It may sound absurd if your iPhone warns you that the Voicemail is 95% or 100% full, but actually, there is nothing or only several voicemails stored there. This article covers this voicemail problem, and gives the causes of this issue, as well as 4 proven ways to fix it.
A few people complained that the Phone app pops up a warning saying the voicemail was full but in fact, it wasn’t. And in this case, they couldn’t receive messages from their friends, family, and clients on the Phone app.
Even though they deleted all voicemails, the issue still existed. Some of them have tried to seek help from Apple and the wireless network provider, such as ATT and Verizon, but still failed to get the issue solved.
Hello all, I have an iPhone 8 with att. My voicemail tab is completely deleted. In addition, I have deleted all my “deleted messages”. When people call me it says my voicemail is full but I gots no idea 🤷🏼♂️
Why does iPhone say the Voicemail is Full but actually there is no voicemail?
The delay of voicemail sync might be the reason why this voicemail problem occurs. And due to the network delay or Internet/server issue, what you’ve seen on your device (local) may not be synced correctly or quickly to the Voicemail Box on Network provider side. Or the iPhone failed to recognize the real voicemail storage space.
4 proven ways to fix “iPhone Voicemail Full” issue
After investigating to get the real causes from several related forums, such as Apple Discussion and Verizon Forum, we found there is only several ways are proven to be useful. All the ways below aim to solve the data synchronization issue between your device and the server online.
1. Firstly, restart your iPhone to clear all RAM on your device.
This operation will completely clear all activities on your device. And after a restart, your system will restart, and just launch your Phone app to see whether the voicemail goes to normal.
2. Make sure there is a strong signal on your iPhone.
Make sure the signal is strong enough to support the voicemail service to work. If you get a bad network connecting, you may get a sync delay from the Carrier side, and the device may keep getting the pop-up warning saying a full voicemail.
3. Reset the network settings on your iPhone.
This tip is told to be very useful to solve the issue. And it’s easy to do a network reset via Settings > General > Reset Network Settings.
This action will clear all login information related to Network, such as WiFi and VPN. So before you proceeding, be sure that you write down all the login info about WiFi and VPN.
4. Contact your network provider for help.
Getting help from your Network provider is the last choice while all above ways cannot work to solve your voicemail problem. And usually, they will give you some other tips. And you will also get some information from the network provider on whether there is a temporary voicemail service issue happening.
Tested more than 10 apps to view the contents stored on iTunes and iCloud backup, and picked out these top free iPhone backup viewers. Enjoy!
There are so many so-called iPhone backup viewers. Each one looks the same by offering similar features and promising to help you easily get things from your iPhone backup on your computer or the Apple iCloud server.
But how can you get out the top best one to view the hidden pictures, contacts, messages and other files on the backup? With so many app reviews crowding on the Internet, it would be so hard to get it out.
In comeware.com, here we’ve reviewed more than 10 top iPhone backup viewing tools. And we picked out some top free ones to help you get the photos, messages, contacts, etc from iTunes backup and iCloud backup. Now let’s have a look at these cost-free iPhone backup browsing tools.
Note: Till now, we didn’t find any apps that could access the contents on iCloud backup. Besides, you can directly go to know how I started the app testing if you are interested in it.
This app list will be updated if there are some big changes, and we’ll remove anyone who charges for backup previewing.
Joyoshare iPhone Data Recovery Trail Version
Joyoshare is one of the excellent free iTunes backup viewers I found that people could use to access the contents and files from iTunes backup. This app runs on Windows and Mac to get all your iPhone backups saved on your computer, and help you preview and extract the contents on the backup compressed files.
And this could be very helpful if you don’t want to restore using the default method to spread out all files on your iPhone screen.
Supports both Windows and Mac computer to get iTunes backup.
Works well to access in iOS 11 and iOS 12 backups.
Find the locations of your local iPhone backup files.
Can preview your personal info, media, docs and SNS data on backups.
Can’t access the iCloud backup.
It charges for extracting files from backup.
iMazing Trail Version – Free iTunes Backup Browser
For iPhone backup viewing, iMazing does a good job. Just like Joyoshare, iMazing helps you quickly preview photos, messages, contacts, call history and other file types from iPhone backup to your computer desktop or a specific folder.
This app is worth trying since it has stable performance, and it provides you with many useful features to manage content on your iOS device besides browsing an iPhone backup. You can go to my collected iPhone transfer software to know more about this app.
Supported file types:
Photos, Videos, Contacts, Messages, Call History, Voicemail, Notes, Voice Memos and other App Data.
100% free for browsing content on all iTunes backup.
Well compatible with the new iOS 12.1.4 backup.
Supports Windows and Mac systems.
Nice design and lots of useful features.
It’s not free if you want to extract from backup.
Can’t view iCloud backup contents.
Disclosure: These apps are free to browse and preview contents in iOS backups, but the apps are not free for all their features.
How Did I Test the Apps to View iPhone Backup?
I’ve reviewed some iPhone recovery software before. And I know that most of iPhone recovery apps are able to preview and extract contents from iPhone backup. Therefore I re-tested these apps and added some new ones, such as iMazing and Joyoshare, to have the test.
I’ve made several backups using my new iPhone XS and old iPhone 6 before starting the tests. Installed more than 10 backup extractor tools on a MacBook 2017 and a ThinkPad laptop to get the contents on my iTunes backup and iCloud backup.
And I checked whether the free version of these apps could access the data hidden in the backup files, and what data types it supports to view. There are two kinds of backup files that iPhone users use, the iTunes backup and iCloud backup. I tested the ability of these apps on browsing both of these backup types.
We are always so eager to try out new apps, however removing such apps could prove to be a hassle, no matter in old Mac OS X or the new macOS Mojave. In this article, we will provide you with more than enough insight into deciding on best Mac app remover, and give you a list of best free app uninstaller for all Macs , and also ready for the coming macOS Catalina.
Sometimes we download apps and we realize that we do not need them anymore. But the regular app removal on macOS does not entirely remove everything about the app – It just deletes the program but not the preferences data, caches, downloading files and history of the program. The worse is that you found there are some malicious programs that you cannot remove from your Mac.
So there comes Mac app uninstaller software aiming to completely delete these applications from your Mac OS running machine. And with these apps, you can be sure that every single thing about an unwanted app will be removed from your MacBook or iMac.
How to get one suitable app remover for your Mac computer?
It’s easy to know what is an uninstaller app, but it’s hard to select one best uninstaller app for your Mac, which is a totally different ball game. And many people do not know what to look out for when in the app market. So what are the factors and criteria you should consider? We have expertly curated them below to erase your selection process:
1. Level of App Cleanup:
It is important for you to understand the level of cleanup that the software provides. Some software can remove all the files related to the unwanted app, while others just remove some files. Also, some software cannot remove applications that run in the background. Therefore, you need to be sure of the capabilities of the software you are getting.
2. Computing Requirements:
During uninstallation, Mac uninstaller utilizes computer computing resources. This may cause your computer to slow down or hang. Hence, you need to find out the computing requirements of the software. And the best app remover should be compatible with all the popular Mac OS, including the new macOS Mojave and the coming MacOS Catalina this year.
3. User Interface and Experience:
If one app is poorly designed, it may cost you a lot of minutes to figure out how to use it. This is why you need to consider the user interface and experience of your desired uninstaller software.
You need to find out the cost of the software as some require a one-time purchase license. Some also require periodic subscriptions. And most of Mac app uninstallers are free. So it’s okay on this factor.
Some other factors you should consider: additional features, safe and secure, customer service and money-back policy.
Top best app uninstaller software for Mac [ready for the coming macOS Catalina]
We have reviewed some uninstaller to remove apps on our Mac. And finally picked out some of them as the best app uninstaller for your Mac. As top apps in this area, these apps were quickly being updated to compatible with the coming macOS Catalina that Apple has introduced on its WWDC 2019:
1. AppCleaner – free app uninstaller for Mac
FreeMacSoft developed one popular app removers for Mac users – AppCleaner. With this app, you can easily search the apps, plugins or widgets you don’t want anymore, and completely remove them from your Mac. Besides, it allows you to just drag and drop any unwanted app for swift uninstallation.
Drag and Drop feature.
This app is totally free.
It can recover the apps that you mistakenly deleted.
It supports all Macs from macOS 10.4, and the new version 3.5 is compatible with MacOS High Sierra and Mojave.
We found that it may not remove some apps, like Photoshop and Evernote. And if it cannot remove some apps, it will note that the apps are protected.
2. AppZapper – perfect Mac app uninstaller
This software AppZapper has stood out amongst other uninstaller software for macOS system because of its simplistic design and good capability of app removing. This software is also very deep with cleanups and can remove every unwanted app and its settings, widgets, plugins and so on. And just like AppCleaner, this software is also designed with the macOS drag and drop feature in mind.
Drag and Drop feature.
Nice filters to get large-sized apps and old apps.
With “Undo” to get back the apps that you deleted mistakenly.
Supports Mac OS X 10.6.2 or later.
Its free version is limited with only 5 zaps (You can perform 5 apps removing with AppZapper). And the price is 12.95 and above.
3. CleanMyMac App Uninstaller Tool
CleanMyMac gives you a lot of features to free up space on Mac. And its Uninstaller Tool could be one of the best tools for uninstalling apps in Mac but the trial version gives you only 2 applications removing for free. The best part about CleanMyMac is multi-functionality. It can perform its primary function of uninstalling applications and their related files just like other app removers we listed.
Besides, it also provides several other useful features to clean your Mac storage to boost the performance.
This app can find duplicate file on your mac and help you get rid of them. Its user interface is also very well designed and you can figure everything out intuitively.
This is another best app remover for Mac computer. AppDelete is very thorough in removing applications from your mac, and this is one of its major strengths. Where other software might overlook, this software acts. This software can help remove widgets, screensavers, preference panes, widgets, plugins, app settings, and so on.
This application is also very flexible. It provides you with options as regards what to with the apps and files you want to remove. You can log such files, archive to a zip file or completely remove such apps/files. Also, deleted apps are not removed straight away, but are kept in the recycle bin in case you made a mistake deletion.
Cons: This app is not a free one, and has a price of 5 – 7.99 dollars.
We didn’t cover all AppCleaner similar programs in this post, like the apps TrashMe, AppTrap, iTrash, and MacClean, since all of them are not freeware, and have almost the same features.
There you have it, the top best app uninstaller for Mac We gathered in this 2018 and 2019. We all need one of these software on our computers in new macOS Mojave as unwanted apps are inevitable. Selecting the best one for you should not be too much of a trouble, as this article has provided you with more than enough information to make the best decision.
iPhone notes app is the default app that people use to record shopping list, to-do list, writing inspiration and so on. And the iOS updates improves the notes app to be better every time and make the noting easy and funny.
However, there are always some users facing update issues and suddenly losing notes from their iPhone. If you are one of these guys, this post may be helpful for you to get them back. And let’s check why your notes disappear? And get some free tricks to retrieve your notes back.
Why did my notes on my iPhone disappear?
You can run your Notes app on your iPhone, and your’ll find there are some folders, like iCloud, Gmail and On MY IPHONE. These folders tell that the notes are usually stored on iPhone hardware and cloud storage.
Some people may find Cloud notes missing from while others may find On My iPhone notes disappeared. And now lets check the reasons why these notes disappear.
Reason 1. Forget to turn on Cloud Notes.
For people who like to store notes using cloud storage, they may get all cloud notes disappearing after iOS update since they may easily forget to turn on the cloud service to sync notes back to their device after software update.
Reason 2. iOS Update Errors.
Surely, some errors and bugs may occur during the update. And this may delete your note contents with the pictures and attaches. In this case, the iPhone backup will be the lifesaver to get notes back to iPhone.
Reason 3. Manually Deletion.
The notes may deleted by some people or mistakenly removed by you. If you are luck, you may find these deleted notes on the Recently Deleted Folder.
How to Retrieve Missing Notes from iPhone
Based on the reasons, there are some free tips you can follow to retrieve your missing notes from iPhone.
1. Retrieve disappeared Notes from Cloud
If you have synced notes from iCloud, Gmail or some other cloud storage service to your iPhone, you can get your cloud notes back by turning on notes sync using the accounts.
Go to Settings app > Passwords & Accounts.
Choose Account and tap to turn on Notes sync.
2. Recover all Notes from iPhone Backup
Think back, have you backed up your iPhone to iTunes or iCloud? If you have done some backups, you have chance to get back all of your disappeared notes from iPhone, cause the backup may contains your lost notes.
Apple posted article about how to restore iPhone from backup. And you can restore your device to get your disappeared notes from the iPhone backup.
Some iPhone backup viewer help you preview notes on iTunes backup and iCloud backup. Thus if you are not sure whether there are the missing notes and attached images stored on backup, you can have a try on the tools.
3. Recover Notes from Recently Deleted
Manually deleted notes will be automatically stored on Recently Deleted folder for 30 days before they are permanently erased from your device. So just check the Recently Deleted folder on your Notes app to restore them back.
4. Find an expert to get back missing notes
If all of these methods can’t solve your problem to get back your important notes, you can Google an iPhone recovery service and call them to recover your missing notes. And here we also listed some iPhone data recovery software that you may like to have a test.
This is a tutorial telling how to manually make your voice recording to custom ringtones on your iPhone step by step. Read to know more!
Many people have ever thought about getting a piece of recorded voice as ringtone on their smartphone. I am using an iPhone 8 Plus, and the built-in recorder is Voice Memos. And I’ve succeeded to record my own ringtone on my iPhone using the Voice Memo app and iTunes before. You can see the steps I’ve used to make ringtone here.
However, my method requires one computer around, which is not convenient since you may have no computer around now. So here I share one video tutorial to make voice memo to ringtone without using iTunes.
How to Record A Ringtone without Computer (iTunes) – from Youtuber iDeviceHelp
This method requires you to download GarageBand, which is pretty good at making songs using any sources on your iPhone. It’s easy for you to import your recorded voice memo as a song to your Music app.
And after some simple editing, you can easily share it as a new ringtone on your iPhone. To know more about how to make it, you can watch this video tutorial by iDeviceHelper.
How to Make Custom Ringtone from Voice Memo on iPhone with iTunes
Requires the iTunes app on your computer and one USB data cable.
1. Record a voice memo using your iPhone. Just run Voice Memo on your iPhone and record one voice memo.
2. Import voice memo to the computer via email. Or you can transfer the voice memo by sharing through SNS or other related platforms online. Then after, you can download them to your computer.
3. On your computer, convert voice memo to M4R by renaming the extension name of your Voice Memo as “.M4R”, which is pretty easy to do.
4.1.For iTunes 12.6 or previous version, you can add the M4R file to Tones section of your iTunes library. You can make it by a simply Drag and Drop, just drop the M4R file to Tones.
Sync or add your dropped Tone to your iPhone. You should connect your iPhone to the computer, and go to manage your device by clicking the iPhone icon. Under Settings, go to “Tones” and check on Sync Tones. Or just move your mouse to under the Tone and right click to add it to your iPhone.
4. 2. For iTunes 12.7 or above, you can drop the M4R directly to iPhone Tones section on iTunes interface.