10 + Deleted Message Icon On Iphone

Visit:2742   Updated: 2023/01/10

1.Launch the software and plug your iPhone to the computer through a USB cable. When the device is detected, click the "Start Scan" button.

2.Long press on the Messages app, and choose Add to Home Screen from its pop-up menu. You can tap the app to open it.

3.From your Home screen, keep swiping left until you see App Library. It's on the last page.

4.If you see the name of the Messages app, it's just on the Home screen (or the App Library in iOS 14). Swipe from screen to screen until you find it.

5.Tap Reset Home Screen Layout. Don't do a factory reset just yet using the nuclear options Reset All Settings and Erase All Contents and Settings.

6.The analysis engine will scan the device and display all types of data it found, as you can see in the image below.

7.To access Spotlight Search screen, swipe down from the middle of the iPhone's home screen. Or Swipe the screen to the right.

8.Tap Reset Home Screen again to confirm the action. Your home screen will go back to factory settings without having to delete anything—though you'll lose folders that you put applications in.

9.From the left list, click "Messages" category, skim over the texts based on Name, Phone, and Email, and then choose the ones you'd like to recover. If you have the audio and video attachments embedded, click "Messages Attachments" category and you'll find there.

10.If you do see a folder name to the right of the Messages, the app has been accidentally combined with another app into a folder. Go back to the Home screen and open that folder, touch the icon and hold until it starts jiggling side-to-side, then drag it out of the folder and back to the Home screen.