Can I see/read (and how) ZTE Obsidian text messages on desktop?

magenta5133283

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      • smplyunprdctble

        Natively, you cannot.

         

        There IS an app called "MightyText" that you can install on your Android device that gives you access to read / send text messages from a PC interface.  It's free up to a certain number of messages sent (200? 100? I lost track of the current free number).

          • magenta5133283

            okay, thank you.

             

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            reply from smplyunprdctble in Android products - View the full discussionNatively, you cannot. There IS an app called "MightyText" that you can install on your Android device that gives you access to read / send text messages from a PC interface.  It's free up to a certain number of messages sent (200? 100? I lost track of the current free number).

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