Print SMS Conversations on your Android Phone

Whether you wish to print special messages from a loved one, or whether you need to print a conversation for evidence in a court case - the ability to print SMS conversations from your Android phone is a great feature to have. Droid Transfer can help you do this with ease and will also save and print any emojis and images within the conversations, as well as dates and times the messages were sent and received.

Visit our TouchCopy page if you need to print iPhone text messages instead.


Let's see how we can print messages from an Android device...

  1. Download and install Droid Transfer and connect your Android device and your PC using either a Wi-Fi or a USB connection.
  2. Choose the "Messages" tab from the feature list.
  3. Select a conversation you wish to print.
  4. Print the whole conversation, or choose the dates between which you wish to print by clicking on "Filter Dates" in Droid Transfer.
  5. Click on Print and confirm which printer you wish to use.
Print SMS conversation from Android phone

See it in action

Detailed Information

As well as saving Android messages, Droid Transfer also gives you the ability to print messages.

To do this, connect your Android device with Droid Transfer on your computer. If you require help doing this, please check out our Droid Transfer quick start guide.

Once you are set up, open the "Messages" tab from the feature list on the left side of the program.

Print SMS conversation from Android phone

Now you can select which messages you would like to print. To do this, click a contact to highlight them in the list. To select multiple contact conversations, use the ctrl-click combination.

Print Android SMS and MMS via PC

If you only require certain messages or messages between certain dates, you can use the "Filter Dates" function to narrow down the printed conversation.

Once you've made your selection, just hit "Print"! You will be presented with your default print settings and you can choose which printer you wish to print the conversations on.