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Your phone may not be on "Do Not Disturb," but that conversation is - it's a separate setting from your phone's "Do Not Disturb" setting. Just go into that conversation -> Details -> toggle the Do Not Disturb switch and you should have your notifications back.
No - iMessage works over any viable network connection. Assuming you are on an iPod touch, since WiFi is your only viable network, then it follows you need WiFi, but it's not a limitation of iMessage as much as it is of your hardware. iMessage works fine over ethernet, cellular data equally as well as WiFi.
If you are using the same number that you had on your iPhone and registered with iMessage, you need to remove it from the service to be able to receive normal SMS messages from iMessage users on your new, non-Apple phone. Please go to Deregister iMessage and follow the steps described on the page.
I would get PhoneView and connect the device to a Mac (even if you have to borrow one or go to a library) and then save the message database to a more friendly format. I sadly cannot offer any PC options, but I'm sure someone else here will edit one in to this answer in place of my ignorance or offer their own software recommendation. Phone View is my ...
For consistency, it is advisable to have the same settings on all your devices. On iOS go to Settings > Messages > Send & Receive and check: Under the "You can be reached by iMessage at", how many addresses are there and which are activated (whit a check to the left). Under "Start new conversations from" check to see if your phone number is selected, ...
I just transferred all my chat history by copying ~/Library/Messages from an existing (OSX 10.8) machine to a new one (OSX 10.10). Couple of things to note: Quit Messages on both machines before you do this After copying over, delete chat.db-shm and chat.db-wal from ~/Library/Messages on the new machine Empty the Trash. I found that there was a process ...
How does the Facebook app access SMS data? If by SMS data you mean your texts Facebook cannot access your texts or iMessages Facebook cannot send texts or iMessages Facebook cannot see who you are texting or messaging If by SMS data you mean your cellular E/3G/4G/LTE connection You can disable this by going to Settings -> Cellular and switching ...
Mark the number you want to message as a favorite and it will get precedence over other numbers. Also, look for the blue text to indicate iMessage when you see the various options for a specific contact (email or mobile) and you'll be sure to get their messaging account as opposed to sending it to the land line. Also, as you send more and more messages, ...
To make a larger emoji in an email message, I tried this work-around with my Mac. Copy and paste the desired emoji into Text Edit. Using (Command +) I enlarged it to the desired size, then captured it with Command, shift, 4 and pasted it into the email. Yeah, it's a pain, but it works.
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