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« on: September 15, 2011, 02:32:51 AM »

How do I transfer my text messages from Samsung Galaxy S to my PC?? I have to take my phone in for repairs but have so much information in my text messages which I do not want to lose.....!!
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« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2011, 03:50:39 AM »

Try typing "backup text message" in the SEARCH box on top.
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« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2011, 04:22:27 AM »

Thanks!!!!!!  ;-)  I found the answer!
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« Reply #3 on: September 15, 2011, 04:52:16 AM »

Thank you too.
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« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2013, 04:00:12 AM »

Obviously, if you’re backing up to your Gmail address, you’re going to need a Gmail account first.  Feel free to use your personal Gmail account, or make a new one just for your backups. In this tutorial, I made one specifically for my phone. If you don’t want to use Gmail (you’re just that cool) then this tutorial isn’t for you.

How to  Save and Print Messages with "Android Mobile Manager"

Well,to print your text messages, you msust first export your text messages from your Android phone to computer,but due to the text messages and contats are saved in phone's SMS cards and not in SD card, so, you need to extract messages from SMS crad to your computer. As for me, I used Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager program to export all data from phone to cmputer. What this Android app does is allows me to back up text messages using my phone (either manually or automatically) to my Gmail account. At the end of this article, I will go over a few user cases that I personally have found useful that you may not think of right out of the box.

Want to free your phone’s memory but keep vital messages? Now you can back up your important threads as .xlm file or .txt file on the computer. Besides, you can import important messages to your Android phone freely.  It  can inform you when you have calls in. No time to answer it? Two ways for you to handle it easily. Directly hang it off, or hang it off and reply with a message instead on your computer.

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step 1: Install Progarm.

First, please connect your devices via USB cables or WiFi following the instructions on the primary window.
The options to backup and to restore are both located on your device's home screen, find them under "Tools you may like". On the main interface, your device model and brand will be displayed (in the case below, HTC Desire). Click the option you wish to use.



 Step 2: Automatically Install USB Drive



 Step 3: Scan Your Device and Preview Messages
With Wondershare MobileGo for Android, you can import messages in .xml format from computer to your device or export text messages from device to computer as .xml or .txt files, and csv




Step 4:   Send messages from PC to other's phone




Note: With Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager for Android (for Windows users), you can transfer all the files mentioned in the part below. While the Mac version – Android Pro (Mac) has a few limits. The Mac version doesn't support converting incompatible audio and video to Android optimized ones. It also doesn't let you move contacts from Outlook, Windows Live Mail and Windows Address Book

Learn: How to copy messages from Samsung galaxy note/s2/s3/s4 to computer windows 7/8
 For Samsung contacts: How to copy Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2/Note to Computer

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