Friday, December 21, 2012

How to backup sms in Samsung Galaxy S3

How do you review a phone like the Galaxy S III?

It’s already been subject to so much speculation, exposure, and early judgment — some of it coming from myself, admittedly — that it feels overwhelming to try and condense what it means to everyone into a single treatise. To Samsung, it’s the new flagship handset to keep the company ahead of every other Android OEM through 2012, for most people it’s a device that stretches the definition of the smartphone form factor, and to mobile gaming enthusiasts it’s potentially the most powerful platform yet.

Being a spec leader isn’t new to Samsung, but the Galaxy S III betrays an even loftier ambition: South Korea’s largest chaebol wants to also be known as a front runner in software. Android 4.0 is the basis upon which Samsung has built a formidable list of new and returning enhancements: S Beam, S Memo, S Planner, S Voice, Smart Stay, Direct Call, and even a limited-term exclusive of the Flipboard Android app. Throwing in 50GB of free Dropbox storage for two years makes Samsung’s offering seem comprehensive, but is it cohesive? That’ll be the primary question to answer for people wondering if the long wait for the Galaxy S III has been worth it.

How to backup sms in Galaxy S3?

To get started, download the latest version of AST Android SMS transfer, install it on PC and Samsung Galaxy S III separately.

How to Backup text messages?

Go to the customer UI, hit the icon of AST Android SMS transfer App to launch it. 
Press "Backup SMS" to backup text messages.

Note:How to restore text messages. Just click "Restore SMS" and select the .db file to restore sms in a android phone with this sms backup/restore app .
Additional, transfer sms to pc with android sms transfer for windows, so you could edit, delete, print and save sms as a csv or text file.

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