Apply treasure to quickly organize SMS data

Sometimes due to problems with the other party's mobile phone, or use the backup software to restore the SMS after brushing (or changing the phone), the same message appears multiple times, if one is deleted, it is very troublesome, is there any more? A convenient solution. Xiaobian recommended "Application Bao (formerly Tencent Mobile Manager)" [solving ideas] previously introduced the use of pea pods to solve this problem. In fact, in addition to the pea pod, we can also use Tencent's application treasure to complete, and the operation is much simpler, do not need to select the format multiple times or change the extension. [Solution Method] Backing up data First, use the data cable to connect the Android smartphone to the computer. Be sure to enable the USB debugging service in advance. Then open the application treasure window, select "Toolbox" in the left pane, select "Data backup" in the right pane, and then select the data to be backed up, for example, you can only check "SMS"; or “Contacts” (Figure 1). Click the “Browse” button to modify the backup path, and finally click the “Backup Now" button to generate the corresponding backup folder. Modify the data and then start WinRAR, in which you can enter the backup package file exported by the application. Different from the pea pod, the backup file generated by the application treasure is a file in the .xml format, the ContectTable.xml is the contact data, and the SmsTable.xml is the short message data (Fig. 2), and the data file to be modified is decompressed. You can use Notepad to open the .xml file for modification, such as deleting duplicate text messages, modifying the save operation, and finally adding the modified .xml file to the RAR archive. Note that it is best to back up an unmodified package in advance, just in case. Restoring data Now, you can delete all the SMS messages on your Android smartphone, still enter the “Toolbox” interface of the application window, select “Restore data”, select the backup package, and click the “Next” button. image 3). Check the data that needs to be restored, for example, "SMS", and then click the “Restore Now button to quickly import the SMS data that has just been edited. Is it simpler? Tip: Follow the same steps to export the ContectTable.xml to manually process and restore the contact data. This article comes from [System Home]
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