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there's a program called "documents" in app store (its free) that lets you search for the word you want =]
Your brother's Apple ID probably still has his phone number associated with it for iMessage. The smoothest way to deal with this is to have him disassociate his phone number from his Apple ID. In this KB article, see the section "How to unlink a phone number". If he has other Apple devices (Mac or iPad) that are using his Apple ID, your iMessages may be ...
In contacts make sure the label for his number does not say iPhone, if it does change it to mobile. To do this select edit in the upper right corner, tap his number and select mobile. If I understand right this is how the phone knows which to send, iMessage or text. If the label says iPhone I am not sure if it will revert to text or not.
You can change the page borders in the property sheet:
I'm afraid I have to disagree. Here in Argentina those "scam" SMS are risky. The simple act of opening one of those messages allows the company to charge you a monthly fee just for receiving more SMS (scams) daily. I know it's an abuse from the phone company allowing this, but it's happening here. Consumers are not protected in Argentina, that's why they ...
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