Recover Delete Files

Restore Deleted Songs on iTunes

ITunes on iPod is the interface between the hard drive and the user. You can even install iTunes software on the Mac systems. If you have an iTunes account then you can have number of songs on the playlist. ITunes use cloud technology to store large number of songs on it. There is no limit of data storage on your iTunes. You can sync with the iTunes files anytime on your iPod and Mac computers. Usage of iTunes makes the management of files on the devices easier than ever.

At times you will lose the files on the iTunes. If you have lost the files for your mistake then there is no other misfortunate thing that can happen. Suppose, you want to delete some of the songs on the iTunes as you don’t like those. You had selected those songs and deleted. But after deletion, you realize that the some of the deleted songs are favorites to your friend who used to listen whenever you meet him. You do not want to disappoint your friend and you are not getting the songs anywhere else in the internet as you do not know the link. You might be thinking now how to get deleted songs back on iTunes. You can undelete files using Recover Delete File Software which is one of the reliable recovery tools, for more

Some of the common scenarios in which songs on iTunes are deleted:

Accidental deletion: The files on iTunes get deleted accidentally by you sometimes. If you have not backed up the songs on the iTunes then it will be a great loss. You might not be having any of the sources of the songs also. In such situation, you can recover the songs using recovery software. Recover Delete File Software can be used to retrieve deleted songs on iTunes.

Auto sync: If you have enabled auto sync option on the storage drive then the device will be synced sooner it is connected with the computer. If you have deleted the files on the computer then the files will also get deleted on the iPod device. You will lose the songs then. If you want them back then you can use the recovery software.

Format: The iPod or the Mac system drive might be formatted by you. If you have any songs on iTunes then it will be deleted after format. If you do not have the backup of the data then you will lose the songs from the iTunes library forever and you can’t restore them back. In such situation, you need to recover formatted drive using suitable recovery software. Recover Delete File Software helps you to get deleted songs back on iTunes.

Advanced features of Recover Delete File Software:

The Recover Delete File Software helps you to recover songs on iTunes on Mac computer. You can recover even from iPod on the Mac system. The software supports Mac OS X 10.5.x and above versions, Mac Lion, Leopard and Snow Leopard. You can also recover other file types like documents, videos, photos, etc. using the software. Hence, you can recover documents deleted from Trash of MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac and Mac mini using the software. If you have deleted some files on your Android SmartPhone then you can use the different build of the software that supports Android OS. Check out here to know more about the software.

Simple steps to get deleted songs back on iTunes:

  1. Download the Recover Delete File Software and install it on Mac computer. If you want to recover songs on iPod iTunes then plug in the iPod to the computer. Launch the installed software and select "Recover Files" option from the main page of the software. Then select "Recover Deleted Files" option from the next page.
  2. How to Get Deleted Songs Back on ITunes - Select Recover Files

    Fig A: Select Recover Deleted Files

  • Select the drive from from which the sogs are deleted and click on "Next" option.
  • How to Get Deleted Songs Back on ITunes - Select Drive

    Fig B: Select Drive

  • The software scans the drive for the deleted files and displays the list of files onto the screen. You can save the files on the computer.
  • How to Get Deleted Songs Back on ITunes - List of Recovered Files

    Fig C: Recovered Files

    For Leopard (10.5) and
    Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

    For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
    Mavericks and Yosemite (10.10) Users