Some messages are so important that you can't afford to lose. For these items, you will want to back up them on your computer. To download iMessages, text messages, and multimedia messages from your iPhone to a PC or Mac, the iOS content manager mentioned above, EaseUS MobiMover, will also help. To save iPhone text messages on PC or Mac. Allow the messages in your iCloud account to be synced on your local Mac computer. It is as simple as that. You only have to make sure that you have a fast Wi-Fi account or else you may spend a whole syncing your messages, if you have a lot of them on your device. Mar 13, 2018. Let’s go through the step by step procedure on how to sync message from Mac/PC to iPhone. Step 1 Download the latest version of dr.fone from the official website. Step 2 Install and launch the application on your computer. Connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB connection. Click on the option Transfer.

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Today's instructions will explain how to download and copy iPhone text messages to any Windows or Mac computer. Once you have saved the iPhone text messages as a PDF file you can print out the text messages and iMessages including any photo attachments!

Detailed Steps

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Copying text messages from an iPhone to computer is helpful for a wide array of different circumstances. Some people like to save text messages from family members or loved ones and others have a need to download or save text messages for court, trial, legal reasons, or for other general business purposes. Whatever your specific needs are, it's easy to preserve and transfer iPhone text messages with the help of the desktop software program Decipher TextMessage.

Copy and save iPhone text messages to PC or Mac

Specific steps to download and copy text messages from iPhone to computer

  1. Backup an iPhone on your computer.
  2. Launch Decipher TextMessage.
  3. Select your iPhone.
  4. Choose a contact that has iPhone text messages you want to copy or download.
  5. Select Export to complete the download of your text messages.

When you run Decipher TextMessage to copy iPhone text messages to your computer, all your iPhone contacts will be displayed in the program window.

After saving iPhone text messages to your computer, you can now print them out as a PDF

  • Locate the PDF file saved by Decipher TextMessage on your Mac or Windows computer.

  • Open the PDF and review the document to makes sure the text messages you want to print are all present and displayed accordingly.

  • Choose 'print' or use the key commands “Command + P' on Mac or “Control + P” on Windows to open up the print dialog box.

  • Select 'print' and to print out the PDF of your saved text messages that you copied and downloaded.

Here is an example of what text messages look like when copied to computer as a PDF.

Time stamp and contact info on every message - Decipher TextMessage displays time stamps of when messages were both sent and received. The program will also display the contact on every single text message. This is helpful for documentation, discovery, lawyers, or court evidence. Realtors also find this feature helpful when they need to keep track of what clients sent and received specific iPhone text messages.

Privacy - When saving or printing iPhone text messages with Decipher TextMessage, all your data is private and local to your computer.The user controls everything and nothing is stored on external servers or in the cloud. Only you can access your saved text messages.

Video instructions on how to copy and download iPhone text messages

Here is our helpful video that explains how to copy text messages from any iPhone to your PC or Mac.


We hope today's tutorial has been useful and that you now know how to download and copy text messages to your computer from any iPhone. If you need further assistance, just send us a support email here at Decipher Tools Headquarters and we will write you back!