iPhone Reminder Eraser, Permanent Delete Reminder On iPhone iPad Without Restore

What's the use of Reminder?

In our daily life or work, there are so many things to do, every day we have been surrounded by all kinds of trivial or important things, for example, wedding anniversary, meetings, interviews and so on, sometimes we even have forgotten to do, so we need memorandum or Notepad to help us to record the things we need to do, so as to remind us when we need to do what.

How to create a Reminder on your iPhone and iPad?

Part 1: How to create a Reminder on your iPhone and iPad

1. Launch the Reminders app from the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad.
2. Find the reminder you'd like to add an alert to or create a new one.
3. Tap the grey arrow to the right of the reminder.
4. Now tick On the option for Remind Me On a Day.
5. Fill out the information for when you'd like to be reminded and then tapDone in the upper right hand corner.

Part 2: How to add a time based alert to a reminder on iPhone and iPad

Part 3: How to add a location based alert to a reminder on iPhone and iPad

Part 4: How to change the priority of a reminder on iPhone and iPad

How to Restore Lost/Deleted Reminder from iPhone iPad iPod

iOS Data Recovery or iOS Data Recovery (Mac) only cost you a short time to do calendar recovery. The program will scan your iDevice(s) or iTunes/iCloud backup, then allows you to restore your calendar by previewing the files precisely. You are also allowed to restore lost or deleted data like contacts, messages, photos, notes, calendars, call history, videos, WhatsApp messages and more from iOS 5 to iOS 9 no matter you are using iPhone 7, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPod touch 5 and any other iOS devices.

Steps to directly restore deleted reminder from iPhone iPad and iPod

Step 1. Launch the recovery program and connect your device to the PC via its USB cable.

Step 2. Click Start Scan button to scan your iPhone iPad or iPod. This will take you a few seconds. 
Step 3. When the scan ends, preview the found files. Find reminder or calendar, tick them and click "Recover" to get them back.

How to Permanent Delete Reminder on iPhone iPad & iPod Touch

Don't take it for granted that the reminders gone forever after you deleting them on your iPhone manually. The fact is, though you have deleted them, they still exist on your iPhone, but invisible and labeled as "ready to be overwritten". With a professional recovery tool, like iOS Data Recovery being introduced above, you'll recover deleted reminders on iPad iPhone or iPod successfully. If you want to permanently delete a reminder or a remind list from your iPhone or iPad, you’re strongly recommended to use iOS Data Eraser or iOS Data Eraser for Mac. The military standard technology will ensure you of making deleted reminders on iPhone iPad and iPod touch gone forever. Download the free trial version to have a try!


Note: No matter the data you want to erase still need or not, you'd better backup data from iPhone iPad to PC before wipe it, the iOS Data Recovery is a well-known iPhone iPad iPod data transfer tool can help switching your data from iOS device to computer for backup.
Step 1 Delete reminders on your iPhone iPad or iPod touch first.

Step 2 Download and install the iOS Data Eraser or iOS Data Eraser for Mac on your PC.

Step 3 Launch the program and connect your device to PC via its USB cable.

Step 3 Once detected, click on "Erase Deleted Files" on the left sidebar, then click "Start Scan" on the right of window to scan for deleted reminders on your iPhone iPad or iPod touch.

Step 4 Permanently delete reminder from iPhone iPad or iPod touch.

Step 5 Once deletion is complete, the window will display "Successfully erased".

Note: files on iTunes will also be automatically erased ensuring the data is also unrecoverable via iTunes.

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