How to Transfer SMS from Android Phone to Computer

Some SMS are meant to be saved. Whether they contain important notice including business information, or simply make you want to read it over and over again. We know that phone memory where all text messages are stored is limited. So it is recommendable to transfer SMS from Android to PC. That way, you will have a backup of your crucial messages.

With Android Transfer, you can view and export your text messages to your PC. Your information will be fully copied to your desktop, including sending/receiving time, names, and numbers. Getting bored of taping on tiny phone screen? Android Transfer can even allow you to send SMS on computer.

Download Android Transfer and read through this article to know more.

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

Easy steps to transfer Android SMS to PC

Step 1 Connect Device to PC
When you launch Android Transfer, it'll ask you to connect your phone to your computer via USB cable or QR Code. Go ahead and do this so we can move on to the next step.

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Step 2 Select Backup Contents
Once you've clicked "SMS" on the left navigation panel, you can see a list of your text messages. You may select your messages and preview them.

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Step 3 Transfer Android SMS to computer
Tap the "Import-Export" icon on the top of the screen. You will get a drop-down list providing you three options to export or import your SMS. Choose the one you need and the exporting process will begin.

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That's the whole procedure to transfer SMS from Android to PC. As the proverb goes, "Better safe than sorry." May we suggest you back up and tranfer your Android SMS as well as other important to computer before you factory reset or  format your phone. For more detail you may want to find out by yourself. Why not?

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