The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was the world’s first phone to run Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich and now just under a year later it’s the first phone to run Android 4.1: Jelly Bean. It’s an upgrade that keeps it as relevant as ever and we’ve updated our review to reflect the changes.
There are some gadgets in geek-world that are announced and we just could not wait to touch. The Nokia N95, the original iPhone, the T-Mobile G1 and Palm’s first Pre.
The Galaxy Nexus fitted firmly in that category back when we first reviewed it and in many ways, coming back to it now, it still does.
How to backup sms in Galaxy Nexus?
AST Android SMS Transfer Offer a easy solution for Galaxy Nexus users to backup text messages.
Step by step on how to backup sms in Galaxy Nexus?
1,Download this Android sms backup tool, and install a small android application(.apk) on Galaxy Nexus.
2,Click to open this sms backup app in Galaxy Nexus.
Note, the free trial version is only support ten messages to be backuped.
3, Click “backup SMS” to backup text messages to a db. file.
4, Now finished backuping sms in Galaxy Nexus. The backup file(.db) is in a folder named “SmsBackup”.
Tip, with the android sms transfer pc/mac version, the backuped sms could be viewed, edited, printed, also could be restored to any other android phone with this android sms transfer “sms backup/restore” app.