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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

IMessage Sending messages from Windows (jailbreak)

Simply put, you can send iMessages and SMS messages from the messages application that is included in the Mac itself, but Windows users do not have this utility, so an alternative would be to use a new desktop client called Remote Messages Client.

A few years ago a group of developers of iOS has released a jailbreak tweak called Remote Messages, which lets you configure a server connection to your local area network and transmit all text conversations from your iPhone through a web browser on any computer .

Constructed from this project, another software developer has created a client application for Windows that can be associated with remote message jailbreak tweak without saturating your web browser tabs.

When you want to configure the application, you can click the button shaped configuration having a gear tooth, and you can set various options such as:

  •     Use the Enter key to send messages
  •     Replace text with Emoji
  •     Show the SMS character count
  •     Save draft messages unfinished
  •     Show all timestamps
  •     Open the application in the conversation more recently
  •     Closing the conversation after being idle for 5 minutes 

All these great features are very easy to use, but you have to log on to the message server before it can be used.

If you've ever used before web-based client, you will be familiar with the Windows client as essentially the same.

After downloading a remote client messages from the developer page for $ 0.99, install it and then run it , you will be asked to sign in with your server port and IP address. After you enter them, you will be asked to sign in with your username and password.

If you're not sure where to get this information, go to your jailbroken iPhone with Remote Messages tweak installed and go to Settings -> Remote messages. Here, you'll find the information you need:

The information server port and IP address is highlighted in orange above, but the user name and password (just below it) are only necessary if you have the option of using authentication enabled.

Once you've logged in you, you can immediately begin to enjoy that experience iMessage and SMS from your PC with Windows and not Mac or need to use a web browser to do so.

Messages Remote is available in Cydia for iOS 7, iOS iOS 8 and 9 only $ 2.99 from the BigBoss repository, but the client for Windows Remote Client Messages is a separate purchase and costs $ 0.99.

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