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You said your phone was jailbroken. Open Cydia Install an app called iFile. Open iFile. Navigate to Library -> SMS -> sms.db Make your edit. Launch Messages.
There are apps that do this, see Canned. Really what you need (and I use) is a transit app of some kind. I like Transit. I can't think of a way to get Siri to do this. One workaround is to make keyboard shortcuts so that you type "LGS" and iOS will autocorrect it to "123456".
Using: tell application "Messages" get name of every service end tell I noticed that I have "SMS" as a 4th option (yours may be different). So then I used: launch application "Messages" tell application "Messages" activate --steal focus set targetBuddy to "12345550123" set targetService to id of service "SMS" set textMessage to ...
There is quite a few good examples out there for using Applesccript to send iMessages. I haven't found one yet that will work to a number via sms, the below script only works with iMessage. Also it limited to the number(s) in your contacts(buddy list) and will error out if the buddy/number isn't in your contacts. Here's one that I use to send ...
As I known, no Apple tool available for transferring text messages from iPhone to PC. You can take a screenshot for the messages you want to transfer.Then find the screenshot on your photo stream. You can view it on computer or print it out on paper which is at your choice.To satisfy the "best evidence" or "accurate representation" rules, use AirPlay ...
When typing in a contact name whilst creating a new message in Messages.app, if the contact sheet for that person has more than one number (or email addresses too) it'll display a list of all numbers. From there you can select which number you'd like to send the message to for that specific contact. If you've already sent a message and wish to determine ...
When you want to dismiss the keybord you type "Return".
On the iPad open the settings app. In FaceTime turn off iPhone Cellular Calls.
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