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How to Transfer Text Messages from Android to Computer

Nowadays, Android Smartphone become more and more popular all over the world. Android users would like to sent/received many important notice or business information by text messages, and they have a lot of important short messages that you wouldn't want to lose. Therefore, transfer SMS from Android phone to a computer for backup or for later usage is very important. But how to export these important SMS to computer?

Fortunately, with the help of Android Data Manage tool, you can import your messages in .xml format from computer to your device or export text messages from device to computer as .xml or .txt files easily.

Take a trail version of Android Data Manage to transfer your SMS to computer.

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Step 1. Launch the program and connect Android phone with computer

Install the program on your PC first. Then, launch it and bring yourself to the primary window. Connect your Android phone to computer via a USB cable. Once Android phone is connected, the program will detect them automatically and shown up the window as below.

Note: Android Transfer is fully compatible with all popular Android phones like Samsung/HTC/Google/Motorola/Sony Ericsson.

Step 2. Export Android SMS to computer

Click on the SMS tab to enter the SMS management window. All your text messages will be list in front of the SMS management window as below. You can choose those messages you wanted and then click the "Import/Export" button to save them on your computer in .txt format.

export sms to pc

Now, download this program to have a try!

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