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With iOS 8, you can toggle iMessage off and on.


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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 ...


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Change their type of phone to something that is not "mobile" or "iPhone". You can create a new type of phone if you want and name it something like "nosms".


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Try checking your internet connection? If you have Wifi you would most likely use it for your Mac and iPad, but your iPhone would use mobile data (if you have it.) Also if you are using your work's internet connection the IT department may have blocked access to the iMessage servers. Alternatively, check with your ISP to see if they have blocked access to ...


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I had the same problem of phone numbers & not names to identify messages. I deleted the texts. Then clicked on new text. Found the name I wanted to send text to wrote text & sent. Now that name appears instead of number.


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launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.imagent.plist .. this WILL break your ichat/messages application though, so to put it back do: launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.imagent.plist


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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 ...



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