For those who want to restore their lost call history from iPhone, this guide can help you to solve the problem. There are two ways to recover iPhone call history—scan and restore iPhone call history and extract iTunes backup to restore iPhone call log. Firstly, you need the help of an iPhone call history recovery tool: iPhone Data Recovery (Windows) and iPhone Data Recovery (Mac). Both of the program allow you to preview all the calling records, received and missed before recovery.
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Note: Do not sync your iPhone with iTunes until you find your lost call log back.
For iPhone 5/4S user, you can directly click "Start Scan" to completely scan your device for lost data on it.
For iPhone 4/3GS user, you'll see the main window as follow. When you entering the device's scanning mode, the program will automatically scan your iPhone for deleted data on it.
After the scanning, you can preview all the recoverable data from scan result. Select "Call History" on the left side and find your call number and recover it with one click.
Note: This is the whole steps of How to Recover iPhone Call History. If you want to Restore Call History on iPhone with iTunes backup files, please follow the second method.
A primary window below will appear, when you run the program on your computer. At that time you just need to choose your device type first.
Among the following two recovery modes, If you choose the first one, you can extract your iTunes backup. If you want to scan your iPhone, you can choose the second one .
Your previous iTunes backup files would be found out when you extract your iTunes backup.
Now, choose the one for your device and click "Start Scan" to extract it.
Both of the recovery modes can help you preview all the recoverable data. And then your can mark “Call History” to recover your lost call number with just one click.
In addition, if you have a need, you can also check and restore other data with one click, such as deleted messages, photos, contacts, calendar, notes and more.