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Conversion of SmartEncryptor SME to Word DOC. SME to DOC converters.

It appears that sme to doc conversion is related to attempts to export messages / contacts from a .sme backup (Samsung Kies) to some sort of output file readable on PCs, for example document from MS Word. This should be doable in Kies, or at least in some of the older versions of the program could export the files to TXT/CSV which you can then import to some word processor and save as .doc file.

Except for that, SME file type is also used for encrypted archives made in SmartEncryptor, but is unlikely that it can be directly converted to Microsoft Word document (.doc), more of decrypted and to recover the .doc file, because there may be actually a Word documents inside he .sme file.

Updated: January 22, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


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Files with sme file extension can be found as encrypted archives used by the SmartEncryptor data encrypting software for Windows.

An sme file extension is related to the Samsung Kies version 2. An sme file stores backup of SMS messages from Samsung Galaxy phones.


A doc file extension is commonly used for text documents created in Microsoft Word word processor prior version 2003. Word's DOC documents can be opened in almost every (if not every) other word processor, such as OpenOffice.org Writer or iWork Pages.

A doc file extension is used throughout the time by many various applications for their document files.


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