Thanks! Thanks for making this very handy app - it's exactly what I was after! It allows you to quickly back up all of your texts and/or call logs (or you can do this for specific numbers, if you want) and share them in a number of ways. I emailed them to myself and they can now be viewed as an html file in my browser. The app also seems to have an inbuilt tool to erase items after the backup but I haven't tried this yet.
Pretty Good App! * Please fix. Only wish that the final captured report of a text conversation were "cleaner" and that all attached pictures were able to be opened. You can select to retrieve one sms convo out of all on your phone, nice feature. **must run and email the report Often as most phones and email pretend have a limit on the MB It can support/attach.
Excellent! This was just what I was looking for. I have two small issues that keep it from a five star. First of all, when I export more than one number, the messages are orginized by date/time and I would rather by contact/thread. I can get around this by saving each one individually but wish there was an option to change the sorting preference. The second issue is where the application stores the files when done. I was able to find it, but it was not easy or intuitive. It was under Phone\Android\data\net.ugorji.android.conversationbackup. Any way to store it under its own file? Other than that, great app!
FINALLY! An app that reliably backs up MMS AND attachments, has a bundled viewer and enables you to save the file via email, cloud, etc. Good support, works every time. I've tried many apps, free & paid.. all had issues or limited function. This one works. Samsung Galaxy4
Confused Once stuff saved where do I go to get it? This cell same as old cell that fell into pool a month ago. Old cell went to Gmail automatically, didn't have to do a thing. Could go to email and read as conversation with each person. I have a stalker the Police told me to save my texts. Please Help
Just what I was looking for! Being a newbie to txting I don't know all the ins and outs or secret handshakes to get data off a chipset to paper. I was recently introduced to WhatsApp for web txting and like its download capability. Over the weekend I wanted to download a convo from my cell and found I couldn't get there from here. Off to search in cyberspace and found "Conversation Backup" and this great little app did EXACTLY what I wanted. Gave me all my txt messages & media in a handy zip file with my txts in table format. Couldn't get it to open the first time (probably something I didn't do quite rite), but tried it again and everything worked just perfectly. The thing I liked best is that once it was installed it was ready to go with very little "How does this app work" confusion. Have to admit I have not tried to manipulate the data in the native app. I copied the table into word, formatted it the way I wanted it and sorted it by convo and now I have what I wanted - a print copy of a fun txt exchange. I initally installed this app for fun but can see where this little gem of an app will have important uses down the road. I have to thank Ugorji Nwoke for his development of this handy tool!
- Fixed issue with inability to open up some zip files, caused by an underlying Java bug (http://bugs.sun.com/view_bug.do?bug_id=4244499) and historically poor unicode support in zip.
- Allow sending archive via different sharing modes (bluetooth, email, online storage e.g. google drive, etc)