Export Windows Phone messages to Android

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  1. vali20

    vali20 MDL Junior Member

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    #1 vali20, Jul 1, 2015
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  2. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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    Moved to MDL Project & Applications.
     
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  3. vali20

    vali20 MDL Junior Member

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    Thanks, I knew this is a community of nice, appreciative and helpful people! Thanks for your help, Tito!
     
  4. QuantumBug

    QuantumBug MDL Developer

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    Very nice application, the code is well presented.

    Shame about not transferring MMS, maybe I can write the code in and send it back to you some time?

    Where did you learn to develop?
     
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    vali20 MDL Junior Member

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    Yeah sure, why not? I would gladly need some help. Thanks! i don't have any MMS so i can't really test it. Also, I would have liked it to be able to also export from Android to Windows Phone, but for that I need a WP device which I currently don't own. I could use the WP VMs provided with Visual Studio, but those don't allow you to install apps from the Store, for some reason I don't understand...

    When did I learn to code? During high school for real I guess, so the last 4 years. But I actually started coding for fun, or for some small projects 8 years ago, in Visual Basic 6. I mainly coded an internet Explorer replacement, a web browser based on IE though. Then, as i started programming for real in high school, I learned some basic C++, and switched over to VB.NET for a brief period. After that, I switched for good to C#, which i really liked and continued to improve my skill upon. Recently, i started looking into Python, which BTW is really cool.

    Also, I learned developing applications for Windows, i.e. good experiences for the desktop, by reading a considerable bunch of documents from MSDN.