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  1. johnmyers

    johnmyers New Member

    Hi all

    I need help/advice to transfer my text messages from my old htc wildfire to my new samsung galaxy II or to my pc. Ive saved my contacts to sim but cant see a tab to do this with texts.

    ive tried to log onto the android market but i get the following message "cant establish a reliable data connection to server" even when ive connected to WIFI at home.

    I really need to keep these messages so any help/advice is greatly appreciated.

    Cheers

    John

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  2. samrox144

    samrox144 Disabled

    1> for sms

    use the below guides transfer msg's

    Transfer SMS to Samsung Galaxy S2 android from other phone | PRLog

    SMS Backup & Restore - Android Stuff

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestore&hl=en

    2.
    >you should add a gmail account in the phone
    >and background data in settings>accounts & sync should be enabled
  3. johnmyers

    johnmyers New Member

    cheers samrox will give it a go.

    I do have a gmail account but my phone wont connect

    thanks again
  4. jamieellis

    jamieellis New Member

    There's different ways on which you can transfer data from phone to phone. The first one and easiest one is through bluetooth. You must first on the bluetooth of both device. Then select the files you want to transfer. Select the name of device (this is where you transfer your files). Upon transferring you must tap accept on the second device. You will see notifications when the transfer is finish. The second is first transfer it to a pc then from pc transfer it to your second device. Hope this will help.
  5. CharlesFatsa

    CharlesFatsa New Member

    Last edited: Jul 10, 2015
    #5
  6. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    No, but you just back up with any of the vast number of SMS backup apps, copy the backup, then restore it on the new phone. See post #2. There's nothing to it, and no need to pay money.
  7. KateSunshine

    KateSunshine New Member

    There are various ways of transferring files between mobile phones. Sync mobile phone files with Gmail is one the free and easy ways to share files between mobile phones. Or you can use phone to phone data transfer tools to do the data switch.
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  8. Lazy django

    Lazy django New Member

  9. Adsswyt

    Adsswyt New Member

    Last edited: Jul 28, 2015
    #9
  10. Xkoiul

    Xkoiul New Member

    Download SMS Backup & Restore App. Install it on your phone. Open the app and click on BACKUP button, it will store your SMS on your SD card. Or you can backup Android SMS to PC with this solution.
    Last edited: Aug 23, 2015
    #10

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