Your iPhone will usually only send an iMessage as a text message if something is wrong. In many cases it may be preferable to send as a text message instead to ensure the information reaches its destination. An iMessage can only be sent to a user with an iOS device that has iMessage enabled.
Answer: A: A crescent moon icon next to your text messages means that you have enabled “Do Not Disturb” mode for a specific conversation. You'll get no notifications of new incoming messages from that particular conversion. But your unread messages will sit there so you can read them at your convenience.
When your iPhone stuck on text message screen, the device sometimes becomes unresponsive too, as a frozen application will lead to the iPhone to freeze at times. In this case, you need to force quit Message app and relaunch it.
When your text message has a blue background, it means that your message exchange happened via iMessage and that you sent or received your message to and from another iOS device.
Sometimes iPhone text messages disappear from the inbox after an iOS software update or after a restart, but there are also cases that text messages just disappear from iPhone suddenly. If you have made backups for your iPhone before, you can always recover lost iPhone messages by restoring from iPhone backup files.
Question: Q: Contact in text messages has muted bell Answer: A: The bell with the slash means notifications are on. The bell with no slash means you will not get notifications. If you tap that icon it will turn off notifications of future text messages from that person.
Any SMS text over 160 characters has to be split up as that is the max. character limit for the SMS system (many networks also convert anything beyond 480 characters into an MMS message).
Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Then try and send a message. If/when this occurs - you can force your message to send as an SMS by long-pressing on the pending message and then press Send as Text Message. Just reset the phone.
Go to Settings > Notifications > Messages and verify that Show on Lock Screen is toggled on. For sound alerts, also check that Settings > Notifications > Messages > Sounds has an alert type selected and does not display None or Vibrate Only unless that's the setting you want.
When a message will be encrypted, the send button will have a lock icon on it — that'll be important to keep an eye out for, as many people you text may not have RCS, or may not be using messages.
Open your device's Settings app. Tap Accessibility, then tap Font size. Use the slider to choose your font size.
This would mean that the message or message thread is locked. Meaning the message can't be accidently deleted. You would have to unlock the message before it can be deleted from the device. Which model device are you using?
It is because you have the keyboard set to Spanish in your messages to that contact on your iPhone. Go to your phone and click on your last message to that person and change the keyboard back to English.
Tap “Notifications” > “Messages” on the Settings app. Step 3. Make sure the “Allow Notifications” option is turned on. And you can also specify the alerts location, banner style, sounds here.
Apple® uses different colored message bubbles to indicate whether a message is sent via iMessage® (blue) or standard SMS/MMS (green). iMessage is an Apple service that allows unlimited messaging to other iOS 5 and higher devices.
Incorrect settings. You can go to Settings > Messages > Keep Messages to have a check. If it is not Forever, it is the reason that iPhone deleted all messages. And set the option to Forever, please, in case you will lose your messages due to this reason again.