Unlike USB documents, iPhone files cannot be transferred to your computer by ‘drag and drop’ (unless they are photos). However there are simple ways to transfer important data from your iPhone, and extract data from your iPhone backup file, so they can be easily read and saved. How do you transfer notes from your iPhone to a PC? We reveal the secret in the tutorial below’
First things first’
If it’s just one note you would like to transfer over to your computer, the easiest way is to email it to yourself, then open the email on your computer. Here’s how to do that:
Open iPhone note > Tap the export icon at centre of options bar > Choose ‘mail’ from the list that appears > email your note.
If you want to transfer a batch or all your iPhone notes over to a computer, all in one swoop, the easiest way to do this is in the tutorial below using Enigma Recovery.
Is iTunes not sufficient?
iTunes is a great software used mostly to manage and sync iOS multimedia files like your photos, music and videos. The other important function of your iTunes interface it to create iPhone backup files and fully restore your iPhone.
Yes iTunes does backup all your notes as well as your contacts, messages, call history etc. However you cannot use iTunes to view and edit these text files as they are saved in a fragmented, virtually unreadable format.
What can you do about it?
Using Enigma Recovery to transfer iPhone data over to your computer is as easy as 1, 2, 3: Connect, Scan, Export. The software specialises in iPhone data recovery and transfer. In effect it is a portal through which you can transfer data to your computer, and a fail-safe that allows you to recover accidentally deleted items caused by human or technical errors. With this program, you never have to worry about deleted messages, contacts, notes and more, because they are easily recovered ‘ even if your phone is suffering water damage, physical damage or has been stolen!
Download Enigma Recovery now to start transferring notes over to your computer.
You Will Need:
- Your iPhone
- Your iPhone charger cable
- The full version of Enigma Recovery
Follow these steps