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Turn iMessage on then turn it back off. It happened to me too. Apparently it thinks "who wouldn't want to use iMessage?" So it just pretends that it is on until you turn it on. It made me really mad for a few minutes.
Settings => Messages => Toggle off "iMessage". Works just fine (just tested it).
Yes, in iOS 8 you can set a limit to the time period of the messages. So, not an actual amount - like the 200 messages on your Android - but you can limit it through Settings > Messages > Keep Messages menu option where you'll see the following flavors: Forever 1 Year 30 Days Hope this helped.
With iOS 8, you can toggle iMessage off and on.
To keep old messages for posterity, I would perform a backup and then rename it so that it does not get overwritten. A quick google search will give plenty of instructions. As regards to restoring individual messages to your phone, I don't know that it's possible. There are certainly a number of non-free desktop apps for both PC/Mac to extract and view ...
In addition to unselecting Bonjour, which I agree was insufficient, I found that under Messages > Preferences, my Apple ID had been deselected. Once I re-selected it, I could then identify the phone numbers and email addresses I wanted to use with messaging. I suspect my original cause was my daughter's wanting me to turn off messaging for her email ...
Step 1: Ignore AppleCare Go to Apple Support More Products & Services > Apple ID > Other Apple ID Topics > Messages and Apple ID Make sure to give the exact error and your Customer Code so they can help quickly. This error is a result of the system assuming unauthorized access and locking down access to the service. Security is inconvenient.
Short Answer: No Longer Answer: Apple does not support and even don't know how to merge 2 Apple IDs/Account. But on your local iPhone you can hold all the Data if you only switch the iMessage ID afaik. iMessages are only hold for 14 Days in the Apple Account and are not/nerver longer stored at Apple (claims Apple) So moving iMessages to another account ...
it is something you put in since you had that machine -- this is keying it to your account (without even the need for the application). open system preferences/INTERNET ACCOUNTS, look through each you have set up and delete what you can -- or what is related to your messages account this is the central directory for accounts like messages (could also be ...
They can only view this information if they are logged into your account on their iDevice. For example, an iPhone, iPad and MacBook all on the same account will receive all messages sent or received from the other machines (barring a lack of network connectivity). My suggestion to you is to change your password. They will be prompted for the new password ...
In TextEdit, I typed a sentence. I then brought up the Character Viewer (I don't seem to be able to get to emoji any other way, though using Mavericks 10.9.3 on a 2014 iMac), and placed an emoji character into the sentence--the bactrian camel, in this instance. I then selected the emoji in the sentence I wrote in TextEdit and went to the Font Size menu in ...
Open Messages and open the preferences. Select the Apple ID you want to delete and then sign out. No more messages should arrive from that point on. You could reboot if you want to be sure things are reset.
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