Text messages have always been a crucial part of our mobile life. We communicate with our friends, family members, clients, colleagues via messages. For every single person there are some precious SMS stored on phone. We need to backup these valuable messages. There should be an effective way to help us go out of the problem. The backup procedure cannot be too sophisticated for we don’t have enough knowledge to understand peculiar phrases. To meet this special demand, Apex Studio developed AST Android SMS transfer to let us backup text messages painlessly. It even provides a convenient way to backup SMS to PC and manage them on a bigger screen. To explain the procedure more clearly, we take Samsung Galaxy S III as an example. Now let’s focus on the guide on how to get the job done.

How to backup Samsung Galaxy S III text messages to computer?

To get started, download the latest version of AST Android SMS transfer from its official site, install it on PC and Samsung Galaxy S III separately.

Step 1, Backup text messages

Go to the customer UI, hit the icon of AST Android SMS Backup App to launch it. You press Backup SMS to backup the text messages.

Backup Samsung Galaxy S III text messages to PC with Android SMS transfer

Step 2, Restore text messages

And also it is very convenient to restore the backup SMS to your android devices. Just click Restore SMS, you will get the backup SMS to the mobile.

Backup Samsung Galaxy S III text messages to PC with Android SMS transfer

Step 3, Manage SMS on PC

Connect your Galaxy S3 to the PC via USB cable and copy the backup SMS file to computer. Then open AST Android SMS transfer on PC. Click File to import the backup SMS file to AST Android SMS transfer. Now you can edit, delete, export, print out messages easily.

Backup Samsung Galaxy S III text messages to PC with Android SMS transfer

Do you have some important text messages and want to transfer text messages from Samsung Galaxy S3 to PC? Android SMS Transfer is strongly recommended. Try the software on your Samsung Galaxy S III.