Get rid of "deleted Messages still take up space on iPhone"

Oct 2,2014 Posted by Allen Lee to iPod/iPhone/iPad Space Free Up

"I deleted all my text messages & imesages but they are still taking up storage space on iPhone. Why? How can I free up these space?" - HARRIS

When you delete messages from the iPhone, they don't actually get deleted. Instead, they're marked for deletion by the operating system and hidden so that they appear deleted. But they're still on the phone. Now Backuptrans iPod/iPhone/iPad Space Free Up will scan deleted messages on your iPhone and remove them permanently. All these storage space will be free up immediately. More importantly, Backuptrans iPod/iPhone/iPad Space Free Up can also help you delete all junk files, like log files, photo and video cache, iTunes syncing cache, download temp file, app cache, app cookies and app temp files.

The following article shows you how to free up deleted messages storage space on iPhone step by step:

Step 0: Before you run the software, please make sure you have installed iTunes 11.0 or above on your computer and enter correct passcode on iPhone if your iPhone is protected with a passcode.

Step 1: Install the software on computer and run it
Run Backuptrans iPod/iPhone/iPad Space Free Up and connect iPhone to computer with USB cable. Then the software will automatically find your device and show the device info on its main interface.

Step 2: Go to the "Remove System Junk" section, click the "Scan" button to see how much storage space you can free up. Your deleted messages & attachments will be recognized as junk files.

Step 3: Press "Free Up" button to remove all the system junk files on your iPhone.

Free up successfully. Now your deleted messages are not taking up space on your iPhone any more. With Backuptrans iPod/iPhone/iPad Space Free Up, you can even delete messages from iPhone permanently in only one click. Free download the software on your computer to try now.

Note:If you are using Mac, please use Backuptrans iPod/iPhone/iPad Space Free Up for Mac.

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