If you are looking for how to recover deleted iCloud files in your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Pc, you are in the right place where you can get information about how to recover deleted iCloud files.
We will guide you through easy and step by step process to recover deleted iCloud files in this article.
If you have accidentally or knowingly delete any important files from your iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC ; you can still recover those file. If you have problem to recover those important file, find easy steps to recover it.
Let’s started to recover deleted iCloud files.
Recover Deleted iCloud Files of iPhone, iPad,Mac or PC
Step 1: Login into your iCloud account
Your first step is to login at iCloud.com on your Mac. If two-factor authentication is enabled on your iCloud account, you have to receive a verification code in your device.
Step 2: Complete the authentication process
After you receive an authentication code in your device type it into the box on the iCloud.com log in form. When you signed in, click on the setting icon.
Step 3: View your deleted files
After you scroll to the bottom of the page under the Advanced heading, you will find four option (Restore Files, Restore Contacts, Restore Calendars, restore Bookmarks).
Click on the Restore Files option to see the list of files deleted within last one month period.
Note: From this way you can restore your contacts, Calendars and reminders and bookmarks too.
Step 4: Select the file to restore
Once you find the file which you want to recover, click the checkbox to the left of the file and click done.
Step 5: Sign out and wait
Your last step will be sign out from the process. At the top-right corner of the page you will find the Sign Out option. Click on the Sign Out option.
Now, you can go to your iCloud Drive and there you can find the file you want to recover.
How to search quickly deleted files?
For the quick search for your deleted files there is the option in the right hand side top of the page. You can customize your search by deleted date or name of file or the size of the file as far as you remember.