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Can t send or receive text messages. We know having problems with sending or receiving text messages is annoying. So, we ve put together a few tips that should do the trick. Did you know that over 80% of problems can be fixed by simply switching your phone off and on again? Give it a go, if the problem continues then:
Check how much memory is left on your phone. If it s full or nearly full, try deleting some of your messages in your inbox and sent mail box. Android. You can reset your Android message settings by visiting our and entering your phone number. iPhone. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network on your phone. Turn off call barring on your phone. To do this check your phone s user guide. Shortcode or premium text numbers. Remember that shortcode or premium numbers aren t included in your allowance. If you re on a Pay Monthly plan, you may have blocked numbers that aren t included in your allowance.
You can read about setting up and removing blocks on your account by checking out. If you re trying to send a shortcode or premium text number on Pay As You Go, make sure you ve got enough credit to cover the cost of the text message. Still having problems sending or receiving text messages? Go to to ensure there s coverage in your area. If you ve tried all the above and you re still having problems, and we ll try and get you sorted. This is another follow-up article based on my previously published post describing the. The original article has been quite popular and has generated some additional questions. This article will address why text messages are delivered to an iPhone but not an iPad. SMS/MMS Text Messages Traditional text messages are sent through the cellular provider. You can not send or receive regular SMS/MMS text messages on a device that is not connected to a cellular network.
Even if your iPad is 3G or 4G capable, it can not send or receive traditional SMS text messages. Your cellular provider delivers text messages using the cellular control channel of your phone. The iPad does not have access to the cellular control channel in this manner. This may seem odd because iMessages can be sent and received on both iPhones and iPads. That s because iMessage works differently than regular text messages. Understanding iMessage Delivery An iMessage can be delivered to an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or a Macintosh computer. This versatility is due to iMessage being related to your Apple ID. Any device that is setup to use your Apple ID is capable of sending or receiving iMessages. If you have an iPhone, the phone number is also associated with your Apple ID and all devices using the Apple ID can receive iMessages sent to your phone number.
When you send an iMessage, Apple will route that message through their servers using an Internet connection. This Internet connection can be either Wi-Fi or your cellular provider s data network. This allows you to send iMessages from iPods, iPads, and Macintosh computers even without a traditional text messaging plan from a cellular provider. Some people mistakenly think they have a text messaging problem because some messages appear on their iPhone and not their iPad. Usually, it is not a messaging problem, but rather they are seeing the difference in delivery between an iMessage and an SMS text message. With the release of iOS 8. 1, Apple has included a feature called Text Message Forwarding, which will forward SMS texts from the iPhone to the iPad. This allows SMS text messages to be sent and received in the Messages app on the iPad. This article provides additional information.
Sync iMessages Between Your iPhone and iPad If iMessages are appearing on your iPhone but not on your iPad, you need to verify both devices are signed in to your Apple ID in the Messages settings. On each device, go to Settings - Messages - Send Receive and make sure the same Apple ID is used on both devices. If you see a button labeled Use your Apple ID with iMessage, this indicates your Apple ID is not currently being used for iMessage on that device. Sign in to your Apple ID to sync your iMessages between devices. If you are signed in to your Apple ID in the Messages settings on both devices and iMessages are still not delivered to both devices, try resetting iMessage on both devices as described in this article. Be sure to sign out of your Apple ID on both devices before signing back in on either device. If you have additional questions about the Messages app, please see my other articles about.
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