“My coworker sent me important iMessages to talk about a huge project with the schedule attached, but I had cleaned up my iPhone 7 recently and deleted all messages along with attachments suddenly. Now I urgently need to restore the information and attached files. And I did not do backups on my iPhone.” Such case is very common as iMessages have been widely used today for daily communication on iPhone/iPad which is highlighted on the new coming iPhone X/8 and iPhone 8 Plus in iOS 11. Therefore, it makes sense to back up iMessages on iPhone/iPad to avoid such information loss or interruption and recover SMS/iMessages immediately from backup copies.
iMessage starts from iOS 5 and OS X 10.8 (Mac OS X Mountain Lion) that message comes over WiFi, mobile phone internet access and other types of internet texting for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac computers. In iMessages, text can be sent along with photo, videos, sound, location, emoji, attachment and bubble/screen effect. As well-known as it is, there are two usual ways to back up text messages on iOS devices, namely, save messages via iTunes and iCloud.
However, here offers you another free backup alternative to making full copies of iMessages easily – EaseUS MobiMover that can help you to transfer iMessages from iPhone/iPad to Windows PC without iTunes and iCloud as a copy of data. This free iPhone data backup software manages files on iPhone/iPad without any damage on original data, such as messages, notes, photos, music, videos, compatible with new iPhone X/8/8 Plus and iOS 13.
How does EaseUS MobiMover Free back up iMessages on iPhone/iPad to computer free without iCloud and iTunes? Follow the 4 easy steps below to save iPhone text messages/iMessages to computer.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your PC, unlock your device, and trust the computer. Then launch EaseUS MobiMover and go to "Backup Manager" > "Back up".
Step 2. Since you want to back up your iPhone messages, select "Messages" only. As you can see, you can back up other supported file types together with messages from your iPhone. The messages will be kept on Desktop by default, but you can click "Select" to choose another path. Afterward, click the backup button to start backing up your iPhone messages and attachments.
Step 3. Wait for the process to complete. If you need to restore the message backup to your iPhone in the future, go to "Backup Manager" > "Restore" and select the backup you just made.