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You can try following method Connect your iphone or iPad to your mac using a usb cable. Wait a few minutes and then open a new Finder window. Your device should appear in the Sidebar of your Finder window. Select your device and you should get a panel like the one below. Click on info on the top line of your panel. This should give you options on which ...


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The problem is that the pList is corrupted or there's something wrong with it. We have to access the Library directory to fix it. hit Command + shift + g to pull up the directory search, and enter ~/Library 1a. If you still cannot get to the ~/Library directory, we need to show hidden files. open your Terminal, Enter: ⌘ + ⇧ + . (Command + Shift + .) That's ...


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It's in Messages Prefs, though it doesn't have much in the way of granularity… Drop menu artificially floated away for clarity.


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In iOS 14.4.2, open Messages.app and scroll so the unwanted message appears. As an example, imagine the message "Fran and Bob are bringing flowers today" also includes an audio file (not shown in the attached screenshots): Press and hold your finger on the message that contains the audio file; the audio file won't play. However, a contextual menu ...


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iCloud Messages is a synchronization tool, not a storage tool. On either platform, it will download messages to the local device, and eject them again, when necessary.


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I’ve been exploring this and it seems its still not possible. A few possibly helpful notes/workarounds: Clicking on the number at the top, and selecting “info,” text will be displayed that says “Using Primary/Secondary for this conversation.” That at least tells you which number is being used, but its not clickable or changeable. There is a workaround for ...


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