Text Messages Are Green

  1. Text Messages Are Green Not Blue
  2. Text Messages Are Green On Iphone Now
  3. Imessage Turned Green
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Before doing anything: Quit the Messages app (Double press your home button and swipe up on the Messages app).; Go to Settings Messages and Turn OFF and then back ON your iMessage option.; Now open back Message and try to send a message to your friend 's iPhone, but make sure to use the button at the Top-Left corner to find your friend and start the conversation, don't just open.

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Text Messages Are Green Not Blue

Text Messages Are Green

Green=SMS/MMS, your carrier's messaging service

Grey is just the color of incoming texts.

When you send to someone else who is also using iMessage, as long as there is a good network connection (Wi-Fi or cellular), it should send as a blue message. That means it's passing through Apple's messaging server instead of your carrier's. You can also send/receive messages with iPads and iPods if they use iMessage.

Text Messages Are Green On Iphone Now

However, if for some reason iMessage is not available, the phone will try to send as a regular SMS/MMS message, which will be green. This will also happen if you send a text to a non-Apple device, like an Android or Windows phone.

Imessage Turned Green

Nov 3, 2013 2:58 AM