How to Print Out Text Messages from Motorola Phone?

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Yesterday I tried to print out text messages from Motorola smartphone, but I couldn't find them on computer when I connected my mobile phone to PC via USB. Because my phone memory had reached the limit and I want to keep a paper version of my SMS messages, can you help me export text messages from my Motorola phone to computer?

As you know, if we want to print out text messages from Motorola phone, we need to copy them to computer first. However, text messages are forbidden to be copied to computer directly for protecting the privacy of phone users. As many Motorola users have the same need to print out Motorola SMS messages, how can we achieve this? Now with this Samsung Messages Backup, everything will be much easier.

This Coolmuster Motorola Messages Backup is a powerful program to help you save text messages from Motorola to computer, then you can print them without any limitation. If the internal memory of your phone has reached its limit or you want to change a new phone, you can print out Motorola SMS messages with this program as a backup file. Or you need to take some SMS for further usages, this program can be helpful. For example, you have received some insulting messages from someone, in order to protect your own rights, you can print them out and send to the court. In general, if you need print out text messages from Motorola cell phone, you can't miss this program.

Now you can download a free trial version, and run it on your Windows/Mac computer according to the next guide.

Guide: How to Print Text Message Conversations from Motorola Mobile Phones

Step 1. Connect Motorola Device to Computer and Run the Program

Firstly, connect your Motorola phone to computer via USB. Then, install and open the program on computer. If you have never operated this program on PC before, you should make settings on your cell phone to enable USB debugging first, then the program will be able to identify your Motorola device successfully. As Android system has been updated for several generations, you can finish enabling USB debugging on your Motorola smartphone according to the following instructions.

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging";
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging";
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".

Step 2. Automatically Install USB Driver on PC and Scan Your Device

After getting your device detected, this program will install USB driver on your computer immediately. After that, it will start to scan your Motorola, and you will get a main menu as follows.

Step 3. Transfer SMS Messages to PC and Print them Out

Before printing out text messages from Motorola phone, you should copy them to computer first. Look at the main interface, enter the "Contacts" folder first. Then press "All SMS", "Inbox" or "Outbox", you will preview all text messages on your Motorola phone. Then pick out your needed SMS and touch the "Backup" option, you can save all text messages to computer soon. Now you are able to print out Motorola SMS messages as you want.

This Coolmuster Motorola Messages Backup is an effective and efficient program. If you need to print out text messages from Motorola mobile phone, you can't miss it. In addition, there are much more features for you to try out. If you are a Motorola or any Android phone user, this program could be your best assistant. Now just download it and have a try on computer.

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Charlotte Smith Senior Editor

Charlotte Smith, an accomplished editor in the dynamic landscape of mobile technology, has distinguished herself with her abundant experience and skills for iPhone, OnePlus, Sony, Vivo, Motorola, ZTE, Huawei, etc. Help readers and users solve the problems in iPhone Transfer and Mobile Data Management. Her proficiency extends beyond mere functionality, delving into the nuances of each brand with precision and clarity.