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On 16/10/16 23:16, Gordon wrote:
So both me and my GF have iPhones. I temporarily switched to my Android
phone for a while. I can send her text messages and she gets them just
fine. However I don't get her text messages because it sends them as
iMessages. We tried everything, but it wont go back to regular sms
messages for me. Is there a way to tell the system that I'm not
currently using my iPhone and that it needs to see me as an sms instead
of iMessage?


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