SMS Backups: How to Save Text Messages
SMS Backups: How to Save Text Messages. Free mobile software called SMS Backup & Restore makes it simple to backup text messages to your Android phone. You can save notes on the device, your computer, your email, or online storage service with these steps:
First, download SMS Backup and Restore from Google Play Store and launch the app.
In the main menu, tap Backup Setup to get started.
Next, move the sliders with messages and phone calls to the on position to back them up.
Tap Advanced Options to customize what is backed up. Then, select the conversation and indicate whether to include emojis or MMS messages, such as photos and videos. When finished, select Next.
Restore app screens for SMS backup and Android Backup.
Choose where you want the Backup to be saved (Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive), then choose Configure for the option you wish to use.
Select the login to connect your phone to your online account. Next, choose how long you want to save the messages on the configuration screen. If you are backing up more than one service or location, repeat this step for each option. Tap Save.
Select how many times you want to schedule backups and then select Backup Now.
Restore SMS backup and app configuration.
SMS backup and restore is not your only option. You can use other popular apps to back up your text messages, including FonePaw Android Data Recovery, MobiKin Doctor for Android, and Dr Fone.
How To Backup Text Messages On iPhone
iPhone users have access to iCloud, which you can use to back up text messages and other data on your phone. Here’s how to enable text message backup in iCloud:
First, go to settings on iPhone.
Tap the arrow next to your name.
Turn on messages by moving the slider to the on / green position.
iCloud settings are enabled on iPhone with notes.
How to Backup Text Messages in iTunes
Apple removes iTunes in macOS Catalina (10.15). However, if you still run iTunes on older versions of the operating system, you can back up your iPhone SMS messages to your Mac via iTunes.
Connect your iPhone to your processer using the table with iPhone. Then, open iTunes on your Mac automatically. If not, open it manually.
Unlock your iPhone when it stimuli you to do so.
You should see an iPhone summary screen. If iTunes opens on the iTunes Store screen instead, look for the iPhone icon at the bottom and right of the play button. To access the iPhone Summary screen, tap it.
iTunes has been featured on Mac with the iPhone icon.
If you have previously enabled automatic backups, your iPhone automatically syncs to the computer or iCloud via iTunes, depending on the option you select in the Backups section of the iPhone Summary screen.
If you haven’t activated Auto Backup in iTunes and wish to do so, go to the Backup section and pick iCloud or This Computer under Auto Backup. Then, in the Options section of the Summary screen, check the box next to Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected.
iTunes device screen with the heading “Auto Backup” highlighted.
If iTunes is not configured to automatically back up when the iPhone is connected, select Backup now. iTunes fully backs up the data on your phone, including your text messages. This process takes a few minutes.
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Highlighted Backup Now button with iTunes.
Using a third-party programme, you can backup text messages on iOS.
Try a third-party app if you want more control over backup text messages than iCloud or iTunes. Some third-party apps that get positive reviews for text message backup include PhoneRescue, Dr Fone, and Enigma Recovery. Here’s how to use Doctor Phone to back up text messages.
Download Doctor Phone for iPhone and install it on your computer (both Windows and Mac versions are available).
Dr. on your computer. Open the phone and select the Recover panel on the left side of the screen that opens.
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In the left panel, either Recover from iOS Device, Recover from iTunes Backup File, or Recover from iCloud Backup File. To back up messages saved on your phone, select Recover from an iOS device.
Dr Phone highlighted the recovery option from the iOS device.
Make sure the box with the data deleted from the device is marked at the top of the window, then uncheck the box with the data on the widget below.
Dr Phone highlighted the option “Current data on the device”.
You still have several options available at the top to recover deleted data from the device. To retrieve deleted text messages, make sure the Messages & Attachments check box is checked. Then, check or uncheck other packages, depending on whether you want to retrieve this data type.
Highlighted with Doctor Phone Messages and Attachments option.
In the lower right corner of the window, click Start Scan. Finally, a new window pops up, displaying the deleted text messages in chronological order. After this moment, Doctor Phone can continue collecting texts for a few minutes. The timer is shown in the app window’s top right corner.
With the start scan button, the doctor’s phone was highlighted.
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When Dr Phone is done, select the text messages you want to retrieve, and then choose Export to Mac (or a similar notification for your Windows computer) in the bottom right corner of the screen.