“Hey, I am going to change my Vivid to the new HTC One X. I have many important messages on the Vivid. Is there a way to easily transfer my SMS to the new Android phone? Any help would be greatly appreciated.”
To transfer SMS from Android to Android, here Jihosoft Android SMS Transfer is highly recommended. It is a professional as well as simple-to-use tool that allows you copy SMS from Android to Android within few simple clicks. More than a SMS transfer tool, it also lets you export Android messages to document files and manage Android SMS on computer as you needs.
Detail Steps on How to Transfer SMS from Android to Android
To get started, download and install this Android SMS Transfer software into your computer.
Step 1: Connect Your Old Android to Computer
Connect your old Android with computer via USB cable. Launch the program, click “File” then “Check Devices” to detect your old Android phone.
Step 2: Load SMS from Old Android Phone
Click the “Load From Phone” button to import SMS from your old Android phone to the program. All your messages will be presented to you as what you see in your phone.
Step 3: Backup Old Android SMS to Computer
Now click the “Backup” button to copy SMS from Android to computer. Your old Android SMS messages will be automatically save to computer in .ApexBackDB file.
Step 4: Connect New Phone Android to Computer
Disconnect your old Android and connect the new Android phone with computer. Click again on “Check Devices” to detect your new Android phone.
Step 5: Load Backup File and Transfer SMS from Android to Android
Click the “Load From Backup” to load the backup .ApexBackDB file to the software. Then click the “Sync to Phone” to transfer Android SMS to new phone Android. When it is done, you will see your old Android SMS in the new Android’s mailbox.
More Information of Jihosoft Android SMS Transfer
This powerful Android SMS Transfer tool supported all popular Android phones and tablets, including Samsung Galaxy S3/S4, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Y, Galaxy Nexus, HTC One, HTC Desire, HTC Wildfire, HTC Sensation, Sony Xperia, LG Optimus, Motorola Droid, Huawei Ascend, and more.