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The Files app provides you the needed convenience to manage documents on your iPhone and iPad. Whether you want to add tags to documents in order to quickly find them or organize them perfectly, the app is designed to let you deal with docs efficiently. What's more, you can even recover recently deleted documents in iOS 11 Files app on your iPhone or iPad.

So, even if you accidentally delete any files, you will be able to retrieve them effortlessly. Depending on your need, you can restore all the recently deleted files at once or choose to retrieve individual documents.

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How to Recover Deleted File and Documents in iOS 11 Files App

How to Recover Recently Deleted Files in Files App in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

Recover Recently Deleted File/Document Individually in Files App

Step #1. Open Files app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on Browse.

Tap on Browse in Files App in iOS 11 on iPhone

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Step #3. Tap on Recently Deleted.

Tap on Recently Deleted in Files App in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #4. Now, you need to tap on Select at the top right corner → Select the file you want to recover → Tap on Recover at the bottom.

Recover Deleted File in iOS 11 Files App

Recover All the Recently Deleted Files or Documents At Once in Files App

Step #1. Launch Files on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, tap on Browse at the bottom right corner.

Tap on Browse in Files App in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #3. Now, tap on Recently Deleted.

Tap on Recently Deleted in Files App in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #4. Next up, tap on Select at the top right corner → Tap on Recover All at the bottom.

Recover All Recently Deleted Files or Documents At Once in Files App in iOS 11

That's it!

Take Control of Your Documents!

Have you explored Files app? If yes, let us know your feedback about this much-awaited app for iOS. With its arrival, file managing is certainly going to be a bit more straightforward.

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