Apple users have a privilege of picking up a conversation from Imessage that they started on iPhone, right on MacBook, or vice versa.
But the last few month a problem appeared. iMessages stopped synchronizing chats between MacOS and iOS. The messages received via iPhone, didn’t show up on Mac, and no messages received on Mac appeared in iPhone’s iMessage app. It began looking like chatting with friends from 2 devices. Fortunately, there is a way to make things go rightly!
The fix for iPhone
Head to ‘Settings’ application on your iPhone and tap on ‘Messages’. Swipe down to ‘Send & Receive’ button and open it. You will see the numbers and e-mails you have registered with your ID. You can tap on them to check or uncheck the lines. In this case, we needed to check off the emails, as there was some unchecked ones.
The fix for Mac
Click the ‘Messages’ and head to ‘Preferences’. You can use the Messages menu or Command-Comma keyboard way to do this. Choose the ‘Accounts’ tab. It’s at the top. Do the same things we did with iPhone. Check all the phone numbers and email addresses.
Restart the Messages application after doing all the things we described above on your Mac. Go to iPhone’s ‘Settings’ and turn iMessage off. Turn it on after a few seconds. The changes will apply.
If everything goes well, continue iMessage conversations via all Apple Devices. If now, do the things we described in this article once more. Make sure you haven’t missed some important part.
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