Can you print out texts/conversations? If so, how?Support


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  1. impquidnuc

    impquidnuc Member This Topic's Starter

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    We have several (ok a lot) of threatening text messages from a disgruntled employee that we need to print out - is there a way to do this on the DINC other than e-mailing each one separately?
     

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  2. NoShftShck16

    NoShftShck16 Well-Known Member

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    is your phone rooted? if not contact verizon or HTC. I'm sure there is something they can do about pulling messages in bulk off your phone.
     
  3. necosino

    necosino Well-Known Member

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    Forward them to your email, then you can print them off.
     
  4. impquidnuc

    impquidnuc Member This Topic's Starter

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    Tried that but I lose the header info as to whom they are originally from.
     
  5. BaadAndy

    BaadAndy Well-Known Member

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    You can use a screen capture of the Text's then Email, or maybe print on a wireless or blue tooth HP printer.
     
  6. sail4fun201

    sail4fun201 Well-Known Member

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    root and printscreen? but that doesn't guarantee that it's really from the person you're trying to incriminate (person x). you could have added a number to your phone book that was not person x's number under person x's name, or added a number to your contacts and set the name as person x's number.

    the best way would be by having the phone physically but obviously you don't want your phone to be confiscated as evidence...
     
  7. mshepp

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    In the Market, download PrinterShare Droid Print and see if that will do what you want. I think it is limited to GMail, but also does Google Docs, photos, contracts, agenda, sms/mms, call log and web pages. Try the free version and if it works for a few bucks you can get the pro version.
     

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