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There's an app for this - Droid Messenger. Only their site is down, so can't try it. Is there an alternative app? I want to be able to send texts from my computer - through the web to my phone - then out to the recipient.

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uhm you could try and find it on the market?
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There's an app for this - Droid Messenger. Only their site is down, so can't try it. Is there an alternative app? I want to be able to send texts from my computer - through the web to my phone - then out to the recipient.

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Here are some common Email ports to send sms to phones on carriers networks ..

T-Mobile: phonenumber@tmomail.net
Virgin Mobile: phonenumber@vmobl.com
Cingular: phonenumber@cingularme.com
Sprint: phonenumber@messaging.sprintpcs.com
Verizon: phonenumber@vtext.com
Nextel: phonenumber@messaging.nextel.com



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Carrier Email to SMS Gateway
Alltel [10-digit phone number]@message.alltel.com
Example: 1234567890@message.alltel.com AT&T (formerly

Cingular) [10-digit phone number]@txt.att.net
[10-digit phone number]@mms.att.net (MMS)
[10-digit phone number]@cingularme.com
Example: 1234567890@txt.att.net

Boost Mobile [10-digit phone number]@myboostmobile.com
Example: 1234567890@myboostmobile.com

Nextel (now Sprint Nextel) [10-digit telephone number]@messaging.nextel.com
Example: 1234567890@messaging.nextel.com

Sprint PCS (now Sprint Nextel) [10-digit phone number]@messaging.sprintpcs.com
[10-digit phone number]@pm.sprint.com

(MMS)
Example: 1234567890@messaging.sprintpcs.com

T-Mobile [10-digit phone number]@tmomail.net
Example: 1234567890@tmomail.net

US Cellular [10-digit phone number]email.uscc.net

(SMS)
[10-digit phone number]@mms.uscc.net

(MMS)
Example: 1234567890@email.uscc.net

Verizon [10-digit phone number]@vtext.com
[10-digit phone number]@vzwpix.com

(MMS)
Example: 1234567890@vtext.com

Virgin Mobile USA [10-digit phone number]@vmobl.com
Example: 1234567890@vmobl.com


Free Email To SMS Gateways (International + Smaller US)

These are all I could find from Wikipedia and other sources. If youíre aware of any other ones please share them

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7-11 Speakout (USA GSM) number@cingularme.com
Airtel (Karnataka, India) number@airtelkk.com
Airtel Wireless (Montana, USA) number@sms.airtelmontana.com
Alaska Communications Systems number@msg.acsalaska.com
Aql number@text.aql.com
AT&T Enterprise Paging number@page.att.net
BigRedGiant Mobile Solutions number@tachyonsms.co.uk
Bell Mobility & Solo Mobile (Canada) number@txt.bell.ca
BPL Mobile (Mumbai, India) number@bplmobile.com
Cellular One (Dobson) number@mobile.celloneusa.com
Cingular (Postpaid) number@cingularme.com
Centennial Wireless number@cwemail.com
Cingular (GoPhone prepaid) number@cingularme.com (SMS)
Claro (Brasil) number@clarotorpedo.com.br
Claro (Nicaragua) number@ideasclaro-ca.com
Comcel number@comcel.com.co
Cricket number@sms.mycricket.com (SMS)
CTI number@sms.ctimovil.com.ar
Emtel (Mauritius) number@emtelworld.net
Fido (Canada) number@fido.ca
General Communications Inc. number@msg.gci.net
Globalstar (satellite) number@msg.globalstarusa.com
Helio number@messaging.sprintpcs.com
Illinois Valley Cellular number@ivctext.com
Iridium (satellite) number@msg.iridium.com
Iusacell number@rek2.com.mx
i wireless number.iws@iwspcs.net
Koodo Mobile (Canada) number@msg.koodomobile.com
LMT (Latvia) number@sms.lmt.lv
Meteor (Ireland) number@sms.mymeteor.ie
Mero Mobile (Nepal) 977number@sms.spicenepal.com
MetroPCS number@mymetropcs.com
Movicom (Argentina) number@sms.movistar.net.ar
Mobitel (Sri Lanka) number@sms.mobitel.lk
Movistar (Colombia) number@movistar.com.co
MTN (South Africa) number@sms.co.za
MTS (Canada) number@text.mtsmobility.com
Nextel (United States) number@messaging.nextel.com
Nextel (Argentina) TwoWay.11number@nextel.net.ar
Orange Polska (Poland) 9digit@orange.pl
Personal (Argentina) number@alertas.personal.com.ar
Plus GSM (Poland) +48number@text.plusgsm.pl
Presidentís Choice (Canada) number@txt.bell.ca
Qwest number@qwestmp.com
Rogers (Canada) number@pcs.rogers.com
SL Interactive (Australia) number@slinteractive.com.au
Sasktel (Canada) number@sms.sasktel.com
Setar Mobile email (Aruba) 297+number@mas.aw
Suncom number@tms.suncom.com
T-Mobile (Austria) number@sms.t-mobile.at
T-Mobile (UK) number@t-mobile.uk.net
Telus Mobility (Canada) number@msg.telus.com
Thumb Cellular number@sms.thumbcellular.com
Tigo (Formerly Ola) number@sms.tigo.com.co
Tracfone (prepaid) number@mmst5.tracfone.com
Unicel number@utext.com
Virgin Mobile (Canada) number@vmobile.ca
Vodacom (South Africa) number@voda.co.za
Vodafone (Italy) number@sms.vodafone.it
YCC number@sms.ycc.ru
MobiPCS (Hawaii only) number@mobipcs.net

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Not tried the program, but the site seems to be working

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We apologize for the inconvenience. Please contact the webmaster/ tech support immediately to have them rectify this. error id: "bad_httpd_conf"



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try Desktop SMS thats what I have on my computer and works great.

Home (DesktopSms for Android)
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try Desktop SMS thats what I have on my computer and works great.

Home (DesktopSms for Android)
Thats currently unavailable too, not in the Market and their website says 'The Android Application of DesktopSMS is not currently available on the Android Market because the beta is not finished.'

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Nini - do you have the BETA or do you have an original? Do you know anywhere else other than the android market I could get it?

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The project is apparently hosted at google code:

Downloads - desktopsms - Project Hosting on Google Code
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Thanks for that

I have downloaded it, on both my PC and HTC Hero,

I have connected my phone to the PC via USB, I have launched Desktop SMS, and it says 'launching...' on my phone, then just does nothing, doesnt open or anything. Can anyone help me connect to Desktop SMS properly?
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what exactly would this app do for you? You would still get sms charges by your mobile provider. Or may be I am missing something ?
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I'm not sure if you're in the USA or not, but have you considered Google Voice? It's SMS gateway via the web (and mobile app) is free.

The one big tradeoff right now is that you have to use a new phone #
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Im in the UK, I see it as an easier way to text as I have unlimited texts. I work on the PC all day so being able to text off the PC would make my life much easier.

What is google Voice like if you dont mind me asking
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Google Voice is just the unified messaging portal for phone and SMS. It's all part of the "Google experience," although it's still in beta.

It's web interface is very clean, and for messaging it works very well. It automatically resolves all of the contacts for composing messages as well as receiving them.
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I would use GV but its not available here in the UK yet, although I have an invitation for it lol.

I guess we'll just have to wait until something comes up, or Droid Messenger get their arses in gear.
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Thanks NiNi - this is just what I needed. Works a treat
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I have downloaded and tried - but I cant seem to connect to the software on the PC. Please explain how you got to work

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On the desktop app:

Click on preferences.
Fill in the path to the adb.exe file (you need to Android SDK for this file).
Fill in the path to save whatever it needs to be saving.
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Google voice is great. I use it for SMS and call forwarding. Its perfect if you want to send a message that you know isnt going to get a response.
The GV app for android is awesome.
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Hi, I am the developer of droidmessenger. I was having some server trouble back then, there shouldn't be any trouble now. I am actually considering an update with a way more advanced interface but I am not sure yet.
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Hi Zobotech !

I love your app, especially because it allows me to send smses even when I forgot my cell phone at home !
There only seems to be a big delay before the sms actually gets sent ...
Please let me know if you want me to test out some stuff, I can send 1000 smses for free every month ;-)

Even more, I have some experience in small android apps (I've teached some basic android programming to students), so I can help with some coding if necessary ...

greetings,
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Android How to for DesktopSMS Or Desktop SMS– USB ONLY.
How to send and receive a text from pc or send and receive a text from computer.
Developer Site: (Thanks guys – Works Great)
http://sites.google.com/site/desktopsmsforandroid/en/howto#TOC-Downloads
You should have an unzipping package installed as well as the latest version of Java. This also assumes you have no other android USB drivers installed. I don’t know if they may cause problems.
I wrote these after the fact – so they may be a little goofed up. These are my directions for my “MyTouch 2G” and if you choose to follow them, then do so at YOUR OWN RISK.
1. Download these two packages:
DesktopSMSServer.apk
MainGUI.jar
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http://code.google.com/p/desktopsms/downloads/list
2. Using Android Market on your handset download and install “Astro File Manager”.
3. Copy “desktopSMSServer.apk” to your Android device storage by mounting your Android Phone to your computer via USB. I put the file in a directory I named “Install”.
4. Disconnect your handset from your computer.
5. On your handset, check the box in Settings/Applications/Unknown Sources. This way you phone will install the handset application.
6. Using Astro File Manager browse to the directory on your storage card (called “install” in this case) and touch the file. The app should install
7. On your handset, check the box in Settings/Applications/Development/USB Debugging.
8. USB DRIVER: Download the Android SDK Install package interface here:
http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
Once you download the package, unzip and run “SDK Setup”. My SDK interface would not connect to the server to download packages. I had to check the box under “Settings” “Misc” “Force https….”. Once this was done the interface downloaded the SDK packages. I unchecked all except “USB Driver Package” Install the USB Driver Package. Reboot your computer.
9. Create a directory on your computer called “save” or whatever you want.
10. Run the “mainGUI.jar” file and click “preferences” and browse to the path of your downloaded and unzipped SDK Install package. You’re looking for “ADB.EXE” Should be “/androidtools-skd-windows/tools/adb.exe”.
11. Then click the “save dir” button and browse to that directory you just created called “save”.
12. Close the “mainGUI.jar” window.
13. At this point, connect your phone to your computer. Then run the DesktopSMS app on your Android handset.
14. Now start the “mainGUI.jar” file and click connect. Your contacts should download and be displayed. Double click one and send a message.
NOTE: Every time a message came in, the “mainGUI.jar” on my computer would disconnect. I would have to reconnect and click refresh to read the message.
Disconnect (This is my way):
1. Close the ‘mainGUI.jar” app.
2. Shut down the app on your phone
3. Shut down the adb.exe process running on your computer by using task manager and right clicking on adb.exe “end process”.
4. Disconnect the phone by ejecting it as normal using the “safetly remove/eject hardware icon”.
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hmm I've tried this, and even though the desktop .jar file is indicating that it is launching the server on the device, nothing happens...I've already installed the apk on my phone and mounted the phone via USB.
One thing is that I'm on 1.5 running htc sense, and when clicking on the app it just say launching and nothing happens...anyone can help here?
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ok seems like it is working now! the culprit is the USB debugging setting that needs to be ticked on the phone..but now everytime i get a reply to the msg, it will fc the app on the phone and disconnect it
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i agree 100% just found it today and love it. the developer is very responsive and cares alot about his work.

ive searched for alot of sms clients. used easysms, pdanet and desktop sms. pda net was the best of these as far as being simple and clean but u have to use usb cable to be connected. the rest took too many clicks and such for set up everytime. and plus u have to use web browser for some that are not layed out very well.

SMS2PC however is the ticket. it solves all those problems. it is super clean and simple, and works like a charm. also has full support to access your contacts from your phone.

The developer has an impressive website and other developments. I tried the trial version for about 15 minutes, contacted him to ask a question and bought the full version just minutes after he replied back.

Download and test it now. you will be wanting to purchase this asap. and dont be a cheapo and complain that it costs money, really? i woulda paid alot more for how clean this app works.

SMS2PC... soon to be one of the hottest apps i bet
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i agree 100% just found it today and love it. the developer is very responsive and cares alot about his work.

ive searched for alot of sms clients. used easysms, pdanet and desktop sms. pda net was the best of these as far as being simple and clean but u have to use usb cable to be connected. the rest took too many clicks and such for set up everytime. and plus u have to use web browser for some that are not layed out very well.

SMS2PC however is the ticket. it solves all those problems. it is super clean and simple, and works like a charm. also has full support to access your contacts from your phone.

The developer has an impressive website and other developments. I tried the trial version for about 15 minutes, contacted him to ask a question and bought the full version just minutes after he replied back.

Download and test it now. you will be wanting to purchase this asap. and dont be a cheapo and complain that it costs money, really? i woulda paid alot more for how clean this app works.

SMS2PC... soon to be one of the hottest apps i bet
I tried the DesktopSMS, looks really good but I cannot get it to connect. I followed the directions exactly and it will not connect. I know what I'm doing and have been using ADB for some time. I'm not sure what the issue is.

So I decided to try SMS2PC but the dev's website is down. I got the paid version, but since the website is down I have no way of getting the PC app. Does anyone have the PC client that they could send me? I just want to send some texts from the computer, I've bought 2 apps today to do this with and can't get either to work.

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I use an app called myphoneexploreer it connects via usb or wireless easy to install easy to use just download client to phone and software on computer all free no registraion send sms from pc, phone from pc syncs calender installs / uninstall apps and backup and much more
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I use PDA Net to teather my phone, and it auto starts a SMS App when you're running the program, so long as your phones USB connected to your PC, all texts you get will be sent to your computer and phone
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I use MobileCloud. You can send Sms without installing anything on your pc. You just need to enter any password in the app and get ID to enter this site http://cl4.mobi.
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Try SpocoSMS
It is really great app. You do not need USB or WiFi connection and you can send SMS directly from your phone using WebBrowser. It is really fast and easy. And of course it is free.
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There's an app for this - Droid Messenger. Only their site is down, so can't try it. Is there an alternative app? I want to be able to send texts from my computer - through the web to my phone - then out to the recipient.

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In the UK the O2 website provide free text messaging services for upt to 100 texts I think.

Also, the Orange website allows you to send up to 100 free texts a month.

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There's an app for this - Droid Messenger. Only their site is down, so can't try it. Is there an alternative app? I want to be able to send texts from my computer - through the web to my phone - then out to the recipient.

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That is exactly what browsertexting dos.
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if you need to more than app to send sms, check smslemon.com. It is really usefull service for managing, sending, backup ...

It is worth to check.
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You should try Send & Receive SMS text messages from your computer - super simple, stabile and reliable. It requires no signup, runs in the browser without a setup and only requires a super simple power effiecient app. It's doesn't get any simpler than this.
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I suppose share keyboard would do the same thing. look for it in the market.
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if you need to more than app to send sms, check smslemon.com. It is really usefull service for managing, sending, backup ...

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I also use it. Excellent app.
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smslemon works. Thank you.
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Take a look at PhoneLeash - send and reply to your phone SMS from email, Google Voice, HeyWire, Pinger ...
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Try "SMS To Web", its an application I made for managing your SMS through a ICS-inspired web application. To install the app: https://market.android.com/details?id=sms.web

Website at http://sms.qas.im/

It's my first app, so I'm always looking for improvements. If you have a feature you want in it, just ask and I'll try to implement it.
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AirDroid and MOBILedit! PC Suite are free app, but need WiFi enable computer.
AirDroid
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.sand.airdroid
MOBILedit! PC Suite
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.compelson.meconnector&hl=en
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You can use WebMessage, which offers you a Web Interface to read and send your messages. It uses your phone to send them, so they will be sent as normal text messages.

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https://market.android.com/details?id=ch.substring.webmessage

Web:
http://sms.substring.ch
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MyPhoneExplorer windows application also can send and receive SMS using your windows computer, as well as you can make call, view call logs, edit contacts and many more things you can do.

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