I have a Samsung GT-S5610 phone and I would like to backup my SMS messages on the computer. How do I do this?
I have a USB cable and I have connected the phone to the computer. In the folder structure on my phone I can see videos, photos, sounds, MMS, etc. and can easily transfer them from the phone to the computer and vice versa, but for some reason I cannot access the SMS messages, which appear to be stored in some different way.
Is there a way to access the SMS messages and transfer them to my computer?
Applications like Samsung Kies, etc. are either not supported or do not support transferring text messages. (Specifically, Kies is supported but doesn't offer me any text message related option.) It almost seems like the SMSs weren't meant to be transfered, which surprises me as they seem to be more basic than e.g. videos.
Edit: here is the folder structure, as requested:
Most of these folders appear to be empty. Apart from my pictures, sounds and videos, there are a few other small files, but they do not seem to contain useful information as regards my question. Most are of size at most 1 KB and do not seem helpful. In each of the "Account[number]" folders there is a file named "Uidl" of size 73 KB, which I presume contains account information. Opened in notepad, it appears as whitespace. The largest file is contained in the "mms/temp" folder. It is 295 KB in size and called "placeholder". Opened in notepad, it appears to consist mostly of Korean characters.