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Have you ever wished you could read your Android messages on your computer? Well, now you can! With a bit of setup, you can have all your Android messages sent to your computer, where you can read them at your leisure. Here’s how to do it.

Text messaging is vital to mobile communication, but many people only use their phones for calls, texting, and voice messages. If you have an Android device, you might wonder how to read your messages without a dedicated app. Most people know you can access their text messages on your computer. Still, they don’t realize there’s a simple way to get at them. Fortunately, Android has a built-in feature allowing you to view text messages on your PC.

Most people send text messages and receive notifications via their phones. But if you own an Android smartphone, you can read some of your texts on your computer using an Android SMS Viewer application. It woAndroid SMS Viewer application, allowing you to read text messages in a web browser without using an app. It’s also possible to get your voicemails and missed calls onto your computer, but  you’ll need an alternative app like Skype or Google Voice.

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How to Read Android Messages on Your Computer

‘You’ll need to download the You’llger app for Android to get started. Once you’ve installed it, open the app and look for the button with a blue arrow pointing to the left.

  • Click on the button, then scroll down to find “Access messages. And then you want to view it, then click “Read.”
  • You should see a pop-up window appear with your message. Click on “Open.”
  • When you’re done, hit the back button, and you should be back in the app.

Tips for Android Messages

To get started, open your Android app. Go to Settings and then select More. Scroll down to the bottom and tap SMS and MMS. Scroll down again and tap All apps with access to the contents of your messages. Tap the text messaging app you want to use. That’s it. You’re all set. Now you can view your text messages on your PC or Mac, no matter where you are.

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How to Backup Android Messages

If you’re the kind of person who doesn’t mind your don’ts, you can save yourself a lot of trouble by backing up your Android messages. To do so, launch the Settings app and then scroll down to Messaging. From here, tap “Backup SMS/MMS” and follow the steps. You’ll need an Android device with the correct software installed to back up your text messages, which is pretty much every Android phone released in the last five years. The problem with this solution is that it requires you to manually back up your messages, which isn’t always convenient.

It also doesn’t provide any security or privacy benefits, and it will probably not work for messages sent through a third-party messaging app like WhatsApp. But if you don’t mind the inconvenience, it’s a simple way to back up your notes on Android.

Way to back up our text messages SMS on an Android device?

With the latest update of Android, it’s now possible to access your text messages by visiting Settings, Backup & Reset. From there, you’ll see a button that says Back up SMS, and a drop-down menu that lets you select All, Contacts, or Drafts. Select All, and a window will pop up with your text messages organized into folders. Select the folder you want to view, and a message will appear telling you you’re about to export your text messages. You can also open the file on your computer by clicking on Open.

Frequently Asked Questions Android Messages

Q: How does Read Your Android Messages work?

A: It is a free app allowing you to view text messages on your PC using your phone number.

Q: Is it safe to use this app?

A: Yes, your personal information is not accessed or shared. We access messages you have already sent from your phone to your computer.

Q: Can I install it on my Mac?

A: Yes, you can use this app on a Mac, but it is not currently available in the Mac App Store.

Q: How does it work?

A: You must connect the Android phone to your computer via a USB cable. Once the phone is plugged into the computer, open the “File Explorer” (Windows 7) or “Go” (Mac OSX) window, then go to your phone’s SD card. Find the file named “AndroidMessages.txt”, right-click on it, then select “Open With” and choose “Notepad.”

Q: How can I get the app on my Mac?

A: Contact us to request the app be added to the Mac App Store.

Top 5 Myths About Android Messages

1. My Android phone cannot be read from my PC or laptop.

2. I must use a unique app to read Android messages on a PC.

3. I need to download this app for free from Google Play.

4. The Android app for reading SMS and MMS on a PC is incompatible with any device, including Android.

5. There is no way to transfer SMS and MMS between Android and PC.


Android Messages uses the Google Cloud Messaging protocol to text your phone. With Android Messages, you can now read your SMS messages on your computer. This means you can read them without installing anything on your phone. This is a huge step forward for Android users who want a way to keep their message history and messages on their computers.