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How to Transfer SMS from Android Phone to Computer

Android smartphones become more and more popular all over the world, many important notice or bussiness information may be sent/received by text messages. So people would like to transfer SMS from Android phone to a computer for backup or for later usage. But how can we export these important SMS to computer?
Thanks to Android Transfer, which can help import 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 Transfer with below buttons to transfer your SMS to computer.

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Next, let's start to transfer Text Messages from your Android to computer.

Easy steps to transfer Android SMS to computer

Step 1 Connect your device with computer
After installing the Android Transfer, luanch it and connect your Android phone to computer via USB.

Step 2 Set up your Android phone
When the device is connected, it will be detected by the Android Transfer and shown up as the following picture.
Click SMS on the left list to manage your Android phone SMS.

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

Step 3 Transfer Android SMS to computer
All your text messages will be list in front of the SMS management window as below.
Select the messages you want and then click the "Import/Export" button to save them to your computer in .tet format.

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Warming and Tips
Android Transfer allows you not only to transfer SMS from phone to computer, but also deleted messages, send messages to single or multi contacts from your computer conveniently.

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