Works great! Thanks! Just used this app on Nexus 6 with Android 5.0. No crashes. Worked perfectly. The iPhone SMS database that you import comes from your iPhone backup, so you must make sure that backup is NOT encrypted. Forgetting to do this might be what makes iSMS2droid crash for other users.
(Mostly) Got the job done This (along with companion app 'SMS Backup & Restore) did help move my messages but it did not carry over emotes nor MMS(pictures/videos) messages. Though, the MMS message transfer issue may or may not be related to this app, as I don't seem to be able to view the original MMS messages on my old iPhone either (although it still shows that an image/video was sent/received, unlike the "transfered" MMS messages on my android).
Doesn't Work This app crashes constantly. Doesn't work at all. Don't bother downloading.. total time waster.
Not Working The app crashed in my Galaxy Note 3. Uninstalled and reinstalled but still failed.
Frustrated ex Apple customer! Fantastic. All my messages since 2010 from my i phone are on my new Galaxy S4. It took me all day because it's all new to me. Had to do so many searches to begin learning - like finding out how to turn on USB debugging for example. And my Mac wouldn't recognise the S4, so the whole process became more and more long winded. But step by miserable step I got closer, and finally it all worked, and it didn't crash. They really are all there, but without emoticons or pictures. That's a shame but I'm delighted to have my history come with me. Thank you.
very nice, but doesn't transfer attachments for me I was able to follow all the steps with no problem, and the program is quite efficient, converting over 10,000 messages in under a minute. But the xml file that was generated was missing the attachments (mainly photos, but also other types of attachment). It's easy to tell that they're missing, because the output file is way too small, plus you can edit it and see that they're not there. I'm currently on iOS 8.1.2 on my iPhone, and maybe the attachments aren't in the database file used by iSMS2droid - in fact it seems too small to contain all of the photos that are in all of my message history. But it's four times larger than the xml file generated by iSMS2droid, which isn't necessarily a problem, but it sure doesn't contain everything I want. So it's hard for me to tell what's going on, but, in any case, I don't get any of the attachments, so it's not totally useful for me. Incidentally, I don't allow anything to be stored in iCloud, so I know that the problem isn't that some of my phone's content is not on the phone. Anyway, it's a good effort, and if it works for you, it can save you a real headache in trying to migrate from iPhone to Android.
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* updated to work with iOS 6 databases (probably also iMessage, can't test)
* fixed wrong time offset
* fixed message type (sent/received)
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