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You can print text messages from Android, so in today’s article, I will break down all the ways and methods you can use to print text messages from Android from the default messages app.
There is much confusion out there; even when I check on YouTube, there are a lot of misleading videos available, but in today’s article, I will share with you the correct and accurate way to print text on Android.
So without investing any more seconds, let’s drive.
All android smartphones have one thing in common: the default messaging pre-installed app. And if you have recently bought your smartphone, you might have the Google messages up, and even with the latest Google policies, no app on the Play Store can print messages or take your messages to the printer.
But we have the solution and more than 10 million downloads, which can help you print messages quickly and for free.
Method number one, it’s pretty easy. You can screenshot all the text, then print those screenshots, and this is how you can print text conversations from Android.
Here’s a simplified step to print text messages on an Android device in under 5 steps:
1. Open the messaging app.
2. Select any conversation to print.
3. Now, screenshot the conversation.
4. Find and open the screenshot from Gallery. Then hit three dots from the right.
5. Select print from the given options Print preview will be shown.
6. Select the Printer. And print.
This is one of the easiest methods to print the conversation. If you have fewer conversations with anyone, this is one of the helpful ways to print text.
Now there is a top-rated app on the Google Play Store named print share, but because of the latest Google policies, this app cannot print messages from your Android.
Yes, printing out the entire text from a conversation on Android from any Messenger App is possible. For this, a user would require a third-party printing application shown in the backdroid.com blog.
However, they find an alternative way. A user has to download the print share app from their official website, but it’s not available on google.com. So first of all, you have to download the print share app from their website, which is printshare.net. I would link the download below.
1. Open printshare.net or click here.
2. Tap on download for Android.
3. Confirm downloading the APK.
4. When downloaded, tap on APK, then install it.
1. Open the print share app.
2. Tap on messages.
3. Allow all the permissions required.
4. Mark/Select conversations to print.
5. Tap on print.
6. Then, the Print preview for text will show up.
7. Check or Edit print options like page size and several copies.
8. Select a printer using WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, or even Print PDF (to save it).
9. Lastly, confirm print options such as copies and page per sheet.
The above-shared app in this blog will help you to print the entire conversation, even if it contains 100S of text quickly, but you have to download the app from the website link given here.
Those, who want to print Emails, can read this article.
What if the conversation is shorter? There are two messages sent and received. Then, you can use method number one, which I show above.
Some things could be improved with the screenshot printing method of text.
The screenshot text printing method only applies when you have fever messages or are short on conversation via text.
Here’s my take on the app. I have used the app many times to print PDFs, but this time, I have used it for this particular article to print my messages. This makes the app much more valuable and helpful because many conversations on the text happen.
Sometimes I get a business offer in my text, and sometimes my girlfriend texts me. That’s why I need to print messages.
Yes, there is a way to print the entire text conversation on any smartphone; this process includes an app that can print SMS with the entire conversation, no matter how long.
Today’s Article and in today’s article, I have shown you how to print text from the messages app on any Android smartphone. This article contains two ways to print text. One of the ways includes using a third party, and the other one is without using anyone.
Today’s article applies to every smartphone brand, including Samsung realme, Oppo, Huawei, Motorola, and iPhone Short on any Android smartphone or any OS, including Windows.
I hope you found today’s article helpful. If you do, then definitely share it on your social media handles, or if you have any queries about this topic, let me know in the comments. I would reply within 24 hours.
I'm Kunal Kashyap, and I've been immersed in the world of technology for several years now. My journey began back in 2017 when I started creating YouTube videos covering topics like Android, apps, games, and solutions to common tech issues. Today, I've transitioned into the role of a blogger, and you can find my informative guides on backdroid.com. I take pride in simplifying complex tech concepts, making them accessible to everyone. Whether you're a tech novice or an expert, my tutorials are designed to help you troubleshoot problems with your Android device, apps, or games in a clear and straightforward manner. If you'd like to see some of my recent posts, check out my LinkedIn activity.