Transfer iPhone SMS to Text File (TXT, CSV, HTML, PDF)

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Transfer iPhone SMS to Text File (TXT, CSV, HTML, PDF)

Postby Extegst » Mon May 13, 2013 8:24 am

Transfer iPhone SMS to Text File (TXT, CSV, HTML, PDF)

Have important SMS MMS messages on your iPhone and want to transfer iPhone SMS to Text File onto computer for backup? Backuptrans iPhone SMS + MMS Extractor is the best choice which lets you do it in just a few easy steps. It offers a convenient solution for all iPhone users to transfer and backup iPhone SMS MMS Messages to computer. It lest you fast save iPhone SMS to Text file including TXT, CSV, HTML, PDF. Additionally, you can also choose to transfer all iPhone SMS MMS messages to file or just export the SMS & MMS with a certain contact. No other iPhone utility softtware does more.

Features:
1 Backup iPhone SMS MMS Messages to computer
2 Extract photo video audio etc attachments in MMS to computer
3 Transfer SMS & MMS from iPhone to TXT, CSV, HTML or PDF file
4 Export SMS & MMS from iTunes Backup without iPhone connected
5 Print iPhone SMS and MMS messages in conversations
6 iMessage supported also
7 Supports latest iOS 6 and iPhone 5

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Read more: http://www.backuptrans.com/iphone-sms-mms-extractor.html
For Mac http://www.backuptrans.com/iphone-sms-mms-extractor-for-mac.html

Tutorial: How to export iPhone SMS & MMS to PDF, CSV, TXT or HTML

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Re: Transfer iPhone SMS to Text File (TXT, CSV, HTML, PDF)

Postby Extegst » Mon May 13, 2013 8:24 am

Easy to use.
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Re: Transfer iPhone SMS to Text File (TXT, CSV, HTML, PDF)

Postby Katchdun » Fri May 24, 2013 6:56 am

You can just copy the files from the iPod through Windows Explorer. None of the songs will have file names that make sense, or you can try iPhone to iTunes transfer app. It'll just be a Hex string. No worries. Put the files in the Automatically Add to iTunes folder. Open iTunes. If it shows it's pulling in files, wait until it's done. If it doesn't show it's pulling anything in after a minute or two, or after it's done pulling in the songs, restart iTunes. Wait until any other songs are pulled in.
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