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Sometimes we do not mean to delete stuffs on our gadgets. But the fact is that we do it, accidentally or unconsciously. So we lose our text messages and MMS from our Android phone but have no idea of how to restore them. Emergency always happens. So precaution is necessary. Now we are going to elaborate on an easy method of Android SMS backup and restore, which allows you to copy and regain your messages on your Android device with the app called "SMS Backup & Restore".
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Step 1. Select Backup Folder
Step 2. Create New SMS Backup
Step 3. Restore Android SMS from Backup
Step 4. Start Restoring SMS from Android
Step 1. Select Backup Folder on Android Phone
Open SMS Backup & Restore on your Android phone. Then touch the key "BACKUP". Then, you can select a backup folder to store your SMS backup. Both default internal storage card and custom folder are available. And you can browse and select a folder. After that, hit "OK".
Step 2. Create New SMS Backup
First, you can name your SMS backup according to the modified date or anything else so that you can easily recognize the file. Then touch the key "OK" to start backing up. When backup is complete, tap the "CLOSE" to finish the process.
• You can backup data including MMS messages and emoji/special characters. However, to backup Text messages including emoji/special characters may result in the backup becoming unusable outside this app.
• You are allowed to selectively backup some of the messages only or backup all conversations with one click.
• You can upload the backup to Google Drive, Dropbox and Email. If not, you can save the local backup to your Android phone only. We recommend the former because you can download and regain your backup if one day your phone get lost or damaged.
With the SMS backup in your Android phone, you can restore your lost messages with ease. If your phone gets lost or damaged, you can download the backup from Google Drive, Dropbox, or Email.
Step 3. Restore Android Text Messages from Backup
Launch SMS Backup & Restore on your Android phone. Make sure that you have previously backed up your text message and saved the backup in your device. Then select the backup you want from the list.
Step 4. Start Text Messages Backup and Restore
Before restoring, you can set whether to restore MMS messages or not. And if you don't want the same messages, select "Do not restore duplicates". Besides, you can select to restore all messages or only messages sent/received since a certain date. After that, tap "OK". When restore is completed, press the button "CLOSE" to end the process.
Now you can check your text messages and MMS on the Message app. Sometimes the Message app can stop responding after restoring a lot of messages. In such cases, restart the phone and keep the messaging app open for a while. You can also click to know more about backup data on Android.