Do you know that you can easily retrieve deleted Safari History from your iPhone? Yes, you can.
With a simple easy to follow procedure (which this post will discuss later), you’ll be able to view visited websites made with your Safari Internet browser.
This iPhone feature is truly useful and remarkable..
You’ll be able to check whether your teenage son is visiting inappropriate websites or not; see what your partner is viewing; be able to remember websites; and simply take the pleasure of browsing previously visited websites.
There are two basic methods you can choose from. It doesn’t need a genius to follow these steps and all you need is reading skills and a couple of common sense. Read the tutorial and let me know what you think.
How to retrieve cleared Safari history on iPhone (or iPad)
First method – Mini trick of Safari on iPhone:
- Browse through your apps and find ‘Settings’.
- Scroll down and find and click on ‘Safari’.
- As a new page opens, scroll to the bottom and click on the ‘Advanced’ button.
- Go to the next section by sliding down and finding ‘Website Data’. Click to find all your deleted browser history listed there.
Second method – iPhone in DFU (Device Firmware Upgrade) mode:
- Run the iOS Data Recovery program on your iPhone after the installation.
- Next plug-in the iPhone to connect with the PC and hit the ‘Recover from iOS Device’, then enter into the DFU mode and click ‘Start’.
- Hold on, pressing for 10 seconds both the ‘Power’ and ‘Home’ button at the same time. Then keep on pressing the ‘Home’ button for another 10 seconds after you have released the ‘Power’ button after the initial 10 seconds. This will initiate the DFU mode and will start scanning the device.
- From the scanned results, click onto ‘Safari Bookmarks’.
- From the list, you can select the ‘Bookmark’ to be recovered by simply clicking on the ‘Recover’ button.
The deleted web history will be restored in Safari.
Other things you need to know:
Now, getting the deleted history of Safari from your iPhone can never be a tricky issue anymore, as you can easily recover them as long as they are somewhere stored in the device. But if you are habitually cleaning your Safari cache or you always reset your iPhone to factory settings, then the search for this history may not always be fruitful.