“Hello, I have a question, does anybody knows that how to print out the text messages on my iPhone 4s? I need to do that! Please help!” Some people are puzzled at exporting and printing text message on iPhone. Some messages have a great value or contain unforgettable memories. As to this problem, there are many ways to help print iPhone messages. For example, you can take screen shots and print them. But it is pretty troublesome. Of coursem you can copy and paste the messages to your email. But one word: troublesome. Here, I have a pretty convenient way to help you export and print text messages on iPhone. In order to print iPhone text messages, the first thing you need to do is to export your messages to computer. Thus, you need a third party software to help you transfer messages from iPhone to your computer. Here, we want to take iFonebox as example. iFonebox is a professional and powerful iOS data recovery to help you transfer iPhone data like messages, contacts, voice memos, notes, photos, etc, to your computer. Plus, iFonebox can help you recover your iPhone deleted data and extract data from your iTunes backup if you have an iTunes backup file. Learn more about iFonebox. How to export text messages on iPhone? In order to use iFonebox to export iPhone messages to computer, the first thing is to download and install it. There are two versions: Windows and Mac. Of course, the free trial version is available. After that, you can follow the simple processes here: Launch iFonebox. Choose Recover from iOS Device. Remember to connect your iPhone to computer. Scan your iPhone data. iFonebox will automatically scan your iPhone data like messages, contacts, notes, photos, etc. Preview and select the messages you want to export and click Recover. Then messages from your iPhone will be transferred to the computer archived in a folder. After exporting messages from your iPhone, now you can print your messages. It is quite convenient to print because all messages are in a csv form and html form. Pretty easy to print your iPhone messages. With iFonebox, to export and print messages from your iPhone is no longer a big problem. Any good suggestions here? Comment here.