Step 2: Run TouchCopy 16 and connect your Apple device.
Step 3: Choose the Notes Tab and your device's notes will be loaded.
Step 4: Select the Notes you wish to copy.
Step 5: Hit 'Copy Notes' and choose where to save to.
Detailed Descriptions of the steps can be found below.
What TouchCopy can do with your Notes
The Notes editor allows you to view, copy and print notes from your iPod, iPhone or iPad to your computer.
Viewing Your Notes
To view the notes available on your iPod or iOS device, click "Notes" in the TouchCopy categories list.
This will display the Note editor. On the left side, you can select what Note you'd like to see displayed on the viewing area on the right. You can also use the search function to find a particular note in your device.
Saving Your Notes
iPhone Notes Backup- Save the selected Note/Notes from your iDevice to your computer by clicking 'Copy Notes' (PC), or Copy to Mac (Mac).
You will be able to save your notes in a variety of different formats: PDF, HTML or Plain Text.
You can also choose the way you would like your notes to be saved. You can export them with the name of the notes only, you can choose to have the date you created the notes included or the date that they were last modified.
If you would like to save all your notes in a folder, you can also select the option to “Copy Folder Structure”, which will save your notes in a folder with the same folder structure as they are saved on your device.
Printing your Notes
To print notes, simply make a selection of notes that you would like to print, then hit the "Print" button in the TouchCopy Notes toolbar. This will bring up your computer's standard print settings. Once you're happy with the settings, hit print!
Viewing notes on your iPod (Click Wheel models)
To view Notes on a click wheel iPod select Extras from your main iPod menu, then select Notes. Your iPod will need to be disconnected from your computer before you can access the main iPod menu.
Viewing notes on your iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch
On iOS-based devices, notes are viewed using the "Notes" application on the device.