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    philboogie wrote: »
    Just buy iExplorer and export your SMS messages. Problem solved.

    And how to import them onto my new iPhone, with its freshly installed OS? Can iExplorer do that as well?

    Surely SMS messages are saved in your backup?
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    philboogiephilboogie Posts: 7,498member
    Surely SMS messages are saved in your backup?

    Yes. But how to get them back into the app if one were to cleanly install iOS as a new installation, as opposed to restoring from backup, in order to remove any and all bits that may have gone pear-shaped?
  • Reply 183 of 184
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    Surely SMS messages are saved in your backup?




    Yes. But how to get them back into the app if one were to cleanly install iOS as a new installation, as opposed to restoring from backup, in order to remove any and all bits that may have gone pear-shaped?

     

    I don't know the tech side, but I would have thought that if you did a clean install followed by a restore from backup, that would help, but maybe not.

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