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Can I get messages for multiple devices through the Verizon messages app?
Joey66
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How do I add a device? So I can receive messages on my droid from my iPhone, both r verizon

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Snn5
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You can only have one number attached to receive messages from.  In other words, you have a phone with a number that can relay messages to other non-phone devices.  You cannot send messages from one phone to another in this synced manner.

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Snn5
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You can only have one number attached to receive messages from.  In other words, you have a phone with a number that can relay messages to other non-phone devices.  You cannot send messages from one phone to another in this synced manner.

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Joey66

Verizon Messages is a great way to sync your text messaging across a smartphone, tablet and PC. At this time, a smartphone cannot sync to another smartphone.

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Joey66
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Any suggestions on how to avoid carrying two phones?

Joe

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Snn5
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If you have 2 phones and need 2 numbers I cannot think of another way not to carry 2 phones.  Using a google voice number can ring the 2 phones at the same time, but that would require you signing up for Google Voice and giving that number out to people.

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HI Joey66

I think you can add numbers to your iPhone if you are using iMessages the iPhone native app.  However, I don't know if one of the devices can be an Android, or if that would even matter.  I don't have an iPhone so have not tested it. But, if you want to eliminate carrying 2 phones, that could be a solution worth looking into.

Good luck!

ALIEM

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