while connecting with the computer to avoid some unexpected problems.

2.Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery connect iPhone with computer
2.How to use Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery to recover accidentally deleted call logs in iPhone?
There are two options on the Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery for you to select before recovery.

Option One: Recover from iOS device.
It's an option for you to scan iOS device directly to find recently deleted data.

6.Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery -Recover from iOS Device

Option Two: Recover from iTunes Backup File.
If you have used iTunes to back up your data before with your Mac or Windows computer, you can select this option to scan the Backup file and then to recover.

7.Bitwar iPhone Data Recovery - Recover from iTunes Backup File

Option One: Details of How to recover accidentally deleted call logs in iPhone from Recover from iOS device option.
Step One,Select Call logs and hit Start Scan.
Step Two,Check Call logs in the left file type tree and you can see the deleted call logs listing in the window; Click the name to preview the number. Then select what you need and hit Recover.

Option Two: Details of How to recover accidentally deleted call logs from Recover from iTunes Backup File option.

If you have backup iPhone's data with iTunes before, you can select Recover from iTunes Backup File to restore your deleted call logs. Select the backup file and hit scan. After selected, choose Call logs and hit Start Scan, after that, recover the target call logs those you need.

From this tutorial, you may have learnt how to recover accidentally deleted call logs in iPhone, start to get these call logs back. If you have any questions ,you can click Contact Us inside the software to chat with us in real-time.
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