Ask your cell phone provider.
Wait until he takes a shower then look.
No, there is not a cordless phone that can save answering machine messages to your computer.
log into your e-mail on your mobile phone.
No. But you can e-mail
you ask them to forward it to you. or you secretly grab their phone then forward it to yours, then erase when the message in the sent box.
Is there a free download that allows me to get husbands texts sent to my phone
Have messages sent to your email rather than the phone.
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Here's an idea: respect his privacy. It's impossible anyway.
Probably no, because there are services in messangers which allow U to send SMS messages but I don't think that U can send text messages from a cell phone to a computer.)Actually, Yes you can. I sent messages to Facebook all the time. so ignore the last answer. You can send messages to computers using a cell phone.
you can send an email to a phone from your computer and its free sms and pic messaging
Well I have a Gmail account and you can send text messages to anyone with a U.S. cell phone.
You can't unless you hook up your phone to a computer then you will probably be able to pull up deleted messages.
i think you hav to hav AT&T
It is not usually possible to transfer sms messages from any phone even a smart phone to a computer. However if the computer can do such as voice over IP then it might be possible. Check the instructions Samsung provide in their manual.
save to files on your mobile then import files when you plug phone into computer then print...... simples
Connect your phone to a computer and manually delete it. Remember to search through many folders, since thumbnails of it can secretly be saved.
You should be discussing this with your lawyer. He could also suggest that you hire a private detective to catch your husband with this female. That in itself will speak volumes and you won't need the text messages or photos. You should be able to track his text messages or pictures through his computer. Ask a friend for help that is computer knowledgeable. If you want to keep this more private, then phone a computer technician in the phone book and ask how you can track the text messages. You don't need to go into detail with him. If he wants to know tell him you left some and need to track them down. Sorry you are going through this.
If you need to print text messages it depends on the kind of cell phone you have. If you have a windows mobile htc cell phone then there is software available that helps you link up the phone to the computer and print it out the messages. You need the correct data cable though. If you're in a rush and need your messages printed for court or something and can't mess around with the evidence, you might try this company below. They do this stuff all the time.You could try highlighting the text message on the cell phone and email it to yourself. Then open it on your computer and just print it.Just Try How to print Text Messages software to print out messages.
The text messages are stored on the network's computer - NOT your phone. They are simply downloaded to your phone when they're received. The police simply need to serve a warrant on the company, to have them print out your messages. The don't need your phone !
You need a computer program to recover the messages unless you use a mobile which either 'sync's' or 'backsup' to a computer. If it does either of these then you should be able to get to your messages that way. You can also take it to a specialist mobile shop and they might be able to retrieve messages dependant on the make and model of the mobile.
No it's not possible, unless you connect the phone to the computer.