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Tips to Set & Restore Lost Reminders from iPad

Jan. 7, 2016 09:20 am / Posted by Fitch to iOS Topics
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Facing with piles of to-do tasks, you don't know where to begin with? Missing the important date such as the anniversary date or birthday of families and friends, you feel regretful what if you had been informed earlier? Forgetting to buy a bag of salt on your way back home, you need hurry to the store while cooking some delicious meals? Maybe such cases are just your daily routine, especially for those who are forgetful. But actually, you can definitely avoid these embarrassing circumstances as long as you make full use of the reminders app within your iPad, iPhone devices. With reminders app, you can note down all the important tasks in combination with calendar, so you will get informed of the to-do items when the day comes. So how can you set up reminders on your iPad? Here, there are two possible ways for your reference:

Way 1. Write Down Reminders on iPad

> Go to Reminders App on your iPad. Tap on the app to open it.

> You can create a reminder now by tapping a blank line. Then, fill in the reminder's date and time in your reminder's options menu.

> You can also set the priority level of your iPad reminders. Finally, click Done option to finish the process.

Way 2. Speak Out Reminders on iPad

> Press Home button on your iPad till you hear a chime sound. Now, Siri service will have been activated.

> Then say "Set a reminder" to the iPad. Then this service will begin to create a reminder as needed.

> After that, enunciate all details of your reminder. For example, you can say "On Jan. 10, it's my mother's birthday." to your iPad. When that day comes, it will be alarmed so you can buy a bunch of flowers or something else to your mother. After speaking out the details, choose Confirm option to check over the details and set them as a reminder on your iPad.

After setting up reminders for important tasks, you will be informed of these to-do list when the day comes. Also, the reminders app can also organize your messy tasks in order, so you just need to remove the tasks from your to-do-list one by one. Quite useful and practical application, right? However, sometimes due to various reasons such as mistaken deletion, virus infection, or factory resetting and etc., the carefully noted reminders will be lost all of a sudden. At this time, you need to recover the lost reminders from your iPad as soon as possible.

How to Recover Reminders from iPad?

To recover reminders from iPad in one click, a reliable and profession recovery tool is quite essential. Here, your best choice must be this Vibosoft iPad Data Recovery, which is able to recover all the lost reminders from iPad in an easy and safe way. This software offers the easiest path to recover the lost files from iPad in a high-speed way, which can support all types of files apart from reminders. Below is the free trial version of this software! Just get the right version and follow the below tutorial to give it a try!


iDataRescuer is a powerful program to help users easily recover lost data from iPhone/iPad/iPod device or iTunes backup file without any loss.

First of all, open the installed software on the computer. And then connect your iPad to the computer via the USB cord. Now, choose the mode of Recover from iOS Device or Recover from iTunes Backup if you have backed up files from iPhone to iTunes. Finally, click the option of StartScan to continue.

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Then, you will see different file folders are arranged on the left panel for your reference. You can now enter Reminders tab to choose the reminders you want to recover from your iPad and then hit the button of Recover to begin the recovery process.

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Till now, you have successfully restored the lost reminders from your iPad. And you will still get informed of the important to-do items as long as you have set up reminders for these tasks on your iPad!

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