“I use a Galaxy S2 and now have lots of important text messages on my phone. I want to save them to my PC for future reference. Is it possible? Any help would be appreciated.”
Own a Samsung Galaxy S2, and send and receive text messages with it frequently, you may think about transferring your important messages to computer for future use. Here is a great solution. Jihosoft Android SMS Transfer is a smart Android SMS backup tool for Samsung Galaxy S2. By using it, you can transfer Samsung Galaxy S II SMS to PC with ease.
Step by Step Guide to Transfer and Backup Samsung Galaxy S2 SMS
Note: Here we talks about backup Samsung Galaxy S2 SMS to PC. If you need to save SMS from Galaxy S2 to Mac, please get Jihosoft Android SMS to Mac Transfer.
Step 1: Download Jihosoft Android SMS Backup
Click the “Free Download” button to get the free trial version of this Samsung Galaxy S2 SMS Backup. Decompress the zip file, and then double-click the JihosoftAndroidSMSTransfer2.1.exe file to install the software on your computer.
Step 2: Connect Samsung Galaxy S2 to Computer via Wifi
Now connect your Galaxy S2 by Wifi. Transfer and install the JihoSMSTransfer.apk file into the phone. Run it to obtain the IP of Galaxy S2. Then run this Android SMS Backup on computer, click “Connect” – “Connect by Wifi” to input the IP of Samsung Galaxy S2.
Tip: Jihosoft Android SMS Transfer offers two connection modes. Also, you can connect your Samsung Galaxy S2 to computer via USB cable. Remember to enable USB mass storage mode on the phone.
Step 3: Backup SMS on Samsung Galaxy S2 to Computer
Once your Galaxy S2 has been detected, under the “Transfer & Restore” menu, click the “Load from Phone” to copy Samsung Galaxy S2 SMS to PC. Finally click “Backup”, your Galaxy S2 messages will be saved to computer as .ApexBackDB file.
Learn More about Jihosoft Android SMS Transfer
More than backup SMS from Samsung Galaxy S2 to computer, this software also transfer and backup SMS from more Android phones to computer, including Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Nexus, HTC One, HTC Desire, HTC Wildfire, HTC Sensation, HTC EVO, Sony Xperia, LG Optimus, Motorola Droid, Huawei Ascend, and more.