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Support Saving messages to external storage?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Auss, Sep 22, 2011.

  1. Auss

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    Hi there,
    I wonder if anyone knows its possible to save a message thread to any external source, or even SD card before I delete them...

    The reason I want to delete them, is because it may solve my problem that I have in replying to them. The problem is that I recieve a text from my girlfriend, who is overseas, and I need to reply, after which I get the message, "cannot send the message" so I need to call up message, and forward it to here, which is a total pain...

    I read in another thread that this may be solvable by deleting the thread and re-entering her number, either in the 0011 format, or in the +XX format.

    But i wish to keep the thread stored as there are some raunchy and funny convos amongst it :p

    Thanks for any assistance anyone may be able to offer.:)
     

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  2. Hadron

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    Don't know about saving individual threads, but SMS Backup+ can back your messages up to a mailbox in your gmail account if that helps.
     
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    Works a treat! Thanks hadron, now i shall try and fix the first issue...
     
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    also go sms can backup your messages to sd card.
     
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