Despite being very simple in its purpose and function, the Notes app on an iPad is one of the more popular native applications. Whether you’re pasting in information, drafting emails or recording details from meetings, users of Notes can easily accumulate a large bank of documents containing important information.
For this reason, it’s becoming increasingly important to create backups in the event of unexpected data loss, be it through accidental deletion, software malfunctioning or even losing the iPad device itself. And Apple’s iCloud service caters perfectly to this, allowing you to conveniently create secondary copies of your iPad to a cloud storage by a Wi-Fi connection. This becomes especially useful if your iPad device is no longer at hand, and physical access to the device impossible.
Enigma Recovery, an all-in-one data recovery solution, specialises in the above circumstances. In addition to scanning the actual iPad itself, it can also attempt a recovery without the presence of the device. One of its main functions is to scour your most recent iCloud backup and provide the ability to extract Notes documents in a readable format.
To understand how this works, please refer to the below step-by-step guide – which includes screenshots of the software in action.
You Will Need:
- A laptop or desktop PC
- Latest version of iTunes
- An Apple ID
- Full version of Enigma Recovery
Follow these steps