How to transfer your SMS from your Mobile to PC?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by zzyjetty003, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. zzyjetty003

    zzyjetty003 Guest

    How to transfer SMS from your T-Mobile to PC?

    SMS backup to computer for windows mobile
    windows mobile 5&6 sms backup apllication
    Couple days ago, I stumbled aross Godsw's website and found sms
    tranfer2.0 is pretty helpful, with txt messages save to pc ability,you
    can easily handle sms transfer problem.
    Key Features:
    * Transfer your SMS Messages into txt file format and save onto your
    * Restore SMS Messages from a sms backup file
    * Support customized transfer
    * Support unlimited SMS and contacts backup/restore.
    * Transfer SMS messages into a txt file
    * Fast backup and restore speed
    * Easy to use
    You can get an extra discount of 10% for purchasing and purchasing
    program donates to software wikipedia site

    'GodswMobile SMS Converter - software wikipedia'

    Enjoy it!
    zzyjetty003, Nov 4, 2009
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  2. How about being reported for SPAM? Does you rpost have todo anything with
    helping WindowsVista customers?

    Butit has everything todo with promoting your little crapware for which you
    ge tpaid.
    STAN STARINSKI, Nov 4, 2009
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  3. zzyjetty003

    Alias Guest

    Something is wrong with your T key. I hope it's a laptop.

    Alias, Nov 4, 2009
  4. Goto these Newsgroups & post Wanted ad there:

    comp.sys.laptops, uk.comp.sys.laptops,,,,,,,,

    One of the best are:

    You may find more Newsgroups.
    This thing called Usenet/newsgroups is probbaly older than you, the kids
    today are not aware but if it wasn't for Newsgroups I'd be in megatrouble
    selling on Ebay.

    You need a real Newsreader for it like good old OutlookExpress or
    WindowsVista's "Windowsmail" or Thunderbird, finally - your Internet
    provider should offer
    Newsgroups server (NNTP protocol). HOWEVER recently IS's been dropping NNTP
    in order to force customers to pay for it to thrid-parties, as it doesn't
    make them profit.
    HOWEVER the good news now Google took over & NNTP service from your ISP is
    not longer a hard requirement, though it's still would be best if you get

    What is now possible is:
    Many people started using Google to post on Newsgorups - goto
    & from
    top menu which says "more" click & select "GROUPS".
    All you need is an email address to register and yoiu can post all over the
    world as if it were a real NNTP, if you SPAM you get reported to where youre
    email domain is, if you persist & use fantom "drive-by-night" addresses e.g.
    @yahoo, your IP will be tracked and you'll suffer consequences.

    But the problem with Google is it's using Web interface and frankly it's a
    way to access Newsgroups, its purpose is trictly to help peopel whose ISP's
    dropped NNTP service.
    But at least it's free!!!!
    Yes nowadays you also see lots of spam on NNTP/USenet Newsgroups,
    nevertheless it works for me.
    Just make sure to use a NON-primary email address because you yourself may
    receiving spam as a result of posting on public forums with a valid email
    which Google seems to require (unlike true NNTP where everyone is using fake
    addresses unless they want personal responses to reach tem instead of a
    public Group).
    I found great people there, I've traded on 'forsale" newsgroups since 1994
    (and as of today it's 15+ YEARS!!!), and I hope Usenet lives on.
    STAN STARINSKI, Nov 4, 2009
  5. Something is wrong with your brain. This is the Vista forum and you are
    trying to shove Ubuntu towards everyone. HA HA HA HA HA
    Kevin SmallBone, Nov 4, 2009
  6. zzyjetty003

    zzyjetty003 Guest

    My Best choice and I recommend 3GMobile SMS+Contacts Backup t
    'SMS + Contacts Backup Tool for Windows Mobile
    zzyjetty003, Jan 26, 2010
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