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iMessages Sent to iPhone Ditchers Stuck in Limbo

15
May
2014

Apple’s proprietary iMessage service allows iPhone owners to enjoy free texting between one another, but those conversations could evaporate if you make the switch to an Android phone or other non-Apple device. Former Lifehacker Editor-in-Chief Adam Pash wrote a personal blog post about the issue, noting that he stopped receiving text messages from iMessage users after switching from iPhone to Android. While he was able to dissasociate his phone number with his Apple ID, Pash still wasn’t receiving texts from anyone on iPhone.

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