orb3000 · Feb 15, 2010 at 12:37 pm

Export-Studio V3.1

Cyclonezephyrxz7 created a great application: a very useful and free alternative to those expensive contact backup applications. It will backup and export your contacts and SMS messages.

This program includes:

  • A super-simple, lightweight GUI
  • The Ability to backup Contacts and SMS
  • Three modes of exporting: TXT and CSV and VCF
  • A comand-line based version of the GUI program

To use:

  • First, run the app and you will see 3 areas : What you want to output, the output format, and the folder to write to.
  • Select what you want to ouput
  • Make sure to ONLY PUT THE FOLDER in the folder text box, or you will get errors or weird results…
  • Once set up, click export, and the application will do its thing!
  • If you want to use the command-line feature, then just run the same EXE as for the GUI with parameters afterwards (see documentation)

Continue on to the application thread.


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