Apple’s Notes is the most productive feature that people use it to save some important notes for further use. Well, if you have saved or synced your iPhone Notes to Google Drive or iCloud, then your Note will be safe forever. But, what if you haven’t saved Notes on cloud and accidentally deleted all Notes. Then, how would you back up your iPhone Notes?
Well, there is a way to Backup your all vanished iPhone Notes. To do that, You just need to install a third-party app called “iExplorer” on your Mac or Windows PC and make a few moves to backup your iPhone Notes with ease. Let me show you how it’s done the quick way!
How to Backup iPhone Notes on Windows PC or Mac
The solution is software and by taking help, you can take backup of your iPhone notes in no time. All you need to do is a USB cable. Yes, you don’t need to have any Wi-Fi network to transfer your notes from your iPhone to your PC having Windows of Mac. Here is how you can do that.
Step #1. First, you need to have internet explorer if you don’t have it then download it from here.
Step #2. After installing it, now connect your iPhone to your PC via a USB cable and the sync process will be done within a few seconds.
Step #3. Tap on Data tab and select Notes because you want to take a backup of Notes.
Step #4. Before the synchronization of your Note starts it will ask you to back up your entire iPhone, but you need to skip that.
Step #5. After the sync of your Notes is over you need to choose one of the two options being offered “Export to TXT” or “Export to PDF”. Click on your preferred choice.
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Once you follow above steps perfectly, all your notes will be saved on your Windows PC or Mac at the desired place. This is how you can take the backup of your Notes on your PC. Do you know any other way to backup iPhone Notes? Suggest us below in the comments or leave your feedback on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.