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SMSSyncUp v0.6 Upload your sms to gmail
Mohitsapru has updated his SMSSync tool, which allows you to upload your SMS messages to your Gmail account. Definitely a great tool to back up your important SMS messages to a safe place and prevent any data loss.
Originally posted by mohitsapru
Update for v0.6
- 1. Added option to sync all folders
- 2. Added option to delete messages older than specified date after sync.
NOTE: Deletion part is still undergoing tests, works well but still in case you have some important messages… keep a backup. All these settings also will be applied to scheduled runs. The messages already synced wont be synced again, in case you want to sync those also plz delete id.txt from installation folder.
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