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How to Recover Voice Memos from iPad

--Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Compared to taking ages to type to record important issue, I prefer voice memo due to its simple and convenience. However, the disadvantage of audio record is that of its "not as common as" document file. Nevertheless, with iOS Data Recovery, you don't even have one percent worry of undergoing data lost. iOS Data Recovery restores photos, videos, messages, call histories, app attachments and of course voice memos from iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4, iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6Plus, iPod, iTunes and iCloud backup.

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In case you don't know how to use iOS Data Recovery for the first time, please refer to the below steps.

Steps on Retrieving Lost Voice Memos on iPad Air

Step 1 Connect, Scan and Load Contents from your iPad
Run iOS Data Recovery and plug your iPad into computer. If your device is successfully detected, click on "Recover from iOS Device" mode and start scanning your iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4.

Recover Voice from iPad

Step 2 Preview, Select and Recover Data
After finish scanning, you will be able to preview photos, attachments, contacts, messages, videos etc. However, there's no preview for voice memos hence we recommend you filter useful voice segments after all are restored.

Restore iPad Voice Mail

Note: For user who restores contacts and text messages, deleted contents are marked in red so that you could easily identify needed files.

If you have ever synced iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4 to PC via iTunes or you save backup in iCloud, you are lucky to have more options to recover iOS data. Get iOS Data Recovery now and retrieve your voice memos, photos, video, messages, contacts, WhatsApp attachments with a few clicks. Also, we highly recommend you to back up iPad Air data to computer regularly.

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