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To dissable iMessage on your phone (the one who has changed from iPhone to something else): http://support.apple.com/kb/ts5185
It is extremely improbable that your iPhone 4 with the latest software, without jailbreak, has a spyware on it, especially if nobody else than you had physical access to your phone after jailbreak. However if someone has remote access to your phone communications through "encrypted" messagging apps should be quite safe for itself, but if you have a spyware ...
Unless your iPhone 4 is jailbroken, it is very unlikely that anyone can remotely install any spyware. It would normally require physical access to your phone, along with your passcode, then your Apple ID and password as well. A more plausible possibility is that this person knows your iCloud or Apple ID and password, and is logged into your iCloud account ...
Though its difficult method, I just want you to know it exists in the worst case. You can also do it manually by exporting the messages from C:\Users[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\Nokia\Nokia Suite (the name of the db might be like sms_db.sqlite). There are many tools to read SQLite db like MesaSQLite for Mac and a firefox plugin for Firefox browser. Then using ...
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.
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