Downloading text messages from Samsung GT-B3410 using New PC Studio

By geneset ·
I need a 'walk-through' for transferring SMS text messages to my computer so that I can clear the SMS memory which is full without losing the messages.

I have at last found how to see the text messages on New PC Studio but when I attempt to transfer them it gives them file extensions .npf and/or .nef which I cannot read.

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I believe what you want is located in the Samsung New PC Studio

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to Downloading text messages ...

User Manual starting on the end of page 11 and then page 12.

if you do not have the user Manual you can get a copy of it here.



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Is there anything

by santeewelding In reply to I believe what you want i ...

Anything that you do not know natively, or can lay your finger on in a split second?

You are spooky.

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by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to Is there anything

No just way too much Plycraft smoke that I've been exposed to.

I even pulled out a Arc Welder yesterday to burn 1/2 an inch of Rod just to keep my hand in. Well actually to weld a Sports Pipe onto a exhaust system as the owner said. It was just a bit of chrome Pipe on the tail pipe but the owner was impressed. I was too lazy pulling out the MIG and finding a new roll for it. :0

Col :^0

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by meenajo2002 In reply to Downloading text messages ...
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Excuse half Zombie, I may have found something

by TobiF In reply to Downloading text messages ...

Google led me to http://darkforestgroup.com/forum/index.php?topic=618.270

Where I noted this in a post:
When exporting contacts or sms to PC using New PC Studio, it saves file in *.npf or *.nef format respectively.
These are actually saved in Microsoft Access Database format... hence one can change their extension to .mdb like
phonebook.npf ==> phonebook.mdb or
sms.nef ==> sms.mdb
and then open them in MS Access.

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