orb3000 · Jan 17, 2011 at 03:00 pm

Backup your SMS for Android

Heres another tool for making a back up of your SMS on Android, presented by XDA member kamma. The latest version is still on beta stage and some bugs are expected, but it is fullly usable. Some of the improvements are: Core rewritten, now supporting non HTC Sense ROM´s, UI changed, and deleted algorithm rewritten.
The developer mentions that backups from version 0.5 are not compatible with older versions and vice versa.
If you like the application, please leave feed back so future versions can be improved.

Originally posted by kamma
[APP]-[2011-01-13] – kAmMa’s BackupSMS for Android

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!!! This application is at the moment in BETA stage !!!
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The purpose of this application is to backup and restore SMSs in your Android device.

At this stage of project there are certainly some bugs, but application is fully usable.
I publish this beta version for reason of testing, so feel free to use it and send me a feedback.

Whats new:

v0.5
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– ATTENTION – from v0.5 backups are not compatible with older versions and vice versa
– core rewritten – now supports even not HTC Sense ROMs

v0.4
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– UI changed
– delete algorithm rewritten
– some bug-fixes

Continue to the application thread.


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