Method 1If you periodically back up your iPhone to your computer, you can also restore all of your iPhone data, including text messages, from an iTunes backup. Plug your iPhone into your computer with the USB cable and launch the iTunes software. Click on the "File" menu, hover over "Devices," and select "Restore from Backup." Choose the backup with the desired timestamp and click "Restore."
Method 2Since iTunes creates backup files of all your iPhone data in SQLite databases that are protected by an UID-derived key, so you cannot simply open and read text message files unless you first process the backup with a third-party software, such as a SQLite Application or an SMS extractor. A number of solutions can extract text message archives from your iTunes backup files. PhoneRescue saves text messages to your computer in HTML format and can be purchased from iMobie for $49.99. IExplorer by Macroplant costs $34.99 and allows you to recover text message backups as PDFs or TXT files. Finally, DigiDNA's DiskAid tool allows you to extract text messages from iTunes backups on a computer and save them as TXT or PDF files for $29.90. (Links in Resources.)
Got annoyed? You can choose WiseRecovery. WiseRecovery supports wide kinds of deleted files, such as MS Office documents, Acrobat, Archive, Audio, Video, Image, Backup, Database, and Internet files, in total, there are more than 600+ major file types are supported by WiseRecovery.
How to Recovery Data on Iphone with WiseRecovery
Download WiseRecovery Software, install it and launch it. Click the "Start Scan" button on the main window of WiseRecovery.
You can see the list of all volumes found on your computer, select the exact drive and click the "Next" button to start scanning. If you can't see the drive, please make sure your external drives are connected, and click 'Refresh' button.
It will take about 2-10 minutes to scan, it depends on your disk size and files amount on the disk. After scanning is finished, you can preview text document and files.