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The Problem with iMessage

  1. Caveman17
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 6, 2014

    Caveman17 , Sep 6, 2014 :
    Is anyone else having a problem with their messages switching from iPhone to the one?

    For me, I can send texts to iPhone from my one but I receive texts on my old iPhone.

    Does anyone have a solution to this problem?
     

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  2. Reflect Stratos
    KitKat Sep 6, 2014


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  3. Nilesh Sajnani
    KitKat Sep 6, 2014


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  4. IWantOneNow
    KitKat Sep 6, 2014


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  5. Waterdroid
    Lollipop Sep 6, 2014

  6. neutrino
    Jelly Bean Sep 6, 2014

    neutrino , Sep 6, 2014 :
    You need to dissociate your phone number from I message. Prior to putting your SIM in the One, you should have turned off imessage from the iPhone settings and turned off that phone. This is a known glitch for users switching from iPhone to anything else.
     

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  7. GONA_B_L8
    Froyo Sep 6, 2014

    GONA_B_L8 , Sep 6, 2014 :
    All you have to do is switch off imessage on the iPhone as long as you still got it.
    Not rocket science is it? It may take up to 24hrs before you receive texts on the one but usually straight away
     

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  8. galway1984
    Eclair Sep 6, 2014

    galway1984 , Sep 6, 2014 :
    the friends / numbers you are texting have your no saved as imessenger. Thats what happened to me when i switched to HTC
     

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  9. allround_it_er
    Gingerbread Sep 6, 2014

    allround_it_er , Sep 6, 2014 :
    You can push the blue textballoon on the iPhone. A popup choice apears where you choose "send as textmessage". It is a known problem. So everybody who does the switch has the same problem.
     

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  10. Caveman17
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 7, 2014


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  11. SeriusNtentions
    Sep 7, 2014

    SeriusNtentions , Sep 7, 2014 :
    Is you messages account tied into an email address or phone number?
     

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  12. tamario84
    Eclair Sep 7, 2014


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  13. johnvsd
    Jelly Bean Sep 7, 2014

    johnvsd , Sep 7, 2014 :
    Of course, You may send many text messages from your 1+ phone, but you can't received imessage from other iphone users who sent you the I-messages, not regular text message. And you iphone still be able to receive the i-messages without simcard.
     

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  14. zroid
    Jelly Bean Sep 7, 2014

    zroid , Sep 7, 2014 :
    Its old iphone problem. you need to disable imessage and then switch to OPO.
     

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  15. zroid
    Jelly Bean Sep 7, 2014

  16. Waterdroid
    Lollipop Sep 7, 2014

    Waterdroid , Sep 7, 2014 :
    Yep, contact Apple and ask them to remove your number from their system. That'd solve it for sure.
     

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  17. dragon2777
    Jelly Bean Sep 7, 2014

    dragon2777 , Sep 7, 2014 :
    I did everything that Apple told me to do they said I did everything right and it still didn't work the apple people actually told me u had to change your phone number and I did. There is a class action lawsuit now and my name is on the list of people
     

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  18. dragon2777
    Jelly Bean Sep 7, 2014

    dragon2777 , Sep 7, 2014 :
    It sometimes doesn't the issue is that other phones remembered they imessage you and they will never forget that it is the other phones that are an issue
     

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  19. zroid
    Jelly Bean Sep 7, 2014

    zroid , Sep 7, 2014 :
    here is the details on the cnet website. it may take 45 days.

    Method 1 could take upto 45 days
    There have been conflicting reports regarding how long it will take for Apple's servers to acknowledge that iMessage has been disabled. I am constantly switching between platforms and devices, and I had no issues when I made the jump from an iPhone to an Android device. Others, however, have claimed that it could take up to 45 days for Apple's servers to reorganize the switch.

    Method 2 could take upto 12 hours

    Wallen notes that the change "won't happen immediately." In his experience texts from iPhone users slowly began to trickle in on his Android device "over a 12-hour period." Even though others have found success using this method, Apple has said that performing it won't deregister your number from iMessage.
     

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  20. kardioversion
    Eclair Sep 7, 2014

    kardioversion , Sep 7, 2014 :
    What I have done is turn off iMessage on the iphone, then change my password. After a few days that usually works. Sometimes people still need to delete conversations on their phones before they can send messages.
     

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