Sending text messages/iMessages is one way we rely on to be connected with others and it is supposed to be fun. However, text messages and iMessages sometimes could be serious and work as important evidence in court. Then how to print text messages/iMessages from iPhone for court?
Frankly, it is not hard to print text messages/iMessages from iPhone for court. Follow the detailed steps and you can easily make it.
The Tool Needed to Print Text Messages/iMessages from iPhone for Court
– An iPhone with Text Messages/iMessages,
– A Computer (PC/Mac),
AnyTrans for iOS is developed by iMobie team and it has won many admirations as an iOS data transfer tool. AnyTrans for iOS can help you transfer text messages to computer (PC/Mac) and then you can print them as you want. Here are more reasons why you will need AnyTrans for iOS.
- AnyTrans for iOS enables you to selectively transfer text messages/iMessages from iPhone to computer (PC/Mac) within a few steps.
- AnyTrans for iOS can export text messages/iMessages in different formats, like PDF, TEXT, HTML and allows you to select an export path so that you don’t have to look for them everywhere.
- AnyTrans for iOS is a totally safe and green software. AnyTrans for iOS is developed by an Apple certificated developer and it is also Norton and McAfee secured. You don’t have to worry about any data loss or information leakage.
How to Print Text Messages/iMessages from iPhone for Court
Step 1Get AnyTrans for iOS downloaded on computer or get its pro version. As mentioned above, it is an easy-to-operate and safe software, please do feel free to use it.
Step 2Click the Device tab and then scroll down to the Category management page. Select Messages.
Step 3AnyTrans for iOS would display you all text messages on iPhone. Click on the Settings tab and then select the export format like PDF, TEXT, HTML and export path, click the Save button.
Step 4Select the conversation you want to export and then click on the To PC/Mac tab. Your text messages will soon be exported to computer.
Step 5Now you can preview the messages. (Attached pictures are saved in IMG folder) Print them with a printer.
The Bottom Line
That’s all for how to print text messages/iMessages for iPhone for court. If you have any problems about this post or AnyTrans for iOS, please don’t hesitate and leave comments below. By the way, AnyTrans for iOS can also do a great job in transferring data between iDevices, managing data in iTunes and iCloud. Why not download it now and give it a 7-day free trial?