Discussion in 'General Help' started by jaymonkey, Sep 30, 2013.
What do you mean when you say 'authorizing Itunes'?
You need to authorize iTunes to play content purchased with your apple account.
I noticed when I did not have iTunes authorized iMessage was not working for me. Under account in iTunes there is the option to authorize.
I suffer the same problem. I have tried many time and always comes with a validation code for me to call apple. At this point I suspect may be apple has put an IP block on my account. I am going to try again with a different IP address.
I have a strange issue. I was able to log into iMessage and FaceTime by getting my ethernet as eth0. I can send/receive both texts and iMessage, however I can only receive texts. iMessage receiving is not working. Has anyone encountered this issue before? Furthermore, my iMessage history does not sync. It's possible these two issues are related.
Have you tried logging out of everything including your on your phone and then logging back in?
My hack work well except message and FaceTime.I don't know why because I have done all I read in the guide
Thanks for help
Imessage will work.Use APFS for System Partition.
Rest all is same Procedure as explained in Post.
Yes I have tried all of that. I've tried clearing caches and gone into Apple website to unlink the devices and relink. Still the same issue. My MacBook is working great with the service. Just appears that the Customac is having issues. To further update the problem, it does not appear to stay in sync. After several days of not logging into the Customac, messages do not sync.
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