How to Transfer Text Messages from iPhone 7 to Computer

Having a bunch of text messages that are hard to save and manage them on a small screen mobile phone? Have you ever considered that you may transfer all the SMS from iPhone to your computer? iTunes won’t allow you to backup messages, hence you need an iOS SMS manager to copy those SMS from iPhone to PC.

iOS Transfer, the solution to transfer iPhone messages to computer for you to manage and merge all the text messages in once. iOS Transfer allows you to make a copy of messages on your iPhone 7 Plus or 6s Plus, so that you can backup as xml or txt files in case of accidental deletion or loss. If you’re still struggling to download iPhone messages to PC, you should follow the guide below.

iOS Transfer – SMS solution for iPhone to PC

iOS Transfer is specified designed to sync and transfer SMS between iPhone, iPad and iTunes. It’s also capable of transferring other media files from iPhone to Computer. Click to download them below.

Step 1 Prepare the tool and iPhone
First of all, you will need a PC with iTunes installed, an iPhone and a USB cable.
Install the iPhone SMS Transfer like other software. Meanwhile, connect iPhone to computer with USB cable. The primary interface should display your iPhone model on the screen right away like the demo below.

iPhone SMS Transfer

Note: Make sure that the USB cables are well connected and your iPhone should be well charged.

Step 2 Copy iPhone text messages to computer
On the top line of the main window, choose Information tab. Therefore, all the messages on your iPhone 7 will be shown and listed. Tick the messages you desire to be copied to computer. Click Export > Export to PC.

Transfer iPhone SMS to Computer

Here brings a new window for you to choose the path on your PC to save the iPhone SMS. Choose the store place and file format between .xml or .txt. The program will begin the process and finish in one minute.

iOS Transfer also supports videos transferring, contacts syncing and photo copying on iPhone. You may get the latest copy below.

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