Transfer Text Messages from Galaxy to Computer
Samsung Galaxy S3 is the most popular Android phone since its release. And now it also release a new upgrade version Galaxy S4 to satisfy all user's needs. It is undeniable that Samsung Galaxy series phones have taken so many unbelievable user experience into our life. And its new 5.0-inch super large display screen also compete almost all mainstream smart phones on the market, such as Apple's iPhone, HTC one and so on.
Why We Need to Backup Samsung Galaxy Messages to PC?
Unlike media files, SMS messages can't be stored on the external memory card, it is only can be saved in the internal flash card. That means the storage space is limited and sometimes you need to delete some files to free up more spaces. So let's suppose that you have saved lots of important messages but now you have to delete some of them to free up space, what will you do? Troublesome, right? Thus why don't you backup all your vital messages on computer? Not a bad idea, right? In fact, transferring Galaxy S3/S4 text messages to computer with a special tool like Samsung Messages Backup software can perfectly save your messages in XML or Txt format for your reading.
Steps to Backup, Transfer SMS (Text Messages) from Galaxy S2/3/4 to PC?
Step 1. Connect Your Samsung to PC and Launch the Program
Plug your Galaxy S2, S3 or S4 to the computer and then launch the program. In general, the program will detect your device automatically. After viewing your phone is displayed just like the below, that means you device is successfully connected to the program.
Step 2. Transfer SMS Messages to PC Selectively or in a Batch
Click on the "One-Click Backup" button, you can select "Messages" in the pop-up window to backup the whole message contents from iPhone to your personal computer. If you don't want to export all messages, just click "SMS" in the left panel, and then you'll see the detailed SMS messages in the right panel.
Mark the files you want to transfer and then click "Import/Export" to finish the process.
The exported messages will be saved in .xml or .txt format on your computer. You can open and read them as you like.