Boost Mobile does not offer an option to view text messages from an online phone account, as of 2014. However, there are still several options available for backing up texts online, including using the Boost Mobile mail service and installing a designated app to record text messages.Know More
To back up text messages to an email account, begin by syncing the desired email account with the Boost Mobile phone. Then, go to the Messages screen on the phone, and choose "Back up SMS," followed by "Back up SMS via mail," from the menu.
Another option to view Boost Mobile text messages from an online account is to install a text-tracking app, such as mSpy, on the phone. These apps log text messages and allow them to be read online later.Learn more in Mobile
Yes, there are several methods of viewing text messages online. Some services offer text message forwarding to an email or messenger account, while others require logging in to an online cellular carrier account.Full Answer >
With a court order or subpoena police can access an individuals' text messages that are at least 180 days old from the cell provider, states ProPublica. American citizens typically cannot be wire tapped by the authorities without a warrant from a judge.Full Answer >
According to the New York Times, AT&T saves deleted text messages for up to 72 hours, and in most cases, it is impossible for a consumer to retrieve text messages once they have been deleted. However, AT&T can provide a record of the numbers that sent texts to a particular phone and the numbers that were texted by that phone.Full Answer >
According to NBC News, the duration of storage for text messages is dependent upon the mobile carrier. Verizon stores text message details for up to one year, although the content itself lasts between 3 to 5 days.Full Answer >