Just what I needed I am transferring from Samsung Note 4 to Google Pixel XL and MMS was a missing link. I like how this app transfers them to gmail, which is a great long term searchable archive. Media was saved. I use the default android Messages. I wish the date stamp was set correctly during mms/sms backup. Alternatively, the date could be added to email body like for calls. Another minor item is some mms subject lines in gmail have :null appended. Still, worth it and better than the other options I tried. Thanks!
Doesn't play well with Hangouts Did a backup, reset my phone, and restore...All messages show up in the default messaging app but doesn't update in Hangouts. Donated for effort and development. Couldn't get it to sign into GMail without using IMAP. Great effort, keep up the good work. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T hltetmo Dual Boot Jedi Elite 4.4.3 and CM-11.
Life saver! I do LOTS of business purely on my cell where I could go thru a day with hundreds of important texts and calls. How to keep a copy of all that? This is THE solution. An absolute essential to anyone with important cellphone activity that you need to keep records of. It does it all. SMS, MMS and calls.
Nice to have but... I like being able to back up my conversions to my Gmail account and not worry about when I switch phones, or auto removal of old texts, losing past chats. Two things that make this a 4 instead of a 5: 1. It doesn't maintain timestamps of actual sms / mms that are backed up, timestamps are replaced with date/time of backup; 2. Auto backup doesn't work. I have to manually backup every day or two. Overall though, nice app to have.
MMS are not backed up properly Works great except for MMS messages. Only the text of the message (if any) is backed up, the media content is not. I would expect that to appear as an attachment, no? Also, would agree that only allowing backup to Gmail is rather limiting.
Does what it says, but slowly Worked for me exactly as advertised. Backed up and restored my calllog, sms and mms. There are a few issues with this though. First, it's dog slow if you have a lot of items to restore. Being connected to wifi doesn't help one bit. Second, if the connection is interrupted, it doesn't reconnect or indicate that it stopped but it does resume where it left off at. Which leads to the next issue, if you leave the application, you lose the visual status of it running however it runs in the background. Impro
1). Fix several bugs;