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In my tests, sending an iMessage to a phone without SIM will result in the Not delivered status on the sender phone, and subsequent messages will be routed by SMS if the phone is configured to do so. The receiving phone was connected via wifi to internet. Putting the SIM back will not remediate this problem (probably because it appears as a failure on ...


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Apple stores iMessages on their servers only until they are sent to your device. Therefore, they will be sent to your iPhone once you put your original SIM back in. Another option would be to add an email address to your iMessage account and then even messages sent to your original number will be forwarded to your phone with the temporary SIM in if it has ...


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Try this ; On the home page of your iPhone, click on the Settings icon Go to Mail/Contacts/Calendars Scroll down and you will get the "Import SIM Contacts" option Start importing your contacts and once it is done, simply change your SIM card


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in an iPhone you can not put addresses to the sim card, only from the sim card to the phone. You can use an "old" phone form before they were smart (e.g. Nokia): copy the addresses into the phone from the sim card 1, put another sim card 2 in and read the addresses into this sim card.


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There are few different ways you can do that: thru a mobile device (phone, tablet, computer, etc.); via a SIM card reader on your computer with specific software; A device for clonning SIM cards. Please specify the way you want to work so we can provide you more information.


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You can receive iMessages by signing out of it and signing back in with your Apple ID. Any existing messages will still be there, and you would only receive your messages from now going forward. You could add your email account, but any existing email accounts would still be there.


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You can do this, however you should just back it up to the owners computer first (with iTunes or iCloud). Then wipe the phone and when you are done with it, the owner can restore all of his data.



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