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Is there any way to get or order previous text messages? Not just the time and number, but the content?

Is there any way to get or order previous text messages? Not just the time and number, but the content?

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Aug 22, 2011 6:17:51 PM
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NO, not possible.
This is a user to user forum. I am a user, just like almost everyone else on the site.
NO, not possible.
This is a user to user forum. I am a user, just like almost everyone else on the site.
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Aug 22, 2011 9:49:41 PM
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That is correct. This cannot be done.

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That is correct. This cannot be done.

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One way to hold on to old messaages is this:

With the android device, ive used the "lock' feature on messages that i know i want to keep. This way when old messages are auto deleted or if I push the delete process. all 'locked' messages and attachments are untouched.

When my messages are getting rather full, i move these over to either notes or email them to me and place in a 'save' folder.
One way to hold on to old messaages is this:

With the android device, ive used the "lock' feature on messages that i know i want to keep. This way when old messages are auto deleted or if I push the delete process. all 'locked' messages and attachments are untouched.

When my messages are getting rather full, i move these over to either notes or email them to me and place in a 'save' folder.
Me and My DELL Streak (TED-III)

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