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19 Jun 2012 admin In G+ Posts

                                         *HELP!*

Android Users – specifically ICS 4.04 – But I will take all ideas….

I need to forward an entire Text Message thread to an external email… as in forward an entire conversation – HOW ON EARTH CAN I DO THIS?

I have to admit sometimes Android makes me wonder a bit on some of the missing features…thou I am not sure any phone can actually do this?

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Comments: 9

  1. Nick Young-Soares 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    Something like http://bit.ly/KwKnKW seems like it should work. There are tons of SMS archiving apps to try.

  2. Darren Krusi 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    I've been using sms backup+ to move all my texts to my Gmail. Labels them as sms and can also back up your call log if you want to and restore to the phone as well.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zegoggles.smssync&feature=search_result

  3. Brent Burzycki 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    +Daniel Enloe thats not a good start….. I have tried an SMS backup program that sends all SMS to email – Well Gmail – but that is not the entire threaded conversation..

    Maybe +Eileen Rivera can help us out… or someone on the Android team?

  4. Nick Young-Soares 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    +Daniel Enloe ahh you are right it looks like the pro version removes the step of saving the text file then attaching it to an e-mail. It might let your just e-mail the text file directly.

    I have never used the app just looked like it might do what you are looking for.

  5. Sandra Parlow 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    Hell if I know! I just figured out joe to respond to messages in my iPhone !

  6. Brent Burzycki 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    SMS to Text pro seems to work…

    It just gives you a massive text dump but you can filter by contact before the export…

    Nice find…..

  7. Brent Burzycki 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    +Sandra Parlow and might not have figured out auto correct quite yet 🙂

  8. Sandra Parlow 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    That too!!! Bwaaaa haaaa haaaa!

  9. Brent Burzycki 19 Jun 2012 Reply

    Ok – now we need a feature request for SMS to Text Pro – Date Range Filtering…

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