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If you press and hold on the iMessage it will let you choose Send as Text Message. If you do this enough it will automatically start to send as a text message. Also tell your brother to visit https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage to deregister his iMessage so this doesnt happen with anyone else.


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Here is one thing to try, from MacRumors: ...you need to have your email address turned on for iMessage on your iPhone in order to enable Text Message Forwarding. If you don't, the numeric access code will not appear on your iPad or Mac during the setup process. As soon as you enable your email address for iMessage (you only need to do this on your ...


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If any capable device receives the iMessage, it's considered delivered. Log out of iMessage all other devices/computers & then it should resend as SMS.


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If your erased messages were backed up either in an iTunes backup or iCloud backup, you can restore from that backup and retrieve deleted text messages from an iPhone. Keep in mind though that this restore will take your iPhone back to the information from the day you are restoring; anything added since that date will be removed. ...


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The short answer is you can't; Unless the standards have changed since I retired as a mobile planner 12 years ago. Some networks do provide confirmation (Vodafone in Australia did). Once a SMS leaves the originating network there is no way of checking on it.


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Tap “Settings” on the Home screen and go to “Messages.” Tap the “Off” button within the iMessage section of the Messages screen so that the button reads “On.” Tap the “Off” button in the Send Read Receipts section so that it reads “On.” Tap “Settings” to save your preferences and return to the Settings screen.


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I just popped upon your question when looking for a solution for the same issue. I am totally sharing your concerns and I am not too sure about putting them down as "overreaction", hence my iPhone is forwarding any messages - although bluetooth on both Mac and iPhone is turned off (and so is wifi on the iPhone, so I assume the forwarding works via cellular ...


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See if you can opt that SMS number out of iMessage entirely at https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage as explained in more detail at How do I disable iMessage for a contact who no longer has an iPhone If that doesn't work, contacting AppleCare to enlist the support of an engineer might be needed. In the short term, you can disable iMessage entirely ...


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Anyone that had an iPhone can now de-register that phone number from iMessage delivery at https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage In the past, you had to know to turn off iMessage before you removed the SIM from the device to accomplish the same thing, but clearly enough people needed this that it's a self-serve option now from Apple to manage your ...


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The only way WITHOUT jaiilbreak is to be speedy and enable airplane mode in control center, or reboot by holding power+home. With jailbreak, you can set sending delays and many more things.


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I think you are confusing this with the requirement for Bluetooth LE to be able to do Handoff. SMS Relay uses Wi-Fi or, if available, your phone's 3G/4G connection. From How to Enable SMS Relay on Your Mac, iPad and iPhone - point 3 might be the salient one... Make sure your Mac, iPad and iPhone are all connected to the same Wi-Fi connection. ...


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If I understand you question correctly you want to receive SMS and iMessages on both your iPad and iPhone. If so follow these steps. If you haven't already done so upgrade both your device to the latest iOS 8 firmware (iOS 8.1) To fix your iMessage problem, on the iPhone go to Settings > Scroll down to messages > Toggle iMessage on and enter your Apple ID ...



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