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How to Transfer SMS from Android to Android

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

It seems impossible to transfer SMS from Android to Android since text messages are stored in the internal memory of the phone other than the SIM card and external SD card. Many users who move to a new Android may want their messages on the old Android migrate to the new phone together. What a pity if the old messages that carry their the sweet or funny conversations with family, spouse, and friends cannot move to the new Android. Don’t worry. Phone Transfer will help.

Phone Transfer is a handy tool designed to clone text messages between Android phones. You can copy SMS including contact’s name, phone number, sent and received time, and text contents from Android and export them to another Android within one click. You can download it down below and have a try.

Devices & Carriers: Samsung Galaxy, HTC One, LG, Sony, Google, Motorola, Lenovo, Mi, HUAWEI, and more. It's fully compatible with AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, etc. Carriers.
Phone Transfer – your professional text messages manager

Only 3 steps, you can get not only SMS, but also other files or data from one Android to another. Check the tutorial below to have it done.

Step 1 Connect Android Phones to PC
Install and run Phone Transfer on PC.
Select Phone to Phone Transfer mode.
Plug your Android phones to PC one by one.
Android SMS Transfer
Step 2 Select Text Messages to Copy
Select Text Messages in the middle box when both phones are connected and detected.
To remove previously stored SMS in the target Android device, select “Clear data before copy”.
Connect Android to SMS Transfer
Step 3 Clone and Ship Text Messages to New Android
Click the "Start Copy" button.
When the blue progress bar is full, select “OK”.
Copy SMS Between Android Phones
Congratulations! You have all the SMS messages transferred.

Also, you can back up these messages if you are afraid of accidental loss of them. Any other questions? Just let us know.

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