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Whether you can recover texts from a broken Android phone or not,you can recover SMS messages on Android phone. However, it depends on the broken phone itself. If it can still be turned on, there is a chance. Moreover, you'd better not created new data on your phone after the message loss, such as sending or receiving messages, etc. Now, let's be optimistic. The phone mentioned above still can be switched on.
There are many Android tools out there that can recover deleted text messages from Motorola, like: Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager, Coolmster Android assistant
Vibosoft Android Mobile manager: http://www.vibosoft.com/mobile-phone/how-to-recover-deleted-text-messages-from-motorola.html
Connect the HTC Desire to your PC via the USB cable, so that you can get to the .VCF card that was just created. Log into your gmail account and click on the contacts menu choice on the left side. Choose the "Import" menu choice at the top right of the contacts list now and select the .VCF and press Import. This will load all those contacts into your Contact list in Gmail and the next time you reset your phone and you resync with Google all your contacts will be then available again on your HTC Desire.
Other solution try Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager:
ATT tech support & several web forums confirm that sending a SMS from your computer via an IM, (like Yahoo Messenger,etc.) to a PDA cellular is web based and requires a data plan. However, you can send a text message via email to cellular phones and receive replies. It is easy and just as fast. You have to know the recipients carrier to obtain the proper email address. For instance, to an ATT phone the address is: email@example.com Remember that most carriers have a character limit (ATT is 160).
See this link for a complete list of other carriers & email addresses- http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/10/28/send-free-text-message-with-hundreds-of-email-to-sms-gateway-or-internet-web-sms-from-operator/
Option 1. I'm wondering if it's possible to print a text message from my iPhone? Perhaps forward it somehow to the MacBook Pro and print from there? You can do this with Ecamm Networks' $20 PhoneView. Among PhoneView's many talents (including using your iPhone as a storage device when connected to your Mac, copying the iPhone's music, videos, and photos to your computer; and viewing and editing the iPhone's notes) you can export the phone's SMS messages as text files, which you can then print. It's easy to use. Install it, plug in your iPhone, and PhoneView launches. To access the phone's SMS messages, just click the SMS entry on the left side of the PhoneView window. You can copy individual messages, Command-click to copy several messages (helpful when you want to copy just those messages that are part of a particular conversation), or copy all messages by selecting one message, pressing Command-A to select them all, and clicking the Copy From iPhone button at the top of the window. Option 2. You can take a screen shot of the page by pressing the home button and the wake/sleep button at the same time. you will see the screen flash. Then, add that pic to an email to yourself. From your home compputer, access that email, and print from your computer. Option 3.
Transfer your text messages from iPhone to pc using Tansee iPhone Transfer SMS. http://www.gutensoft.com/Utilities/Tanse… This is what I've used.
It can help you transfer all text messages on iPhone to computer in the formats of Text file format (.txt file) or ANTS file format (.ants file) . Besides, you can choose to transfer from all contacts or a single contact. How did it work? Just great.