Reasons for Printing Text Messages from Your Android Phone & Table

  • 1. You always purchase and replace your cellphone from time to time, and need to output the text messages from the cellphone regularly so that they can follow with you regardless of the replacement of your devices.
  • 2. You’ve come across some annoying data losses and lost a lot of precious text messages before. And in case the terrible thing happens again you want to export the text messages every now and then to keep them safe.
  • 3. You need to output some certain text messages as clues or evidences in some contentious stuff.

How to Export & Print Text Messages from Android Device?

No matter what the reason is, firstly you must know that text messages are not easy to be printed out from your Android phone because they are saved as special format. And in general, to access to such special data you may need to a proper authority – in other word, you need to get the root authority of your Android phone. Even you’ve succeeded in doing this, you still need to know how to convert these data to a readable format.

However, if you can choose a powerful tool to help, the whole thing will be quite simple. FoneLab for Android is just such a program which can help you export the text messages from the Android smartphone, Recover Lost Snapchat Messages and Recover Deleted Photos on Android. Moreover, it can let you not only output the existing text messages, but also output those files which have been deleted. So you can use this program to recover the lost text messages from your Android phone as well.

Steps to Export Text Messages from Android with FoneLab for Android

Step 1: Download FoneLab for Android on computer

Download FoneLab for Android from the Internet, and then install it on computer. After that, run the program, and then you will see its beautiful but simple interface, which makes you easier to use.

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Step 2: Connect your Android phone to computer via USB cable

Connect your Android phone with USB cable to the computer. Before that, you may have to enable the USB debugging:

To Android 2.3 or earlier, go to “Settings”->”Applications” on your smartphone, then click “Development” and then tick “USB debugging”.
To Android 3.0 to 4.1, Go to “Settings” on the phone -> tap “Development options”->open the “USB debugging”.
To Android 4.2 or later, go to “Settings”, and then click “Build number” for several times, and then you will see “Developer Options” has been added to the “Setting” screen. Go to “Development Options” and then enable the USB debugging there.

After opening the USB debugging, FoneLab for Android can have enough authority to manage the data on your smartphone. And after your cellphone has been connected to the computer, it will be identified quickly by the program.

Step 3: Export text messages from cellphone

Now select text messages, you can also select some other kinds of data such as contacts, photos and so on. Then click “Next” and Wondershare FoneLab for Android will search and find out all text messages including those have been deleted on your cellphone. After that, you will see all text messages have been listed in the primary window by different colors. Just choose all the text messages you want and then click “Recover” button to recover them to your computer.


Step 4: Print text messages from Android phone

After the steps above, you will find all the text messages have been exported and saved as HTML file and Excel report formats on your computer. To print them, just choose “Print” function and then you will get what you want conveniently.

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