How can I transfer my mobile received sms to other mobile number?


our network is GSM, how can I transfer my mobile sms to other mobile number?

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If you want to transfer your iPhone received sms to other place, you can use an iPhone transfer  tool to help you.

iPhone/iPad/iPod to computer Transfer is a user friendly iPad/iPod/iPhone tool designed to help you transfer all your files from your iPod, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your computer or iTunes easily, including photo, songs, videos and playlist and more.  The program allows you to back up and restore all of your iPod, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch content like your favorite songs, videos, photos, play lists and more.

If you have any iPod, iPad or iPhone device, this software is an essential utility to keep your iPod, iPad or iPhone protected. 

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Cucusoft iPhone Tool Kits is a utility designed to help you back up all your files on your iPhone, so that you can recover any lost or missing songs, videos, books, photos and so on.

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Hi. Here are a few links to backup programs for sms for you to shortlist:

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You can find another professional tool to transfer sms from one mobile to the other mobile phone directly, such as Mobile transfer. Served as an iPhone transfer, iPod transfer and iPad transfer, android transfer, Mobile transfer is an all-inclusive transfer that can transfer all files between your android phone and Apple devices, for sharing files to the full extent.

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I think it's easy to transfer sms between mobile phone, some many tool can help you, I like this mobile transfer, it support transfer files including music, app, contacts,sms and more between android phone, iOS devices, so powerful, for me it is a boon.

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You can simply download a program called Android iPhone SMS Transfer + to help. It lets you transfer messages between iPhone and Android directly on computer.   Easy to use.


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