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  1. There are two main reasons why we need to transfer text messages to computer. You have memorable text messages received from your lover, your friends or your families and you wish to keep them forever. The other reason for transferring SMS to computer is for future records before they clear their inbox or outbox. Now i'll guide you <edited> with <edited>. Edited Step 1:Connect Android Phone to pc The first thing you need to do is to download and install the <edited> on your pc and launch it. The next is connect your Android phone to pc via usb cable. Your device will appear on the screen. The manager would recognise your android device automatically. Notice: If this is the first time you connect android phone to the problem on computer, you should enable USB debugging first, and install a USB driver on your computer, then the app would detect your android phone automatically. Step 2:Select sms and Start Export You can find many icon on the left, find "Contacts" and click it, all then go to "SMS", then all sms on your android phone will be listed on the right. Then select and check you want to transfer, at last click "Export" to start the work. That's all!
  2. I have a problem. If have a dual boot system with windows and opensuse leap 42.1. I know you can set up an image of your hard drive and set up windows pe to boot off a usb flash drive and copy your whole windows partition (including your mbr, partition table and boot record). Is there a way of imaging both my windows partition and my linux partition (including mbr, partition table, boot records and grub2), booting off a flash drive and restoring my dual boot so both partitions are both exactly the way they were when I last backed them up and I can still boot into either os?
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