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Assuming you have iOS 7 (now) I can provide you the steps on how to remove Recent contacts in the Messages.app. Open Messages.app Start composing new message Once the list starts showing up, press the blue 'i' icon next to the number. Press the redline Delete from recent You're done, repeat these steps for the contacts you don't want to show up anymore. ...
First, check the destination address. On your iPad: open Messages, then open the message thread that's not working. Tap the "Contact" button (top right), then the "info" button (i). The destination address will be highlighted blue. Next, make sure the destination address is configured on the receiving device. On the iPod: Settings → Messages → ...
In iOS 5 (and in iOS 6, I suspect), if you are willing to delete some messages, you can find the timestamp of ANY message if you delete the ones which precede it in the conversation "snippet", which i describe in somewhat more detail on http://kenamored.blogspot.com/2014/04/how-to-reveal-ios-5-imessages-timestamps.html
This seems like an ideal application of Automator workflows or AppleScript, since both of those can do "press buttons onscreen" style behavior. You'd say "take file as input," and use something under "print" or "messages" if there are either of those, or use AppleScript to tell it to open the file and press file and print and save as pdf and then close the ...
SMS's can only be sent through an iPhone, as it requires a carrier's plan and a phone number associated to it, which iPad's lacks of. As stated by Apple: Which Apple products support Messages using SMS and MMS? To use Messages with SMS and MMS, you need an iPhone.
No, not really. In iOS 7, the resend/forward button (Select a message, tap More…, bottom right, enter contact) is a lot more work. However, you can set up a shortcut in Settings > General > Keyboard which should make things much faster. In the screenshot I have qqq doing that so all you have to do is type q three times and hit send. If it doesn't have ...
If it doesn't say "delivered" within an hour or 2- u were blocked. No one is texting straight thru 2 hours or on the phone more than 2 hours. And I know personally that if I get text while on phone it still says delivered. Some peeps have there's said to "read" n others don't but "delivered" is blocked if never shows up. U can call n won't go straight vm but ...
I wrote a shell script to remove all iMessage logs for you- it's super convenient.. Just download and doubleclick: http://joshpopenyc.github.io/Shell-Scripts/
You can search that way but when selecting the conversation you were looking for it takes you to the latest conversation , not the particular one you searched and selected.
In the Messages application, go to Messages > Preferences > Accounts select your iMessage account uncheck the "Enable this account" checkbox that is below your Apple ID.
Yes, you can see how much storage your Messages are taking up directly on your iOS device by going to: Settings > General > Usage No, you cannot mass delete from a specific period of time. If you are sending lots of images and videos, that 40% probably is your Messages database which includes pictures and videos.
Tap the photo to open it Press the Share button and select Save Image
Both devices will receive the messages if you put iMessage active on both devices. Messages sent in the past will not sync to your newly activated account, messages which will be send after activating iMessage on your Mac will.
No, there will be no sync. Only the devices, that are registered on iMessage at the point of time, when the message is sent by the sender, can receive the message (technically). The messages are end-to-end encrypted for each receiving device. In other words: Your new device can't decrypt the old messages, as the original sender didn't know about this new ...
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