1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 24, 2014 8:56 AM by sheila_m.
scottwpalmer Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

I have my iPad and iPhone turned on. Both are wifi enabled, signed in with my apple ID and are marked to receive / send iMessages. The settings for how I can be reached are also identical. I have 4GB of space on my iPhone and much more on my iPad.

 

For the past few months I've been recieving images on my iPad consistently and sporadically on my iPhone. The past few weeks I have only been receiving images on my iPad.

 

Any ideas?


iPhone 5, iOS 7.1
  • sheila_m. Community Specialists Community Specialists (3,265 points)

    Hello Scott,

     

    Thank you for the details of the issue you are experiencing with iMessage.  You have taken some really good steps to isolate and troubleshoot this issue.  I recommend continuing with the following steps for the issue you described (you can skip the steps you have already tried):

     

    To resolve issues with sending and receiving iMessages, follow these steps first

    1. Check iMessage system status for current service issues.
    2. Go to Settings > Messages > Send & Receive and make sure that you have registered iMessage with your phone number or Apple ID and that you have selected iMessage for use. Learn more abouttroubleshooting iMessage registration if the phone number or Apple ID isn't available for use.
    3. Open Safari and navigate to www.apple.com to verify data connectivity. Learn more about troubleshootingcellular data or a Wi-Fi connection if a data connection isn't available.
    4. iMessage over cellular data might not be available while on a call. Only 3G and faster GSM networks support simultaneous data and voice calls. Learn more about which network your phone supports. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi and turn Wi-Fi on to use iMessage while on a call if your network doesn't support simultaneous data and voice calls.
    5. Restart your device.
    6. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings on your iPhone.

    If you are still unable to send or receive an iMessage, follow these steps

    1. Make sure that the contact trying to message you isn't blocked in Settings > Messages > Blocked.
    2. Verify that the contact you are attempting to send a message to is registered with iMessage.
    3. If the issue occurs with a specific contact or contacts, back up orforward important messages and delete your current messaging threads with the contact. Create a new message to the contact and try again.
    4. If the issue occurs with a specific contact or contacts, delete and re-create the contact in the Contacts application. Create a new message to the newly created contact and try again.
    5. Back up and restore your device as new.

     

    iOS: Troubleshooting Messages

    http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2755

     

    Thank you for using Apple Support Communities.

     

    Best,

    Sheila M.