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#1
Does anyone know if there is an application from Apple (yet) that allows you to set up an auto-reply for received text messages?

Please...no debating operating systems - just looking for specific info, thanks. Big Grin
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#2
To my knowledge this is not possible unless maybe if you jailbreak your phone. Apple does not allow other apps to receive text messages so you are completely limited to the message app's settling.
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#3
I've asked my iPhone user friends, and one says it would require a script so no, but I haven't had an response from the others yet.
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#4
This app

You will need to jailbreak your iphone to be able to do these kinds of things. This app seems to do just what you're asking for though.

I dunno if youve ever jailbroken an iphone but afterwards there is a new app called cyndia. It's kind of a second app store. You will find the auto-responder app there.
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#5
You should totally get a Blackberry. I mean, iPhone....REALLY???? *looks away in disgust*

:p Sorry, couldn't help myself. Big Grin


What do you want this auto-reply to say...."Go fuck yourself" perhaps?
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#6
^^ LOL. Big Grin

So unless they come up with something once the new iPhone is out, I guess I'm shit out of luck.
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#7
You will always have to jailbreak your iphone so you can use those kinds of apps. They don't allow those kind of apps in their app store. Jailbreaking isn't really that hard or dangerous. There are good guides online for doing it.
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#8
(09-11-2014, 08:47 AM)kamya Wrote: You will always have to jailbreak your iphone so you can use those kinds of apps. They don't allow those kind of apps in their app store. Jailbreaking isn't really that hard or dangerous. There are good guides online for doing it.

Doesn't that void the warranty on the phone though?
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^^^Yes.
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#10
Kinda but not really. You can make a backup in itunes and use that to restore your phone and revert the changes if you need to take the phone in for something.
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