Question: Is there any way for HTC Wildfire to backup text messages?
I have a HTC Wildfire S and I text a lot. Some messages contain important information that I don’t want to lose. I am wondering if there any tool can transfer my important messages and backup SMS to my PC. Can anybody share an easier way?

Solution: Use AST Android SMS Transfer

To transfer SMS from HTC Wildfire to PC, AST Android SMS Backup could be your best assist. It is a simple but powerful Android app which can help you transfer and backup HTC Wildfire SMS to PC with ease. In addition, it enables you to view, edit, or print out your HTC Wildfire text messages freely. Now let’s see how this HTC Wildfire SMS Backup works:

Note: Here this article aims at HTC Wildfire SMS backup to PC. If you need transfer HTC Wildfire messages to Mac, please choose the Android SMS Transfer for Mac to do the backup.

Step 1: Download HTC Wildfire SMS Backup
Free download the latest version of Android SMS Transfer from its official site. Decompress it, you will see two folders: “PC Port” and “Phone Port”. Install the software separately on your HTC Wildfire phone and computer.

Step 2: Backup HTC Wildfire SMS to SD Card
Run this Android app on your HTC Wildfire. On the main interface, you will see two options: “Backup SMS” and “Restore SMS”. Here click the “Backup SMS”, your HTC Wildfire text messages will be saved to the SD card in .db file.

Transfer SMS from HTC Wildfire to PC

Step 3: Transfer HTC Wildfire SMS to PC
Connect your HTC Wildfire S phone to computer via USB or in other possible ways. Then copy and transfer SMS from HTC Wildfire to PC. Now your HTC Wildfire text messages have been successfully saved to PC.

Step 4: Manage HTC Wildfire SMS on PC
Run Android SMS Backup on your computer. Click “File” then “Import” to load the .db file into this software. Then you can view, edit, or print out your HTC Wildfire SMS messages.

Transfer SMS from HTC Wildfire to PC

HTC Wildfire Overview

Transfer SMS from HTC Wildfire to PC

The HTC Wildfire is a smart phone developed by the HTC Corporation, which is powered by a 528 MHz Qualcomm processor and runs the Android operating system, version 2.2. Aside from the standard Android features, HTC Wildfire also throws in some a few extra apps, such as its Twitter client, Peep, and its travel app, Footprints. The Wildfire includes an TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen and a 5-megapixel camera, which has been described as a “Mini HTC Desire”. Its multimedia capabilities are fairy standard. The built-in music and video player supports a number of audio and video codecs, such MP3, ACC, WAV, AMR, OGG, M4A, WMV, MP4, 3GP, etc.